The Sansavilla Wildlife Management Area includes the view of the Altamaha River from the Sansavilla Bluff.
Broadhurst Environmental Landfill
From left, former U.S. Rep. and later Georgia Chamber of Commerce President Lindsay Thomas, State Rep. Chad Nimmer and Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Christy Carter join with today’s president and CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Chris Clark, at right. A Tuesday luncheon at Coastal Pines Technical College was the venue, and rural Georgia in 2030 was the topic.

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The Sansavilla Wildlife Management Area includes the view of the Altamaha River from the Sansavilla Bluff.
Against a background of fluffy clouds, curving sandbars and flowing waters, Mark Williams, Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) commissioner and former Wayne County resident, conducted a
It’s not often that one hears an elected official supportive of a tax.
Broadhurst Environmental Landfill
(Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series examining the latest reporting of the groundwater-monitoring system at the Broadhurst Environmental Landfill.


The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Sansavilla Wildlife Management Area, which is largely located in southeastern Wayne County, presents both reasons for celebration and lessons to be learned.
“Writing Downtown’s Story,” the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) program to create a strategic plan for downtown Jesup, is writing an Oscar-worthy script.
As wildfires destroy communities in northern California, the country is once again observing Fire Prevention Week.


Former Jacket, UGA and New Orleans Saints  gridiron star Lindsay Scott spoke at a recent “Molding Men” supper for the Jackets.
Lindsay Scott advised the Wayne County High football team that perseverance was the key to realizing their goals—on the football field and in life.
Members of the 2017 Wayne County High varsity softball team include, front row, from left, Arabia Easley, Olivia Mullis, Madison White, Graysen Brannen and Mackenzie Kagee; middle row, from left, McKenzie Price, Maggie Miller, Maisie Palmer, Logann Echols and Chloe Lyons; back row, from left, assistant coach Jason O'Steen, Shelby Surrency, Gracie Frye, Mary Tillman, Ashley Burkhalter, Haley Denison, Mary Grace Manning and coach Dave Madray.
After splitting the doubleheader on Wednesday against Thomas County Central, the Lady Jackets (23-7) wasted little time in game three to claim the first-round series and advance to the “Sweet 16”
Jacket Kieran Strong, No. 2, reacts after a big play against the Mustangs.
Despite a steady rain pounding The Corral Stadium at South Effingham High Friday, the Jackets were able to break the Mustangs 13-9 in an opening Region 2-AAAAA win.


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