Wayne Morgan’s “face-only-a-mother-could-love” close-up of a butterfly placed first in The Press-Sentinel’s 2018 Summer Photo Contest.
The Wayne County Veterans Day Parade barreled down Cherry Street Saturday to a crowd of beaming and saluting onlookers. Above, American Legion Post 311 marches ahead of the Wayne County High School ROTC unit.
Lawrence T. Jahn and his wife, Joan, head a line of voters at Cracker Williams Recreation Center.

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Wayne Morgan’s “face-only-a-mother-could-love” close-up of a butterfly placed first in The Press-Sentinel’s 2018 Summer Photo Contest.

To be clear, Muhammad Ali wasn’t talking about The Press-Sentinel’s 2018 photo-contest winners when he said “Float like a butterfly, s

Now that the two alcohol referendums have passed, Jesup residents are wondering when they’ll see changes in the current alcohol-sale p

The Wayne County Veterans Day Parade barreled down Cherry Street Saturday to a crowd of beaming and saluting onlookers. Above, American Legion Post 311 marches ahead of the Wayne County High School ROTC unit.

The Wayne County Veterans Day Parade barreled down Cherry Street Saturday to a crowd of beaming and saluting onlookers.

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For their service and sacrifice, veterans need to be remembered.

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