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A South Carolina hurricane evacuee gave birth to a baby boy Friday in the parking lot of Southeast Georgia Health System's Brunswick campus. [Read More]
A plan that could shape the face of Brunswick for generations to come will be back under consideration by city commissioners in early October. [Read More]
Brunswick residents will begin receiving two property tax bills early next week. [Read More]
Brunswick residents will begin receiving two property tax bills early next week. [Read More]
Rumors of the demise of Jekyll Island's Shrimp & Grits Festival have been greatly exaggerated, organizers said Monday. [Read More]
Brunswick city commissioners will have their plate full during their regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday. [Read More]
Brunswick commissioners this week will consider a comprehensive change to the city's alcohol ordinance. [Read More]
The city of Brunswick's Urban Redevelopment Agency on Thursday voted to move forward with a plan to add a splash pad and playground to Mary... [Read More]
Brunswick city commissioners next week are slated to consider a plan to repair hurricane-related damage to a dock and building at 1200 Glynn Ave. [Read More]
Brunswick residents will begin seeing at least one new piece of mail next month as the city begins sending out its own property tax bills. [Read More]
Brunswick Municipal Court Judge Christopher O'Donnell on Wednesday issued a demolition order for a partially collapsed building on Reynolds Street. [Read More]
It's back to the drawing board for a plan to impose new development design guidelines for a stretch of U.S. Highway 17 from the Sidney... [Read More]
If you haven't shopped at a Sears in a while, you're not alone. [Read More]
The Marshes of Glynn Library in Brunswick may have been closed on Monday, but staff and volunteers were busy as ever as they began preparing... [Read More]
Prospective vendors, contractors, subcontractors and construction managers who are interested in being involved with building a city-funded conference center in downtown Brunswick are invited to... [Read More]
Brunswick city commissioners last week approved an application from a local brewing company for a $75,000 loan to stabilize a 130-year-old building downtown. [Read More]
City commissioners on Wednesday voted unanimously to assess a new fee on every property in Brunswick to raise money for stormwater management. [Read More]
Lodging tax collection in Glynn County rose 3 percent over last year, setting another record for the fifth consecutive year. [Read More]
Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey was upbeat about the city's future as he spoke to the St. Simons Rotary Club on Tuesday at Sea Palms Resort... [Read More]
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