The cloud of tension that hovered inside the Vernon C. Hinely Community Center as votes were being counted was broken by Patrick Kirkland’s beaming smile.
The Rincon City Council will have a new member come January 2020.
Their pleas didn’t fall on deaf ears because of eyes that were looking at the future.
Newcomer Patrick Kirkland ousted Paul Wendelken by 34 votes on the Rincon city council Tuesday, ending Wendelken’s 24-year run.
County Administrator Tim Callanan met with a variety of city and county officials at the County Administrative Complex to explain a single-county TSPLOST — a sales tax that can be used solely to fund transportation projects — and call for a finalized project list.
All golfers are guaranteed to dramatically improve their driving soon at Lost Plantation Golf Club.
The Rincon City Council has injected some new life into the Rincon Police Department’s “tired fleet.”
Rincon Police Chief Mark Gerbino resigned Wednesday afternoon, leaving for personal reasons and to pursue other opportunities.
Change isn’t always pretty. Sometimes it’s not even noticeable.