7 from SE Georgia Named in Legal Action to Combat Opioid Epidemic

Pharmacists, a pharmacy, and several individuals have been named as defendants in various criminal and civil actions filed in federal court in the Southern District of Georgia.

Inmates at Federal Prison in Jesup Charged with Assaulting Correctional Officers

Three federal prison inmates have been charged in separate incidents in which correctional officers were injured.Eduardo Bermudez, 21; Dominique Moultrie, 31; and Ulysses Hensen, 43, inmates...

Richmond Hill Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Entice a Child

The man responded to an ad, which was part of an online undercover operation to identify individuals seeking to meet children for sex.

EGRMC Earns Accreditation for Chest Pain Care

The American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association are collaborating to offer U.S. hospitals like East Georgia Regional Medical Center access to a comprehensive suite of co-branded cardiac accreditation services designed to optimize patient outcomes and improve hospital performance.

HUD Charges GA Landlords with Discriminating Against Families with Children

HUD is charging a couple that owns an apartment building in Bryan County with violating the Fair Housing Act by refusing to rent to, imposing different rental terms and conditions on, and making discriminatory statements about families with children.

Georgia extends deadline for SNAP recipients to report food lost in Hurricane Dorian

Georgia residents who receive food stamps now have additional time to report food lost due to power outages during Hurricane Dorian.

Evans County Judge Arrested in Statesboro

A longtime attorney and judge in Evans County was arrested over Labor Day weekend by Statesboro Police.

State Officials to Announce Mandatory Evacuations, Contraflow on Interstate 16

Governor Brian Kemp is expected to issue a mandatory evacuation orders for areas east of Interstate 95 and an order for "contraflow" on Interstate...

SEGA Construction & maintenance activities scheduled this week – Aug 26-31

There's a lengthy list of projects going on around our region this week -->

Georgia Southern: Annual Economic Impact Continues to Grow, Topping More Than $1 Billion

A new report shows Georgia Southern University has increased its annual economic impact of more than $1 billion on the region it serves. The...