Sometimes wishes do come true. That’s what happened Monday for 7-year-old Jeremiah Parker who longs to be a firefighter. “You are now an honorary firefighter, my brother,” Kingsland Fire Chief Terry Smith proclaimed at the Kingsland City Council meeting.
Government leaders invited citizens on Wednesday, March 23, to sharpen their pencils and join a work session to develop some goals and strategies for local economic development.
There were no names or faces, just red and blue pinwheels to signify the 127 children who were in the protective care of the Camden County’s juvenile court system last year.
Dink NeSmith, president of the Tribune & Georgian’s parent company, Community Newspapers Inc., will be the keynote speaker for the Quarterly Chamber Luncheon on Thursday, April 7.
A Kingsland woman has been charged with 16 felonies for allegedly writing fake title loans.
Just as the St. Marys Submarine Museum has packed a lot of history between its four walls, the riverfront landmark has many stories to tell from its 20 years of existence.
The legal defense team of Dr. Noel Chua scored a victory this week in its quest to gain access to a document held by the Camden County District Attorney’s Office.
As the time to make a decision approaches, St. Marys City Council voted Monday to hire an attorney who specializes in land use to review the mill site rezoning documents.
It seems like all eyes are on the St. Marys River these days.
A request to rezone the former paper mill site as planned development industrial gained approval with conditions from the St. Marys Planning Commission Monday.