Qualifying will begin on Monday, July 29, for District 1, Seats 1 and 3 and District 2, Seat 5, on Metter City Council.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division announced today that its Product Development Resource team will visit the City of Metter July 9-11, 2019.
The Swainsboro Police Department says the curfew, within the city limits, is effective immediately.
The Swainsboro Police Department says the curfew, within the city limits, is effective immediately. It will remain in effect indefinitely.
Rickey Phillips has announced he will seek the office of Hazlehurst Ward 4 City Council in the upcoming November election.
Claxton City Council approved a balanced budget for FY 2020 with an operating budget just over $5.4 million.
Claxton officials didn’t have to look far for their new fire chief, tapping interim chief Jason Stone to fill the position.
According to Chief of Police James Godfrey, the following are highlights of incidents handled by officers of the Baxley Police Department in the past few weeks.
The City of Metter signed a Memorandum of Understandings and lease agreement with Better Fresh Farms LLC on Tuesday, May 14, bringing Better Fresh Farms, its $2 million investment and 20 new jobs to Metter.
With over 85 years in city administration under their belts, City of Baxley employees Reba Cash, Lynn White, and Jessica McClellan were honored at last week’s council meeting.