Springfield is hoping to cut down on the number of false alarms its emergency services have to answer.
Springfield City Council members are scheduled to vote at a special called meeting Friday morning on final approval of a new slate of fire fees.
Work could begin on the new jail and sheriff's office complex, after Effingham County commissioners approved a change order.
ATLANTA - Georgia's annual holiday campaign of Operation Zero Tolerance begins Friday and will last through New Year's Day.
One of the state's foremost conservatives said fellow conservatives need to think about who they talk to - and how they get their message across.
Sewer fees for city of Springfield customers also appear to be on the rise.
Fire fees in Springfield could be on the rise after city council members agreed to a new set of rates.
Last year, the Lost Plantation community helped one of its own, cancer patient Ashley Toler, through the proceeds from its first Light the Night Golf Cart Parade.
Local fire departments will have a little more money at their disposal, thanks to Georgia-Pacific's Savannah River Mill.
Again this year, the Exchange Club of Effingham County will make the holidays brighter for many local families in need through its Empty Stocking Fund campaign.
Contractors for the Georgia Department of Transportation have scheduled a temporary road closure on West 9th Street between Highway 21 and N. Carolina Avenue in the Rincon.
MONROE - A large contingent of South Effingham High School football fans made the lengthy trek to the town lodged between Atlanta and Athens and stayed to congratulate and console the Mustangs players after the conclusion of their season.
After reaching out to help a family during the holiday season last year, the Lost Plantation community is hosting an even bigger event this year to help another neighbor.
Jack Ramsey remembers exactly where the old popcorn machine used to be when his family owned the Mars Theatre in Springfield.
Six contractors will submit requests for proposals for work on the Mars Theatre, following Springfield City Council's vote Wednesday night.
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State Rep. Bill Hitchens (R-Rincon) recently received the Meritorious Service Award from the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP). Rep. Hitchens was presented with ...
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For those young drivers who think it won't happen to them, Rincon Police Chief Phillip Scholl has a message.
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