Wednesday Mar 12
Forsyth County News
Local lawmakers watching several bills
With about eight days remaining, some of the members of Forsyth County's state legislative delegation recently paused to assess some of the bills that have made it through either the Senate or House of Representatives.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Florida Times-Union
College of Coastal Georgia chef appearing on Food Network show
Chef Matthew Raiford, who coordinates the college's Culinary Arts program, will take on Chef Karen Akunowicz of Boston in a judged competition for an opportunity to cook against Bobby Flay, the title chef of the Food Network's "Beat Bobby Flay" show, the college said.
The Westin Jekyll Island Scheduled for 2014 Completion
Jekyll Oceanfront Hotel, LLC recently topped off the $41-million Westin Jekyll Island, a 200-room, convention-class, beachfront hotel scheduled for completion later this year as part of the Jekyll Island Beach Village project.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
UGA climatologist says polar vortex might bring another snowstorm
A snowstorm, followed by a few sunny days and then another snow and ice storm - this is a summary of the weather conditions in Georgia since late January.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Gathering Place shows off for adults St. Simons Island residents Mark ...
By MARTIN RAND III The Brunswick News St. Simons Island residents Mark and Carol Davis have been involved with organizations that help children for years.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Nowhere to hide from extreme weather
In 1887, the prospectus for a new, private, residential resort off the Georgia coast offered the nation's elite what they'd been searching for: the promise of perfect weather.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Jekyll Island Fire Departmenta s new 1988 model fire engine is...
By SARAH LUNDGREN The Brunswick News The Jekyll Island Fire Department welcomed a much needed and appreciated fire engine to its brigade thanks to Pinova, Inc. of Brunswick.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Milledgeville Rotary holds annual speech contest for local students
The contest pitted three local students in a speech that was targeted to the Rotary 4-Way Test or the annual theme of the president of Rotary International, which this year is "Engage Rotary Change Lives."
Teri Schell honored by Georgia Organics
Georgia's organic agriculture community honored Savannah's Teri Schell at the 17th annual Georgia Organics conference this weekend, which brought over 1,000 attendees to Jekyll Island.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
The Coastal Courier
Dorchester Academy graduate honored
Ophelia Evelyn Johnson Killens smiles to all who greet her during a luncheon held in her honor Thursday at Dorchester Academy.
Library of Economics and Liberty
Steve Horwitz on the Conspiracy Behind the Federal Reserve
Like other legislation of that era, the Fed was a government intervention supported both by ideologically-motivated and well-meaning reformers and by the industry being regulated.