Michael Muldrew, currently chief assistant district attorney in the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit, will become the circuit's newest Superior Court judge in January, after outpolling Martha Hall in Tuesday's runoff.
July 27, 2016|
By Al Hackle
Effingham County commissioners passed a proclamation honoring Ansleigh Giordano, who finished first in the Pitch, Hit and Run sectionals and was third in her age group at the Major League Baseball team championship at Turner Field on June 11.
The Fetzer family story continues this week. Last week's information was previously published by Mary Dasher Douglass. Today's information was shared with her family by Ida Evelina Dasher Rush, who was a descendant of George Washington Fetzer's daughter Evelina Salome Fetzer Dasher, who married Zeno James Dasher.
July 27, 2016|
By Susan Exley
|Echoes of Effingham
The maker of those orange barrels and cones used in highway construction should be enjoying a boom in business as around $3 billion in transportation funding will be spent around the state in the combined fiscal year 2016 and FY17 budgets.
I don't have a bucket list, but if I did I would be hard-pressed to find room to add anything else. There is not much I have wanted to do that I haven't done from shooting the breeze with the president in the Oval Office to seeing the sun rise in the Scottish Highlands to being embedded with the brave men and women of Georgia's 48th Brigade Combat Team in Iraq.
You may be quite willing to plan an investment strategy for your retirement years. After all, it can be enjoyable to think about traveling the world, pursuing your hobbies or participating in any of the activities you've associated with an active retirement.
The media hype surrounding the political parties' national conventions spotlights the enormous discord created by personalities and politics as the presidential election approaches. Getting short shrift amid slogans and the scramble for dollars and votes are the policy proposals that will affect the lives of Americans - and Georgians - long after Nov. 8.
Q: Our son is a rising second-grader at a private school. Last year, his behavior was often disruptive and sometimes even downright defiant - problems his first grade teacher did not have with him. At home, we have no more than typical "boyishness"- nothing approaching serious.
It would be, I decided, a nice gesture of Southern thoughtfulness if I made a dish of my famous macaroni and cheese. I call it "famous" because it Duke's mayonnaise once put the recipe on its label along with my name and my Aunt Ozelle's from whom I stole it.