Springfield Building and Zoning Inspector Wendell Arnsdorff addressed concerns with the city council about issuing building permits in the historic areas of Springfield.
Two out-of-town residents were involved in an accident on Highway 21 in Rincon on Wednesday afternoon.
Midshipman Christopher A. Perry, son of Marine Lt. Col. Curtis (Ret.) and Claudine Perry of Rincon, graduated from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., in late May.
Army National Guard Pfc. Mark E. Hodges has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning.
The United Way facility in Rincon is about to undergo some major renovations now that they no longer have to share the building with the YMCA.
The Springfield City Council approved an agreement with EMC Engineering to work on permitting for the land application site.
Effingham County officials and the Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center seem to have a difference of opinion on developments of regional impact submissions.
Effingham Sunrise Rotary President Ace Herring thanks Ed Cadle for speaking during their weekly meeting. Cadle is the director of Mission on the Move, which is a non-denominational non-profit organization that ministers to the needs of people in need in Mexico and Central America.
Copies of the Effingham Herald Thursday will seem a little heavier than normal.
The Springfield City Council appointed Jeff Ambrose to fill the remainder of Ron Boatright's term Tuesday.
For the first time in several years the city of Guyton will have two candidates running for mayor. Incumbent Michael Garvin has decided to run again and resident Fred Griffin will run as well.
The city of Rincon will send out requests for trash removal bids in the coming weeks to secure the best service at the best price for residents.
Marna Lewin of Hospice of Savannah presented the benefits of Hospice care to the Rotarians. She also explained how this non-profit organization is successfully serving the five county metro area of Savannah.
The Effingham County commissioners will hold a public hearing on the proposed Palmetto Pipeline project March 31 from 5-7 p.m. at the New Ebenezer Retreat Center.
Effingham County Farm Bureau members traveled to Atlanta recently to participate in Georgia Farm Bureau Day at the Capitol.
The Effingham Parkway is still a few years away from construction, but the interest in the road isn't stuck in neutral.
Rincon City Council members met the police department's newest member - but didn't offer any treats.
Guyton's new police chief isn't a newcomer to the city's streets.
Work on improvements for the I-95/Highway 21 interchange could happen before the end of the year, state transportation board member Ann Purcell said Thursday.
By a split decision, Effingham County commissioners decided to start reducing the number of members on the county recreation board.
A proposed pipeline that would cross through Effingham County drew vocal opposition last Wednesday evening.
The Effingham County Fire and Rescue Department is expected to add another station in the next few months.
Contractors for the state Department of Transportation, in conjunction with a $5.3 million concrete rehabilitation project on I-16 from exit 152 to exit 162, will be installing temporary lane closures on the eastbound lanes. Closures will begin Friday and will last daily from 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
There could be a wide range of activities taking place on a vast tract of land in southern Effingham County.
Plans for the proposed Effingham Parkway will be on the drawing boards for people to see at a public information open house next month.
The permit for a Screven County textiles plant that was the source of a massive fish kill is the most stringent in the state, Environmental Protection Division director Jud Turner said.
As state lawmakers weigh a change in the sales tax system to fund transportation initiatives, cities and counties are starting to line up against it.
The Springfield Police Department could be the next local law enforcement unit to add license plate scanners.