Carrie Magalski

Carrie Magalski is the Media and Public Relations Contact for All on Georgia- Glynn County. A speaker and the author of "Heaven's Angels" book, her inspiring articles, writings and radio interviews are featured in various multi-media venues. Her leadership roles encompasses higher education, broadcast communications, business, and corporate trainings through Coastal Pines Technical College. She is a seasoned professional with excellent relationship building skills and creates and enhances strategic growth through partnerships with community, corporate and governmental agencies through various multimedia modalities. She is the owner of Immersion Enterprises, LLC- which provides corporate trainings, PR and marketing, as well as ecotourism and experiential education services through Turtle Tides Amelia. Carrie serves on the Board of Directors of Back in His Arms Again, a ministry that helps families suffering from infant loss.

Flood Warning Altamaha River

The National Weather Service in Jacksonville Fl has issued a * Flood Warning for The Altamaha River At Everett City. * from Saturday afternoon until further notice...Or until the warning is cancelled. *...

Wanted: Glynn County man in connection with Monday morning shooting

A Glynn county man is wanted in the shooting that took place on Monday morning and is considered armed and dangerous.  Please see the following press release by the...

Monday morning shooting leaves Brunswick man in critical condition

Glynn County law enforcement looking for information in early Monday morning shooting.

PSA: Free microchipping for your pets

Glynn County Animal Control will offer free microchipping for dogs and cats in a partnership with No Kill Glynn County and the Wayne and Glynn Surrounding Rescue (WAGS). The events,...

FEMA Approves Hazard Mitigation Plan for Glynn County

PSA from the Glynn County Board of Commissioners: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved the Joint Hazard Mitigation Plan which identifies potential natural hazards for the City...

9AM Briefing on Hurricane Michael: Impacts to our area and Southeast Georgia

Extremely dangerous Hurricane Michael approaches landfall as a historic Cat 4 and getting stronger.
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