Brantley County Sheriff’s Office deputies will soon be riding in new vehicles after getting approval from the Brantley County Board of Commissioners.
Expenditures still below pre-pandemic spending despite nearly $1.8m added backA year after losing more than $2 million in cuts, the Board of Education’s proposed FY22 budget shows nearly $1.8 restored. Superintendent Dr. Kim Morgan presented the members with a $33,078,961 budget during the Monday, June 14 work session and regular monthly meeting. The next budget hearing is slated for Thursday, June 24 at 6 p.m. The Cares Act Phase 3 budget will also be presented.
By Capt. Bert Deener
Ware County officials are looking to replace Bartram Trail for the August 27 home opener.
Capitol Beat News ServiceATLANTA – The landscape of college sports in Georgia is about to ch…
JOHN’S CREEK, S.C. — Ware County senior golfer Lee Smith is set to test his game against som…
Every summer for the last couple of decades, I have joined two groups of long-time friends for a preseason football fiesta.
I’m so blessed to have been able to lead the Brantley County Chamber of Commerce as president this past year.