The old paper mill site could be sold by the end of the second or third quarter this year, nearly a year after St.
Camden County may be joining the growing number of Georgia counties that have moved to a unified election board.
GBI is investigating two former Camden County Sheriff’s Office deputies for allegedly falsifying information related to a Feb. 1 crash triggered by a PIT maneuver.
A federal appellate judge recently upheld the decision of a U.S. District Court, affirming that the Candler family does not have a reserved right to relocate or extend a dock on Cumberland Island and the National Park Service does have the authority to deny their request to alter the dock.
The Joint Development Authority is asking the Camden County Board of Commissioners to fund a $725,000 budget for fiscal year 2017-2018, which will allow work to continue on a number of econom
The Tribune & Georgian is introducing an exciting new local digital component to its readers and advertisers with the launch of an online digital business directory, Camden Marketplace.
Musicians, storytellers and artists of all fashion will convene along the Satilla River this weekend for the annual Jazz ‘n Art event on the Woodbine Riverwalk.
“Cumberland Island is your park. You need to know that,” island superintendent Gary Ingram told the Camden Roundtable earlier this month.
More than six years later, St. Marys Police Department is still in the process of taking ownership of a house — through asset forfeiture — that was used in a marijuana growing operation.
A long-awaited park project in Woodbine is nearing completion and people are already using it.