Ellis Davis has been a Republican most of his life but he’s never voted. He’s ready though. He’s researched the issues and the candidates, picked a party, learned the process. He’s just too young.
If the legacy of the Thiokol disaster belongs to anyone, it is the surviving spouses, children and parents who had loved ones ripped from their lives on that day in 1971.
County commissioners won’t hear appeals filed against a variance to split a parcel on Cumberland Island this month as planned.
A Kingsland man has been sentenced to more than a decade in jail for harming a toddler.
With pending bills in both the House and Senate, Georgia lawmakers started the 2017 legislative session by discussing the Georgia Space Flight Act, which supporters say is critical to establi
A Folkston man was charged with murder this afternoon after a woman was found dead in a Kingsland hotel early this morning.
Charlie Smith is retiring from public life and he might just mean it this time.
GriefShare isn’t one thing. It’s many things. It’s laughter. It’s tears. It’s memories. It’s anger. And it’s people supporting one another after the loss of a loved one.
Camden County was represented last weekend at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., as well as some of its sister marches, like the one in Fernandina Beach, Fla.
It wasn’t the birthday that Cristle Bray had envisioned, having just survived a tornado at her home the night before.