For many years, the City of St. Marys has worked toward developing the intracoastal gateway site on Ready Street, seeking input from citizens, opinions from experts and presenting conceptual drawings in 2015.
A Woodbine woman, who had been arrested in the death of her baby in a hot car, has been indicted for second-degree murder.
A Kingsland woman has been charged with five felonies for allegedly stealing more than $10,000 from Lang Seafood and Lang’s Marina after meeting with investigators from the sheriff’s office and Nat
The family of a Kingsland man who was stabbed to death in 2016 is asking the Georgia attorney general to have an impartial agency review the investigation into his death and indict the man who alle
At another charged Kingsland council meeting Monday, several community members talked about issues related to the June 20 death of Tony Green, who was shot by an on-duty city police officer, and on
The Exit 7 interchange on Interstate 95 will be dedicated in honor of those who lost their lives as a result of the Thiokol chemical plant explosion nearly 50 years ago.
The Camden County Emergency Management Agency and The Salvation Army are teaming up this week to assess "unmet needs" in the Kingsland area following the effects of Hurricane Irma almost a year ago
With little power to enforce its decision, St. Marys City Council is calling for the resignation of a hospital authority member who has a history of using profanity and condescending language in communications with other officials, according to several councilmen.
Dr. Michelle Johnston, the new president of the College of Coastal Georgia, said her welcome reception on Aug. 2 at the Camden Center pulled all of her heartstrings.