During the spring semester, Camden County High School had the most students enrolled in technical education through Georgia’s Move On When Ready (MOWR) program than any other high school in the sta
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is running for governor in 2018, will visit St. Marys on Saturday for a breakfast meeting.
Kingsland City Council has approved a development agreement for the Epic Adventures project that includes a sports complex with a technical college, RV resort, retail stores, hotels and restaurants
A St. Marys woman is one of 26 suspects charged in a statewide automobile insurance fraud ring based in Columbus.
A Jacksonville, Fla., man was on his way to jail for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol Friday, June 9, when he decided to escape in a deputy’s patrol car.
The debate over Cumberland Island’s future isn’t over yet — and won’t be decided anytime soon now that the National Park Service has asked for time to negotiate a resolution.
Eloise Massey has served as a Camden County poll worker under nine American presidents, seven Georgia secretaries of state and three Camden County probate judges.
Camden County commissioners allocated $17,000 in military advocacy funds with the $30.5 million budget they approved on Tuesday.
Camden County commissioners are expected to vote June 13 on a $30.5 million budget for the coming fiscal year, which begins on July 1.
Three former employees have brought a complaint against Lighthorse Healthcare and its founder and then executive director Carlene Taylor for allegedly submitting false claims for reimbursement to M