Three months ahead of schedule, Georgia Power, U.S. Navy, state and local leaders gathered Monday to officially open a 254-acre solar generation facility on Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base.
Georgia state representatives and senators wrestled with the fine details of what a commercial spaceport would mean for coastal Georgia at a subcommittee meeting in Kingsland on Tuesday.
Kingsland City Council passed its fiscal year 2017 budget in a split vote Monday, giving a tax break to residents, moving a new vehicle purchase from administrative staff to the fire chief and crea
A Kingsland woman was arrested Sept. 6 on felony charges for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old boy.
Many in Camden County were left heartbroken this week by the news of a fatal hit-and-run accident on the St. Simons Island causeway. Susan “Suze” Kilner, 35, was riding her bicycle west in the breakdown lane of the MacKay River Bridge at about 12:45 p.m. Sunday when a driver veered from the traffic lane and struck her.
Camden County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved on Tuesday a 1-mill increase in the county’s property tax millage for 2016, bringing the total millage rate to 13.94.
Several members of a Georgia House of Representatives subcommittee will travel to Kingsland next week to tour the site of a proposed commercial spaceport and hear comments from local stakehol
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.