A police chief in southwest Georgia has been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
Council voted 5-0 to impose a blight tax of 7x the millage rate, but upon the passage, Mayor McCollar reduced the rate down to 0.01
Camden County has 5,919 inactive voters who may be cancelled if appropriate action by the voter is not taken before December 7, 2019.
The transit proposal previously approved by the Statesboro City Council has hit a snag due to funding.
The Bulloch County Election Superintendent told Commissioners that the new machines will lead to increased expenses, increased time for return of results on election night, and a possible need for law enforcement when the equipment is at the 16 precincts around the county.
OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi says Guyton’s got 99 problems and unscrupulous messaging on cell phones by public officials during government meetings is absolutely one of them.
The announcement came late Friday afternoon, three days after Commissioners voted to lift a moratorium on solid waste management matters and following Atlantic Waste's lawsuit against Screven County.
Guyton officials met Tuesday evening before a council chamber of standing room only observers. The meeting, which was the first since the most recent municipal election, again showed a lack of consensus on measures discussed by the mayor and council and ended with a conflict over whether or not the meeting should even adjourn.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested a public safety investigator after an investigation stemming from allegations of jury tampering.
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.