The Effingham County Sheriff's Office Traffic Enforcement Unit will host two more Georgia Teens Ride with Pride courses on Jan. 18 at the Effingham County Courthouse. The first class will be from 9-11 a.m. with the second from 1-3 p.m.
When Highway 119 was built in the late 1950s, more traffic came to Clyo. The Tuckasee King Landing and other private ramps were used by fishermen all along the river. Hartridge Reiser and wife Arleta Arden Reiser built two cabins near the new bridge that they rented to fishermen. They had some fishing boats at their landing their customers could use.
January 09, 2014|
By Susan Exley
|Echoes of Effingham
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced Tuesday it will expand its aircraft service and support organization by adding a new worldwide product support distribution center located in the NorthPort Industrial Park near the Interstate 95 and Georgia Highway 21 interchange in Savannah.
To kick off 2014, Kathleen Sebelius is reportedly papering the country with op-eds about the wonders of the "Affordable" Care Act. But her PR campaign aside, things will continue to deteriorate for Obamacare in 2014. Here are 10 ways it'll happen:
STATESBORO - Former Georgia Southern head football coach Jeff Monken and his family met Friday in Statesboro with GSU friends and supporters for an emotional reception, before Monken left Sunday for West Point, N.Y., to take over as the head coach at Army.
Armstrong Atlantic State University's latest Coastal Empire Economic Monitor reports the Savannah-area economy expanded significantly during the third quarter of 2013 and should continue to experience growth in the first half of 2014.
Statesboro City Council members will hold a public hearing Tuesday morning to hear evidence as to whether the alcohol license issued to Karen Pittman Brown for the operation of Primetime Lounge, 608C Northside Drive W., should be suspended or revoked.
ATLANTA - With historic low temperatures expected for across the state over the next few days, Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens wants to remind Georgians that if their homes are damaged by the extreme cold, they may get financial relief through their homeowners policies.