Rincon could have a new city manager on the job as soon as Monday.
Work on the Effingham County Chamber of Commerce's Gateways project is expected to begin in earnest this fall, after the state gave approval a long-awaited grant.
Rincon City Council could hire a new city manager within the next two weeks after narrowing its choices down to two candidates.
It's more than just location, location, location that the owners of Grande View believe will make their property attractive - but it doesn't hurt, either.
Effingham County commissioners have sent a letter to Guyton Mayor Michael Garvin, expressing their desire to work with the city on wastewater treatment issues.
Effingham County firefighters put out a fire that damaged a home in Eden on Wednesday.
Rincon City Council has named two finalists, Robert Anderson and Michael Phillips, for its vacant city manager position.
Effingham County could be home to a major recreation complex, if the Effingham Industrial Development Authority's plans come to fruition.
Effingham County commissioners and development authority members are in agreement that the newly-formed transportation committee is the right path to take.
Rates for Effingham County water users may be heading up.
Farmers and agricultural landowners have until June 1 to sign up for the 2009 Direct and Counter-cyclical Payment program (DCP). Agricultural producers and landowners located in Effingham, Bryan and Chatham counties should contact the local Farm Service Agency Office at 203 S. Laurel St. in Springfield on the second floor of the First Effingham Bank Building. The phone number is 754-6664, option 2.
The city of Rincon is giving businesses a break - but not a long one - to get their licenses renewed.
The Springfield City Council has approved a new nuisance abatement ordinance.
Guyton's plans to buy a new fire truck for its fire department are on hold.
Rincon City Council hopes to close in on a new city manager soon, Mayor Ken Lee said Monday.
STATESBORO - U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue, making a campaign stop at Locos Grill and Pub in Statesboro on the cusp of the primary runoff, told reporters that the other Republican in the race, U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, spends money like a liberal Democrat.