The Georgia National Guard pinned its newest general recently when Maria L. Britt was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General.
Mayor Michael Garvin will begin a full four-year term after Guyton voters overwhelmingly re-elected him Tuesday.
ATLANTA - A retired railroad engineer from Rincon has reached a lucky crossing. Larry Findley won $100,000 playing the Georgia Lottery instant game Millionaire Super 7's.
When Portuguese company EFACEC drops anchor in Effingham County soon, it could mean an overseas journey for dozens of prospective employees.
Before an overflow crowd, the newly-formed Effingham Community Orchestra did its part in recognizing the service of America's soldiers past and present.
Judge Preston Exley spoke to the Effingham Sunrise Rotary Club on Tuesday. He described the Magistrate Court's case load and answered several questions about the legal process.
ATLANTA - Signed, sealed and entregar.
A deadlock has left Effingham County commissioners at an impasse on how to proceed in restoring the old courthouse.
Brunswick – Effingham County residents, Barry Flonnory and Herb Jones attended a full day of new board member orientation on Oct. 24 at the Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center in Brunswick.
Members of the Springfield City Council discussed state Speaker of the House Glenn Richardson's "GREAT Plan" to deal with local tax issues last Tuesday.
Cell phone reception for Rincon AT&T users should be getting better soon.
Georgia-Pacific is cooperating with the investigation into the accidental death of a worker, officials said.
Incumbents Reese Browher and Paul Wendelken will keep their seats on Rincon's city council, and they will be joined by newcomer Ann Daniel.
Effingham County Industrial Development Authority Chairman Martin Wilkins is stepping down from the board.
Veterans' Day is a day that many people take off to pay homage to those that have served our country. Butch Kieffer chose to not only pay honor to those that have served, but do a little serving of his own.
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With $44 million in state Department of Transportation funding in the offing for the proposed Effingham Parkway, Effingham County is footing the tab for a ...
Rincon and state officials are working to contain a fuel spill that was reported Saturday morning.
Martha Hall has announced her candidacy for Ogeechee Circuit Superior Court judgeship.
After more than a decade at the Effingham Herald, family will be keeping Debbie Neidlinger at home.
The Georgia Department of Transportation reminds motorists that nighttime paving will take place between tonight and Thursday on Highway 21 between 4thand 7thstreets in Rincon.
The Effingham County Sheriff's Office is alerting residents that dirt road conditions in the county are deteriorating.
David Exley has announced he will seek re-election as Effingham County coroner.
Former city clerk and personnel manager Wanda Simmons has agreed to serve as Rincon's interim city manager, Mayor Ken Lee said.
Work on a proposed and hotly-debated pipeline could start by the end of the year, according to a company official.
Beth Rahn Mosley announces her bid for re-election as the Effingham County Probate Judge, a position she has held for seven years.
Superior Court Clerk Elizabeth Z. Hursey announces her intentions to qualify for re-election for the office of Clerk of Superior Court in Effingham County in ...
Though he's been a visitor to the Effingham College and Career Academy, U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter has never had the up-close look at ...
A former Rincon City Council will be seeking the open seat on the current board.
Effingham County Fire Department officials are hoping to find enough in their recent ISO review to bring in a score that will result in a ...
Effingham County commissioners have approved a change to their parking of trucks and trailers ordinance that will prohibit dumpsters from being placed on county roads.
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