Jeremy Nease of Rincon's Badcock Home Furniture donated a 50-inch LG TruSlim television (valued at $999) to the United Way of Effingham's 2013 campaign fundraising raffle.
Karen Tanksley, publisher of the Effingham Herald, told the Sunrise Rotary club about the changes in newspaper publication and the promising future for hometown newspapers.
In an annual tradition prior to the kickoff of the Effingham County-South Effingham football game, the two schools' marching bands performed together.
On the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Effingham County first responders were recognized prior to Wednesday's South Effingham-Effingham County softball game at Rebel Field.
The United Way of Effingham County kicked off its 2013 fundraising campaign Wednesday with a powerful message to the community.
Traffic on Springfield's Laurel Street near its intersection with Highway 21 can get a little slow on Friday afternoon, and not solely because drivers are in a rush to get home.
The Clyo Masonic Lodge No. 280 presented a gift on loan to the Historic Effingham Society Museum.
Effingham Community Orchestra presented its third annual "Our Favorites" concert and silent auction on Aug. 25.
Butch Kieffer was honored by Effingham Health System and the Hospital Authority at their September meeting.
Salzburgers celebrated their annual Heritage Day on Labor Day, opening a new research library at their museum.
America's Second Harvest Food Bank delivered a truckload of help Thursday to Effingham County families in need.
The 1968 graduating class of Effingham County High School enjoyed a class reunion on Aug. 24 at the New Ebenezer Retreat Center.
Buddy Holder, the head football coach at Effingham County High School, spoke to the Sunrise Rotary Club about the team's core values, established in January when he was hired.
Weekend traffic was stop-and-go along Highway 21 in Rincon, for a good reason.
A program at Grace Community Churchon Saturday night celebrated a milestone for GAP Ministries: 100 wheelchair ramps built for people in Effingham County.
Family Promise of Effingham County has opened its doors to hosting homeless families in the community.
Cadets James Jolin, Christopher Palmer and Trevor Charles all received their "first stripe" on their way to success in the Civil Air Patrol cadet program.