A pipe under Little Catfish Creek ruptured recently, spilling 100,000 gallons of sanitary sewer overflow into the waterway near Clarks Bluff Road.
Rustapalooza Vintage Markets is returning to downtown St. Marys for the second year in a row for an expanded show on March 10 and March 11 after an overwhelming response last year.
U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter hosted a town hall meeting in Camden Feb. 23, one of several he attended while lawmakers returned home from Washington, D.C., on recess.
A temporary special use permit for a barge operation on the old mill site is headed to St. Marys City Council for a vote after the city planning commission approved the permit Tuesday.
While Camden County still has its share of economic development challenges, two local mayors say the level of cooperation among the government has put the community in better a position to be
Area residents looked back with laughter and tears this week in remembrance of Randy Horn, a longtime radio personality in Camden County, who succumbed to a heart condition last Friday.
St. Marys City Council could have a chance to see how rezoning the mill site as industrial and adding 27 conditions that restrict operations works in real time before a proposed industrial and logistics center is built there.
A recent study confirms what many people already believed about Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base — it is not just one of the biggest economic engines for Camden but also for the south Georgia r
The St. Marys Airport is closing July 14 after years of hearing from Navy leaders citing safety and security threats and efforts by city officials to relocate the facility.
Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who robbed the Bank of America Thursday in St. Marys. They’re also looking for a woman who was later seen with him in a car.