Alaska Aerospace Corporation and Camden County Sign MOU

The pair signed an MOU to work cooperatively on establishing common operating environments for launch operators who wish to reach both orbits.

Media Pressure Leads Brunswick DA Jackie Johnson to Recuse Herself from Another Case

As negative publicity continues to dirty the waters of her tenure, Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jackie Johnson has recused herself from a case in which she has a great conflict of interest, according to records from the Georgia Attorney General’s Office. 

Records Show Brunswick DA Signed Off on Bond Despite Recusal in Infamous Sasser Case

Despite apparent conflicts of interest, documents show the Office of Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jackie Johnson handled the bond of former Glynn County Police Officer Cory Sasser knowing that the office was planning to recuse itself from the case.

Camden County Welcomes New Public Works Director

Camden County Welcomes New Public Works Director

Camden County Recognizes Community for COVID-19 Response

The Camden County Board of Commissioners signed a proclamation after their June 2, 2020, regular meeting teleconference to recognize the community response to COVID-19 by specifically honoring healthcare professionals, first responders, and essential workers.

Fmr. FLETC Chief Says State Senate Candidate Falsified Military, LEO Background

The election to succeed retiring state Senator William Ligon has a former supervisor from a federal law enforcement entity and a Director of the United States Secret Service calling into question both the military experience and law enforcement credentials of one candidate.

Camden Commissioners Seek SMRMC Appointee Candidates

The Camden County Board of Commissioners is seeking applicants to fill two (2) vacancies on the St. Marys River Management Committee (SMRMC).

Senator Ligon in Self-Quarantine

“In order to lay a rumor to rest, I wanted to assure my constituents that I have not tested positive for the coronavirus.

Camden County Office Buildings Temporarily Closed to Public

Beginning Friday, March 20, 2020, the Government Services Complex in Woodbine and the Annex Building in Kingsland will be temporarily closed to the public for the duration of the State of Georgia’s Declaration of Public Health State of Emergency.

Camden County Receives Grant for Interns

One intern will work for the Camden County Board of Commissioners in Administration and one will work for the Board of Elections & Registration.