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The Florida Times-Union
Jekyll Island Authority OKs 'high-energy' restaurant for former site of Fins
Michelle and George Stewart were picked to run the former Fins restaurant and will drop much of the heavy deep-fried dishes in favor of lighter Mexican cuisine.
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The Miami Herald
Jekyll Island OKs sharpshooters for thinning deer
Florida State's Jameis Winston took questions about his off-the-field incidents in stride during ACC media days on Sunday, July 20, 2014.
DA Senior Investigator Ricky Becker named 2014 Investigator of the Year
Chatham County District Attorney Senior Investigator Ricky Becker yesterday was presented with the 2014 Investigator of the Year Award by the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia at the annual Summer Conference at the Jekyll Island Convention Center on Jekyll Island.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Hall Co. schools receive EPD award
The Hall County School System was recognized by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division with the Georgia Diesel Emissions Reduction Green Award.
Ed Westwick shows 'deeper side with Instagram post of 'life' rules
His script for life has made his female fans even more enamoured of him as he reveals a 'deeper, more reflective' side of his personality.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Marsh buffer petition closes in on 1,000 signatures
A petition posted last month by the Center for a Sustainable Coast to restore protections to Georgia's marshes is nearing its goal of 1,000 signatures.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
The Coastal Courier
Gary Colberg receives the Golden Eagle Award from Brunswick-area attorney Jim Bishop.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Sea Turtle conservationist visits Chehaw Park
Conservationists are making progress as they try to boost the population of endangered sea turtles on Georgia's coast.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Jekyll beginning beautification process on pond
UGA landscape interns with the Jekyll Island Authority Michael Bohan, left, and Dante Bertocci install the sign marking the nature trail at Horton Pond.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
WLFI-TV West Lafayette
Storm causes rip tide worries for Ga. beaches
Though forecast to remain far at sea while passing the Georgia coast, Tropical Storm Arthur could leave dangerous rip currents in its wake during one of the state's busiest weekends for beach vacations.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Rubin: Good to see rebuttal to Galis column on Jekyll Island
I'm glad the Athens Banner-Herald published the Sunday commentary from parks and recreation expert Ken Cordell headlined "Jekyll Island should be affordable to all Georgians."
Sat Jun 28, 2014
MTSU history students put classroom learning into practice
The next time you visit a national historic site, stop to consider the quality of the exhibits and the way the information is presented to you.
Cordell: Jekyll Island should be affordable to all Georgians
In his June 21 column headlined "Parsing another Jekyll Island mandate," local Athens Banner-Herald/OnlineAthens columnist Leon Galis argues the Jekyll Island State Park Authority can't meet its financial self-sustainability requirement and, at the same time, provide affordable accommodations for Georgians of average income unless it receives state ... (more)
The Macon Telegraph
Laws on guns, Medicaid expansion set for July 1
Of those, 305 bills passed with Gov. Nathan Deal signing the vast majority of them into law.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Kyler: 'Sweetheart deals' on Jekyll Island
Athens Banner-Herald columnist Leon Galis' most recent commentary on Jekyll Island , in which he discounted the self-sufficiency mandate for Jekyll Island State Park, was remarkably misleading and inaccurate.
Meeting focuses on improving St. Simons' triangle entryway
Golden Isles Convention and Visitors Bureau CEO Scott McQuade addresses the Gateways Committee Wednesday concerning the triangle to St. SImons Island during a working group meeting at the A.W. Jones Heritage Center ballroom on St. Simons Island.