Drugs, money and firearms were seized in Tuesday’s drug bust on Boston Street as a culmination of an extended operation involving multiple law-enforcement agencies and a U.S. Army drug suppression team.
After more than three decades in law enforcement, Wayne County native Doug Lewis sits at his desk as the new Jesup police chief. He has initiated changes he predicts will better serve the public

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Wayne County EMS paramedic Eric Kenn, left, examines the driver of a GMC Terrain that crashed into a light pole at the intersection of Cherry and Macon streets Thursday afternoon as a Jesup polic
The county budget is down for 2018, but finances are still going to be strained.

In spite of the wintry weather, the people of Screven gathered for the annual Screven Christmas parade Saturday.


A golden opportunity to protect this community from the possible effects of millions of tons of coal ash was missed Tuesday. But it is not too late to try again.
Once again Wayne County can claim a state winner.
The Wayne County Farmers Market held its final market day of the season last Saturday, hosting the third annual Christmas Bazaar.


Wayne County High’s football program will be well represented in several upcoming all-star games.
The WCHS Lady Jacket 200-yard freestyle relay qualified for state this past weekend. Members of the team include, from left, Adriana Martin, Grace Dixon, Christina Thomas and Sydney Lantrip.
For the first time in school history, the Wayne County High swimming program has had 10 swimmers to qualify for the state swim meet in February in Atlanta—and the season is only halfway through.
As the Region 2-AAAAA champions, it is no surprise that Wayne County High landed the most players on the 2017 All-Region football team.


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