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.
The Georgia Salzburger Society will celebrate its 88th Labor Day on Sept. 2 at the Historic Jerusalem Lutheran Church.
Army Cadet Victoria H. Inman has graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) Leader's Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky.
A group of 4-H'ers recently took a two-day Georgia Department of Natural Resources hunter safety course at the Mary Kahrs Warnell Forest Education Center.
Despite the rainy weather, a big crowd attended the second annual Back-to-School Blowout hosted by the Effingham County Center for Working Families.
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Roger Coursey, representing The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, presented a certificate of commendation to Effingham Health System. Michael Murphy received ...
Girl Scout Troop 30197 helped an effort to spread an abundance of smiles to those in nursing homes, those in hospitals, military personnel stationed overseas ...
Effingham County real estate agents joined forces to collect and distribute Christmas presents and food to nine families through Family Promise and Effingham Victim Witness ...
United Way of the Coastal Empire President Gregg Schroeder has announced that Julie Dickey will succeed Bonnie Dixon as Effingham area director.
The Exchange Club of Effingham's Empty Stocking Fund campaign will continue to take donations after Christmas.
Freddie Waltz was named the farmer of the year, and Steve Smith was named agribusinessman of the year at the annual Effingham County Young Farmers ...
At its Dec. 3 meeting, the Effingham Exchange Club heard Melissa Traver, pastor of Rincon United Methodist Church, speak about Jesus' message of being the ...
The Exchange Club of Effingham's Empty Stocking Fund campaign is continuing.
Members of American Legion Post 209 and Home Depot employees joined forces Saturday to help a veteran in need.
Thanks to Effingham Health System employees, hundreds of kids will get a little something under the Christmas tree.
Effingham Sunrise Rotary Club President Dr Barbara Prosser presented $500 checks on behalf of its members to Kim Dennis, executive director of the Effingham Y ...
The annual Lost Plantation golf cart parade raised more than $2,000 Saturday night.
The annual Guyton Christmas Parade,which took place Saturday in front of a big crowd on a sunny morning.
Shoppers at the Rincon Walmart may find their purchases taken care of in the next couple of weeks.
The Exchange Club of Effingham is beginning its Empty Stocking Fund campaign for families in Effingham County.
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