Negotiations between the recreation authority and private athletic organizations have been productive over the last two weeks, according to the director of the Camden County Public Service Authorit
A federal judge has recommended denying motions to dismiss criminal charges in a case against seven anti-nuke activists, who allegedly broke into Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, on the grounds of r
The Camden County Public Service Authority hopes to generate an additional $174,815 in revenue for the next fiscal year by increasing membership rates and user fees.
Through the eyes of retired educator Rachel Baldwin, it is hard to understate the importance of the groundbreaking of the Coastal Pines Technical College last Thursday in Kingsland.
A spokesperson for the Georgia Department of Transportation said the closure of an entrance ramp to Interstate 95 at Exit 1 was due to a local request, but could not specify which city or county ag
After contract negotiations broke down between a gymnastics coach and the local recreation authority, dozens of concerned young athletes and their parents showed up at a board meeting last Thursday
A dispute between siblings over land rights in White Oak led to both siblings being arrested for the unusual charge of “maintaining a disorderly house” for calling 911 multiple times and disturbing
A wrongful death suit, brought on behalf of Tony Green’s child, has been filed against the City of Kingsland and the former police officer who shot and killed Green after an altercation on June 20,
The 34th annual Woodbine Crawfish Festival puts the mud bug front and center Friday night and all day Saturday, April 27, with crawfish dinners and étouffée.
A Waverly parent has been charged with two felony counts of cruelty to children after allegedly leaving two young children home alone for several hours with little food.