Voters line up inside the office of Chief Registrar Susan Nash, right, to take advantage of early voting; the line extends out the door and down the hall.
ERIC DENTY / Staff Broken limbs littered a few yards, though most caused minimal to no damage.
The front of James E. Bacon Elementary School now faces Orange Street, but the orientation will change if a sales tax is renewed to modernize the school.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods explains the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education

News Stories

Voters line up inside the office of Chief Registrar Susan Nash, right, to take advantage of early voting; the line extends out the door and down the hall.

 

The beginning of early voting in Wayne County has never been this busy.

ERIC DENTY / Staff Broken limbs littered a few yards, though most caused minimal to no damage.

Wayne County prepared for the worst this week, and when Hurricane Michael blew by, it received a much better outcome.

Jesup voters will have a chance next month to voice their opinions on whether alcohol should be sold in restaurants and/or package sto

Opinion

Though many counties across the Southeast were devastated this week, we in Wayne County count ourselves fortunate that the storm turne

We commend the Jesup Downtown Development Authority and its executive director, Molly O’Hearon—along with cosponsors the Wayne County

Sports

The Wayne County High Yellow Jacket football team didn’t disappoint the homecoming crowd Friday with a 47-12 win over South Effingham High.

The Wayne County Yellow Jackets put on an exciting show of powerhouse football for the homecoming fans last Friday night, scoring twic

The Lady Jacket volleyball team is heading into the Region 2 tournament today (Saturday) at New Hampstead with another match win.

The Jackets celebrate after edging Statesboro High Friday 21-20 in overtime. The Jackets are now 7-0 overall and 1-0 in region play and ranked No. 9 in the state.

It’s not often in a football game that one player can say, “I won the game,” but Logan Pritchard can claim that distinction pretty leg

Obituaries

The 20th annual Willene Todd Memorial Rodeo last weekend serves as a continuing example of what a community can do by working together

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