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Ga. professor bans students from saying a bless youa : report
A professor at a small public college in Brunswick, Georgia, has reportedly banned students from saying "bless you" in class and has threatened to deduct points from their final grade if they dare to say it.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
The Florida Times-Union
The Valdosta Donor Center, 2517-A Bemiss Road, is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays.
Brunswick man gets life for 2013 murder
A 33-year-old Brunswick man has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2013 murder of a man, who was found stabbed to death in a burnt out car, prosecutors said.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Downtown Brunswick smell no cause for concern
Brunswick Fire Chief Randy Mobley says that a smell permeating the downtown area is not hazardous to anyone's health and there is no cause for alarm.
GA--Georgia News Coverage Advisory, GA
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Thu Aug 21, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
Military says about 70 percent of troops' vehicles being shipped will be late
The company hired to deliver the personal vehicles of troops and civilian defense workers around the world has successfully transported just 7,987 out of the 27,358 vehicles it is shipping and 70 percent of those still in transit will arrive late, according to an email by military officials released this week.
Not just another tool in the toolbox
A recent public meeting held on the topic of aquifer storage and recovery conspicuously neglected other relevant water-management problems and opportunities.
City to sell land to surgeon for $75,000
Brunswick officials Wednesday approved the sale of a surplus city-owned property, a move that will provide an additional $75,000 for the city's coffers.
Flooding carries dumpster away
Emory Boyd, owner of Boyd's Transmission on Norwich Street, found that the Dumpster behind his business floated away during heavy rain last Friday and ended up in the back yard of the house across the street, along with a bunch of other debris.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Congressmen call for hearings into contractor's loss of service members cars
Two metro-east congressmen -- U.S. representatives Bill Enyart, D-Belleville; and Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville -- said Monday they want the House Armed Services Committee to hold hearings on problems with a federal contractor that led to the disappearance of hundreds of privately owned vehicles belong to military members who have served overseas.
Grant returns to Ghost Hunters but for how long?
With fall fast approaching, the popular cable network, The Syfy Channel announced it's plans for their 31 Days of Halloween viewing schedule.
Colombian finds home at college
Diana Leal was recently named Outstanding Staff Member of the Year by the College of Coastal Georgia where she works in the Office of Instructional Effectiveness.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Blame shifts in auto delays
Hundreds of U.S. troops and civilian defense workers complain that the company hired to ship their personal vehicles after they relocate is delivering them weeks, even months late.
COPY-Brunswick area reporting record tourism year
Authorities in northeast Georgia say a man is facing criminal charges after his gun accidentally discharged and fatally wounded a Texas woman.
The Florida Times-Union
Former foster child finds shelter in college life
Terry.Dickson@jacksonville.com Shamara Thomas stands in front of the one-bedroom house in Brunswick where her mother, a crack addict, abandoned her at age 11. Thomas' home for the last five years has been a dormitory at the College of Coastal Georgia.
Brunswick area reporting record tourism year
The Brunswick News reports the Golden Isles Convention and Visitors Bureau, during its fiscal year that ended June 30, for the first time saw lodging tax revenues exceed $5 million.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Belleville News Democrat
Scott AFB at center of probe into beleaguered vehicle shipment program
The complaints about the missing cars are one reason the United States Transportation Command, which awarded the contract last year to International Auto Logistics, of Brunswick, Ga., took the unprecedented step of announcing Friday night it was sending out survey teams next week to car processing centers across the globe to look for the missing ... (more)
Belleville News Democrat
U.S. Transcom sends search teams for missing vehicles of military personnel
Paul Selva, the commander of the U.S. Transportation Command, announced that he has directed site survey teams to visit vehicle processing centers nationwide to look for hundreds of missing cars that belong to military members who had served overseas.
Food giveaway feeds 309 hungry residents
Helping hands came together on Mansfield Street Friday despite the hot temperature and high humidity to hand out food to those who asked for it.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
One Bronco Nation Under God
Ole Miss Coach Freeze Video Analysis
Years ago I was trained in interrogation. That was the National Training Center called Federal Law enforcement Training Center in Brunswick Georgia.