The school board approved a plan this week for students and staff to make up for the six-day closure caused by Hurricane Irma.
With the park service dock destroyed, St. Marys officials and National Park Service staff are working to re-establish ferry service to Cumberland Island National Seashore in the coming weeks.
Back for the 45th year, St. Marys Kiwanians are putting on the annual Rock Shrimp Festival Saturday, Oct. 7, in downtown St. Marys.
A local youth baseball coach was arrested last week for having obscene Internet contact with a 14-year-old girl that he apparently hoped to adopt.
Kingsland residents will be paying more this year in property taxes after council voted 3-1 on Monday to raise the tax rate to 8.5 mills.
Using a five-gallon bucket, Tex Gill bailed backed up, raw sewage out of his bathtubs for hours, running outside to empty the bucket and dashing back inside, trying to stop the muck from overflowin
In the third week after Hurricane Irma, recovery efforts continue with the opening of a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center on Friday, Sept. 22, in Kingsland.
Kingsland City Council candidates for posts 1 and 2 will answer questions and share their views at a candidate forum on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
After qualifying at the end of August to run for Kingsland City Council, J.C. Arnett had second thoughts.
The wheels of government can sometimes turn slowly, even during times of crisis when people need help.