Rincon City Council hopes to close in on a new city manager soon, Mayor Ken Lee said Monday.
A landmark year for the descendants of Effingham County's first European settlers is under way.
Rincon City Attorney Raymond Dickey is dismissive about former police chief Michael Berry's complaint against the city.
The State Set-Aside has awarded Effingham $9,914 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the area.
Any Effingham County taxpayer who disagrees with the current value of their property has the opportunity to file a property tax return between Jan. 1 and April 1 with the Effingham County Board of Tax Assessors. There is no requirement to file a return every year.
The massive structure that will ultimately house Effingham County's newest industry is going up at a rapid pace - and will be open by the end of the year.
Guyton City Council is looking for a better deal than its current loan with the state for its widely-debated wastewater treatment plant.
Rincon City Council members voted to deny the reinstatement of a veteran police officer fired last month.
Firefighters from three departments battled a blaze Wednesday afternoon that threatened a north Effingham County home.
A year ago, Effingham County commissioners opted to start reducing the amount of money the county provided to outside agencies. Last Tuesday, they reaffirmed their stance with a 5-1 vote.
Thousands of workers at one of the Coastal Empire's biggest employers could be idled for a long time.
The members of Alpha Battery got a final warm embrace from the community on a chilly morning.
Effingham County Commission Chairman Dusty Zeigler, left, along with fellow commissioners Jeff Utley, Verna Phillips, Myra Lewis, Reggie Loper and Bob Brantley, presents Mose Mock, chairman of the Treutlen House board of directors, with a proclamation stating March 29 will be Treutlen House Day and April will be Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month.
The blood and gore were all part of an act, right down to the tree limb that impaled an Effingham County High School student.
The Effingham Industrial Development Authority is courting a few prospects, even in the current economic climate.
With the Department of Housing and Urban Development scheduled to visit in a few weeks, Effingham Health System leaders want to resolve an issue on how much money the hospital is owed from the county.
Rincon residents can expect to pay more for water, sewer, sanitation and fire fees.