The landscape of downtown Brunswick has changed somewhat in recent months, but it’s not all COVID-19 related.
An amendment to the Brunswick Clean Community Ordinance will be among the few items scheduled for discussion at the Jan. 20 city commission meeting.
Cornell Harvey has seen many changes in the 17 years he has held public office in Brunswick.
The relationship between the city of Brunswick and Glynn County has been mostly a formal working one, with a few acrimonious moments in recent history.
The first Europeans set foot on Brunswick centuries ago, but it wasn’t until 1771 that Brunswick was named a city by the Provincial Council.
Hoping to get local government agencies working together, the Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce is hosting a unity breakfast between city, county and utility officials on Tuesday.
City officials effectively threw in the towel on constructing a conference center on the Oglethorpe block in downtown Brunswick on Tuesday, asking the Glynn County Commission to assist in repurposing roughly $3 million set aside in two past special-purpose local-option sales taxes for the project.
A proposed revision of the city’s clean community ordinance will be considered Wednesday by Brunswick city commissioners.
Sometime in the 1980s, downtown Brunswick hoisted Bob the Shrimp to the top of Mary Ross Park’s tower for the first Shrimp Drop. Hundreds attended to watch the homemade shrimp’s descent into a pit of red balloons, a less messy alternative to cocktail sauce.
Members of the board of the Brunswick Urban Redevelopment Authority feel they have clarity on their role in administrating the city's revolving loan fund created to help revitalize Norwich Street.