This summer Jennifer Williams is finally living — at least on TV — the dream she found in 2010 when the first episode of “MasterChef” aired in the U.S.
Local governments appear to be nearing an agreement on how to jointly fund a military liaison position that would connect the community with military leadership and advocate for missions at Kings B
Volunteers could play a bigger role in revitalizing the old Weed Street treatment plant in downtown St. Marys if council accepts a resident’s offer to help.
A recent Camden school board decision means the high school will no longer have a valedictorian and salutatorian by the class of 2021.
The Georgia Attorney General filed a civil case in U.S. District Court late last week against Lighthorse Healthcare Inc.
Two deputies were treated at Southeast Georgia Health System, Camden Campus, on June 25 while trying to control a combative inmate at the county jail.
A misdemeanor domestic violence charge against Camden County Commissioner Gary Blount was dismissed earlier this month after witnesses in the case did not show up for a preliminary hearing.
A delay in approving the federal budget has trickled down to the St. Marys Airport.
The 49th annual Independence Day Festival in downtown St. Marys is an event packed with runs, a parade, music, entertainment, vendor displays, food and fireworks.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp told local Republicans that he was elected to ensure the integrity of Georgia’s election system and that’s not a duty he wants to abdicate to the federal gover