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Officials hold off on airport fenceNone ST. MARYS a " City officials...
By GORDON JACKSON The Brunswick News ST. MARYS -- City officials might live to regret their decision Monday to delay a request for state and federal funding to build a security fence around the St. Marys Airport.
Authorities investigating after structure catches fire
ST. MARYS, Ga. -- Authorities are investigating after a structure caught fire Saturday at the site of the former Gilman Paper Company mill.
Sailors cross nation for St. Marys tradition ST. MARYS a " Some...
By GORDON JACKSON The Brunswick News ST. MARYS -- Some sailboat cruisers had no idea they were starting a Thanksgiving tradition at St. Marys when they sought refuge from a nor'easter 13 years ago.
St. Marys Mayor-elect John Morrissey addresses residents at a meeting ...
By GORDON JACKSON The Brunswick News ST. MARYS -- City officials met with experts from the state and nation Thursday to begin the process of preparing for rising sea levels.
The Florida Times-Union
St. Marys restaurant plans second location in Mandarin
Two-year-old St. Marys, Ga., restaurant St. Marys Seafood & More plans to open a second location, this one in Jacksonville's Mandarin neighborhood.
Losing A Hospital Worsens A Bad Economy
Stewart Webster Hospital closed earlier this year, one of three rural hospitals to close in Georgia.
Woman pays high price for hospital shutdown
About 2 p.m. Oct. 15 Renshaw rolled her four wheeler and landed in a bonfire. Her boyfriend, Billy Chavis, found her and, in his words, "put her out."
Stars and Stripes
Nuclear subs at Georgia's Kings Bay site key to deterrent strategy
ST. MARYS, Ga. - What worked to keep the Cold War from turning into a planet-destroying thermonuclear war is still a viable strategy in an era of terrorists and rogue states, some military strategists say.