As the nation prepares to observe the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a 2006 Camden County High School graduate and St. Marys native is serving in the U.S.
The 34th annual Kingsland Catfish Festival has been re-scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19, after being canceled last week as Tropical Storm Hermine swept through Camden County.
The 1960 football team at Ralph J. Bunche High School didn’t have the fancy uniforms, high-tech weight room and stadium-style field of today’s Camden County Wildcats, but that didn’t matter to the Hornets. With barely enough second-hand uniforms to outfit the team, they danced off with the Class A state football championship that year — in spite of their lack of resources.
UPDATE: Due to the anticipated effects of Hurricane Hermine, the Kingsland Catfish Festival planned for Saturday, Sept. 3 has been CANCELED.
Two St. Marys men are facing felony charges after allegedly robbing the Green Cedar convenience store on Dilworth Street in St. Marys.
A Camden County man wanted in the April 25 shooting death of a St. Marys woman has been apprehended in Indiana.
Some people say “happy birthday” with a greeting card. Others say it with a Facebook post. A few might belt it out in a festive rendition of the song.
A mobile kitchen donated to The Salvation Army is finding a new life in Camden County as a way to fight hunger locally.
A Georgia House of Representatives subcommittee listened to testimony from members of the commercial space industry on Tuesday in the first of two meetings.
Habitat for Humanity of Camden County and several local volunteers are spearheading the collection and delivery of storm relief supplies to those who were affected by the recent 1,000-year st