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Local news for Screven County and surrounding areas.
Concerned citizens – 85 in total – packed into the
Ricardo Castavious Daughtry didn’t like the way William Franklin Watson was cooking his powdered cocaine into crack, so he shot him five times and killed him.
A skating rink aimed at people of all ages will open Saturday in the shopping center that used to house Matt Gay Chevrolet, at 325 Mims Road in Sylvania.
One of the most important parts, we as Americans, should remember as we celebrate our nation’s freedom with Independence Day is the service men and women who each day secure our liberties.
Some of those brave individuals from the military will visit
For 10 years Wendy Warren has served
The staff of the Head Start program in Hiltonia has requested the Screven County Schools System for the use of two classrooms and meal service for its young students.
Faced with the shortage of state funding, the elimination of programs and positions by the school board has reduced the 2009-2010 budget by nearly $2.7 million to avoid a local tax increase.
Bryan Clees puts a lot of energy into his musical performances.
But that lively entertainment, however, was the main reason for the delay in the new CD for Clees, whose family hails from
Informational assistance is available for Screven Countians whose wages have been cut during these woeful economic times.
Here come the fuzz.
Buildings are being demolished and pine trees are being cut as work begins on the site where two new nuclear reactors are being built at Plant Vogtle -- 30 miles north of Sylvania.
A Savannah minister who operates a non-profit gospel radio station in Jesup is planning to start a similar station in Screven County soon, playing “old-school” gospel music.
A man driving a red Ford Mustang who was wanted in a string of burglaries in Georgia and South Carolina in recent months has been arrested in Edgefield County, S.C. -- but not before seven other peo
It was a high-speed chase that got a little slow when the engine blew up on the getaway car.
Sylvania Police officer Mike Dickerson tried to stop the driver of a Buick LeSabre for a suspended registration at about 8:15 p.m. Monday, at the intersection of S. Hull and Curtis streets.
Screven County Commissioners have not only crafted a budget that won’t require a tax increase – they’re shooting for balancing the budget without dipping into reserves.
They have reserves available -- sales tax money that was earmarked for a landfill. They decided in December that building a landfill is not economically feasible and that the $4 million instead could be used in the county’s general fund.
The Sylvania Telephone claimed six Georgia Press Association awards at the annual banquet on the