Springfield's continued collaboration with the Savannah College of Art and Design could help pave the way for a historic district.
Work on new sewer lines for an area of Springfield that has been asking for help is under way - but construction is still many weeks away, according to City Manager Brett Bennett.
Three people were killed on the state's roads during the Christmas holiday travel period as of Monday afternoon, according to the Georgia Department of Public Safety.
State Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Mark Williams has announced that Georgia's food shrimp harvest season will be extended beyond Dec. 31. The extension may continue through Feb. 29, 2012 if biological and environmental conditions remain stable.
With several large projects ahead, the Rincon City Council has approved its budgets for the 2012 fiscal year.
Rincon City Council members have named Wesley Corbitt as the interim city manager.
ATLANTA-State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler announced Thursday that the preliminary unemployment rate in metro Savannah decreased to 8.4 percent in November, down six-tenths of a percentage point from 9.0 percent in October. The jobless rate in metro Savannah in November a year ago was also 9.0 percent.
Springfield's city council has approved the budget for fiscal year 2012, which begins Jan. 1.
Rincon City Council is thinking about adding to its police force - with a K-9 unit.
The Georgia Public Service Commission has clarified how eligible low income natural gas customers will receive assistance in paying their winter heating bills.
The final month of a busy year has kept the Effingham Industrial Development Authority staff hopping, IDA CEO John Henry said Thursday.
Richmond Hill lawyer Ray Smith to be the next city attorney.
Citywide recycling is coming to Springfield.
The push for new carts at the city of Rincon's golf course is in neutral for now.
Rincon is trying to get more business for its golf course.
Even before his first official day as the Effingham County Sheriff's Office's fire investigator, Dan Mealor was on the job.
ATLANTA - Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens said his office stands ready to assist Georgia residents with any claims arising from tropical storms during hurricane season, including a toll-free claims assistance line and plans to have insurance experts in the area in the event of a storm.
The state Department of Public Safety reported there were 11 fatalities on Georgia's roads during the 4th of July holiday weekend, which ran from July 3 at 6 p.m. to July 6 at midnight.
ATLANTA - It is against the law in Georgia to sell or distribute any electronic cigarette to a person who is under 18 years old. The Georgia Department of Public Health is urging caution about the use and exposure of children to electronic nicotine delivery systems, including electronic cigarettes and other emissions-producing products.
A late June fire has displaced several residents of a group home.
A fire chief is sounding the call to consolidate the various fire departments in Effingham County.
As Effingham County officials listened, they heard plenty about the proposed route for a reworked Courthouse Road Extension.
The city of Rincon is making a few changes to its alcohol ordinance.
A search that began Sunday for a missing Effingham County man continued into Monday.