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Frederica boys lose heartbreaker in soccer state title game

Frederica Academy scratched and clawed for every inch at Mercer’s Betts Stadium for the second straight day. Read more

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Golden Ray cutting operations on hold after fire

Cutting operations are on hold as engineers moved in Saturday to make a post-fire assessment of the shipwrecked Golden Ray, the remains whi… Read more

Health system offering Pfizer vaccine to everyone 12 and older

Starting this week, Southeast Georgia Health System will be offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for anyone 12 years old and older at its B… Read more

COLUMN/PERSPECTIVE: Pipeline attack leads to gas shortage, unruly behavior

What a week. With the Colonial Pipeline shut down by ransomware, motorists formed long and unruly lines at gas stations to fill up their ta… Read more

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Golden Ray cutting operations on hold after fire

Cutting operations are on hold as engineers moved in Saturday to make a post-fire assessment of the shipwrecked Golden Ray, the remains whi… Read more

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BOMBS AND BIRDIES: Big week ahead for prep and college golf teams as they play for possible titles

It’s officially title week as both the high school and local college compete for either a state or national championship this week. Read more

Pirates and Terrors wrap up at GHSA state track meet

Brunswick High and Glynn Academy’s track teams competed Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the GHSA Class 6A Track and Field State Championsh… Read more

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Frederica boys lose heartbreaker in soccer state title game

Frederica Academy scratched and clawed for every inch at Mercer’s Betts Stadium for the second straight day. Read more

Life

Sparrow's Nest in need of soup, chili

Sparrow’s Nest Food Pantry is in need of soup and chili this week. Read more

Opinion

Government spending tough to corral once started

“No government,” Ronald Reagan once observed, “ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear… Read more

Is COVID-19 relief encouraging people not to work?

“Experts” predicted 1 million jobs would be created in April. The actual number fell far short, at 266,000. Republicans warned that overly … Read more

Help out sea turtles this summer by paying attention

Thanks to the abundance of available COVID-19 vaccines and loosening restrictions when it comes to the pandemic, we can expect to see a lot… Read more

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