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.
Jan Tittle of Rincon was elected national vice president of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. at the 94th national convention of the Ladies Auxiliary held Aug. 18-23 at the Bartle Hall Convention Center in Kansas City.
As the city of Rincon welcomed its latest employee, city manager Donald Toms at Monday night's city council meeting, it says goodbye to another, longtime building and zoning inspector Cathy Hughes.
Senior citizens congregated at the United Way in Rincon on Wednesday to receive free fans as part of the organization's annual fan giveaway.
The Springfield City Council approved a water impact fee supplement to be charged for tying onto the new water line that will run down Highway 119.
It's now up to the LifeStar directors to decide if they'll make Effingham County their permanent home.
ATLANTA - With potential cooler weather in the forecast, Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens wants to remind Georgians of some heating tips to help keep their homes safe this winter.
Early voting continues through Friday for the general election, and polls will be open Tuesday from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
For the last 35 years, the Effingham County Emergency Medical Service has responded to calls for help day and night.
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety is marking National Teen Driver Safety Week by encouraging parents of teen drivers to always set the rules before their teens hit the road.
A Savannah man died after crossing the center line and causing a four-vehicle crash Thursday on Highway 21 near Highway 275, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed an executive order to create an Ebola response team, which will assess current state health and emergency management procedures and produce necessary recommendations to minimize any potential impact of the disease in Georgia.
In-person early voting for the Nov. 4 general election is under way in the state and will run through Oct. 31. Mandatory Saturday voting will be made available across Georgia on Oct. 25.
Boars. Wild hogs. Feral pigs.
The Georgia General Assembly has made it possible for eligible landowners to do good for their land while doing well for their pocketbook. Those who protect their qualifying land with a conservation easement by year-end and sell the resulting tax credits can earn as much as $500,000.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announced Tuesday bid awards on 13 new highway infrastructure improvement projects, including pavement rehabilitation projects on Interstates 16 and 20.
Effingham County commissioners have agreed to hire Toss Allen as the county administrator.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced that Georgia was awarded $6.75 million in federal grant money to support re-entry services for rehabilitated offenders. The grants were administered by the U.S. Department of Justice to the Governor's Office of Transition, Support and Re-entry (GOTSR) and the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ).