A settlement agreement has been reached in a federal lawsuit alleging that Lighthorse Healthcare and its founder and then executive director Carlene Taylor submitted false claims for reimbursement
It was just a drill, but "this could happen," said St. Marys Police Chief Tim Hatch to a room full of police officers and hospital personnel.
A county official’s fire chief certification was rescinded last summer after a former employee of Camden County Fire Rescue complained that its director had overstated his experience and training w
A Woodbine man has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in a car accident that killed two Folkston women in March 2017.
A Woodbine man has been charged with child molestation for allegedly groping a young girl when she was walking home from the store.
With the fire chief on one side and a “small vocal group” of firefighters on the other, a recently released study hopes to answer some of the organizational and maintenance questions that have plag
Travelers Inn, a hotel located near Interstate 95 in Kingsland, was forced to close on Tuesday, displacing dozens of people who had been living there.
In the wake of flooding brought by Hurricane Irma, Kingsland officials are continuing work to obtain federal grants to help improve the city’s flood resilience.
Camden County is preparing to apply for a federal grant to repair a bridge near Woodbine that failed during Hurricane Irma.
Camden officials have long advocated for a free-standing technical college in the county — and that hope is once again creeping toward reality.