Tattnall County Board of Education

Tattnall Board of Ed Sets Tentative Millage Rate, Will Hold Public Hearings

The Tattnall County Board of Education voted Monday to tentatively set the millage rate for the 2019 tax year at a rate which will reflect a slight increase for taxpayers, but draw down more than $3.8 million in state funding.

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.

Appointment of Interim Tattnall Tax Commissioner Not Compliant with State Law

Tattnall County Commissioners celebrated the upcoming retirement of Tax Commissioner Dale Dutton at their August meeting held Monday, presenting him with a resolution of...

The Beacon of Transparency in Evans County

Evans County Probate Judge Darin McCoy has served in elected office for more than 26 years -- long enough to establish a routine of...

Manassas City Officials Field Questions on New Speed Bumps

Officials in the City of Manassas hosted a workshop Monday evening to hear feedback from the community on the newly-installed speed bumps.County residents from...

Glennville Court Fumbles on Hands-Free Law Enforcement

A defendant appeared in court Wednesday on a violation of Georgia’s Hands-Free Act, which prohibits the use and handling of a cell phone while...

County Declines Request for Early Voting Expansion in Glennville

The Tattnall County Board of Commissioners opted not to expand early voting into the Glennville precincts for the upcoming special election after consideration of both a candidate for office and the Tattnall County Board of Elections.

2019 Legislative Session: Werkheiser Voted NO 2.5% of the Time, Skipped 19 Votes

The Georgia General Assembly adjourned just two weeks ago after three months of fast-paced days full of voting on everything from special license plates, tax...

Hate Crime Bill Passes the House, Werkheiser Votes No

The Georgia House of Representatives voted Thursday to approve a bill that would increase penalties for crimes committed against certain classes of people.State Representative...

Attorney General Investigating Tattnall Commissioners for Open Meetings Complaint

The Georgia Attorney General’s Office is investigating the Tattnall County Board of Commissioners after a complaint was filed alleging a violation of the Georgia...