Former 4-H assistant Robert Castleberry received a settlement payment of $100,000 from Camden County this month in exchange for dismissing the civil lawsuit he filed in U.S.
An alert employee helped Camden law enforcement officers catch a Canadian couple who allegedly tried to make 45 transactions using 21 different accounts at a local ATM, according to the incident re
The saying goes that if you put something good out into the world, something good will come back to you — and sometimes it does in a big way.
Ed Copps had a closer view of the Apollo space program than most people, but a singular image still captures his imagination today.
In the wake of four resignations in May, the five new and continuing members of the St. Marys Hospital Authority have been working to unravel what the past authority did or planned to do.
It was less than a minute but that minute meant a soon-to-be Camden graduate walked across the stage with a knotted necktie because a school resource officer put his own work aside to help him.
The Camden Partnership and other officials are preparing to welcome Sen. David Perdue as the guest speaker at the Community that Cares luncheon on June 28.
Camden County Board of Commissioners will host the first of two budget hearings tonight as officials consider a property tax increase of 1.634 mills.
St. Marys City Council formalized its decision to ban balloon releases in the city with an ordinance change last week.
Camden County commissioners agreed at a work session Monday that a property tax increase for the coming fiscal year was unavoidable, but they were split on how much of an increase they wanted to im