Town of Register Mulling the Institution of Property Taxes

The Town of Register is at a fork in the road where city officials must decide whether to institute a property tax or dissolve the town and fold into the county.

Congressman Allen’s Staff to Hold Office Hours in Metter in December

These office hours are about one-on-one visits between staff and Georgia-12 constituents.

CASE CLOSED: DA Denied Pursuit of Charges in Brooklet PD Case Despite Findings

More than a year after a series of articles published on AllOnGeorgia revealed concerning acts within the Brooklet Police Department, the investigation and case review by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been released. 

Brooklet Candidates Weigh in On Ideal Police Department

The candidates running for city council and for mayor of Brooklet weigh in on what they see as an ideal police department for the city.

Bulloch Co. Commissioner Arrested by Statesboro PD

A Bulloch County Commissioner was arrested by Statesboro Police on Wednesday, according to documents.

Unwanted Cell Tower Highlights Concerns Over Oak Park City Boundaries

A dispute over a constructed cell tower led the tower company to do 'exhaustive research' on the City of Oak Park's legal boundaries. Their attorney says the 1998 annexation - which includes I-16 and the north side of the highway - was not properly done and is therefore void.

Oak Park Still Suffering from Fmr. Clerk’s IRS Delinquency Blunder

It’s been more than a year since the city clerk at the center of the City of Oak Park’s financial woes resigned from her post, but the issues continue to linger and the City now owes more to the IRS than it did in 2018.

Former City Clerk Arrested by GBI in the City of Soperton

A woman previously employed by the City of Soperton has been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. 

City of Metter Lands Grants, Loans for Police, Fire Equipment

The City of Metter is among the larger recipients in this round of awards. 

Use of Bryan Co. Tax Dollars to Prop Up Private Nonprofit Violates State Constitution

Bryan County has been funneling tax dollars to a nonprofit organization for at least seven years - a clear violation of the state constitution’s gratuities clause prohibiting such acts.