There is something rotten about the plan the Environmental Protection Agency and Hercules have hashed out to fix the Terry Creek Superfund site. The plan stinks so much that city and county commissioners, and our local state delegation — bodies that do not always see eye-to-eye on what’s bes…
Members of the St. Simons Island Sea Turtle Project made an unfortunate discovery last week. Nest No. 7, one of the eight located on St. Simon…
When you think about September and October, your thoughts probably go toward football, leaves changing or the cooler weather that will eventua…
On Monday, a Brunswick High student armed — thankfully — only with a cellphone caused a bit of chaos at the school.
The issue of development on St. Simons Island is a complicated conundrum that requires balancing the rights of property owners and developers …
Put out the call, and Glynn County will respond. It is a fact we have witnessed time and time again.
Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest of differences.
Politicians and the news media have not always had a storybook romance. Often, in fact, the two find themselves in a unique sort of give and t…
We have said it before and we will say it again — the annual PTA Bowl is a unique and meaningful event that we hope continues to promote paren…
Glynn County commissioners have plenty to consider about the future of traffic on St. Simons Island.
Glynn County and Brunswick city commissioners do not always agree, but in the case of contamination in Terry Creek put there by a past industr…
The generosity of people in Brunswick never ceases to impress us.
- Hurricane evacuee gives birth in hospital parking lot
- First Baptist Church celebrates old, new through renovation
- County officials considering regulations for golf carts on major roads
- Wildcats shut out Brunswick
- Landowners irked by city planning proposal
- Florence, still Carolina bound, could bring tropical storm winds to Isles
- Cops: BHS student arrested for shooting threats
- Local doctor offers revolutionary weight-loss product
- William A. Skipper
- Big crowds flock to Jekyll Island for Shrimp & Grits