If You’re Traveling the Backroads & Byways of Georgia, Let Dave Jenkins Be Your Guide — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown
In early 2016, I got a message from Dave Jenkins thanking me for my work documenting Georgia: Your Vanishing Georgia sites are rich sources of information, and I am very grateful to have discovered them. He noted that he was working on a similar project and that it seemed our paths had often crisscrossed. Since […]
RINCON, GA- Effingham County hosted its first “Defend Against School Bullying” event on Friday evening. The YMCA partnered with Pooler Karate, Rincon Police Department and Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department to help prevent and raise awareness of bullying. The event was designed to provide parents and children with realistic, practical resources in the event of in-person…
Brrrrr…. If you find yourself with an impromptu “snow day” this weekend – it might be just the spare time you need to head out to the fishing hole (as long as the roads are safe!). But first, let’s all be sure we have dug our proper layering garments out before you head out to any […]
*Giveaway opportunity at bottom of page!* Thousands of Georgians will take to the roads this holiday season, but the increase of traffic shouldn’t be the only travel concern. In 2016, there was a 1 in 126 chance of hitting a deer in Georgia according to State Farm insurance: http://bit.ly/2ACsCal. Most collisions occur between October and […]
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BLOOMINGDALE, GA – Hundreds of community members and first responders came together on Saturday for a fun challenge to help children in need. Employees from Effingham County Sheriff’s Office, Effingham Fire and Rescue, Effingham County EMS, Rincon Fire and Rincon PD battled it out at the Combat Zone paintball arena at the Big Nasty ATV…
Just south of Beaufort S. Carolina is the cozy community of Port Royal.
The trendy coastal atmosphere along with the abundance of natural beauty and wildlife is catching the eyes of the “snowbird” and “retiree” market.
This is just one of the relaxing parks to take in the fresh scent of the salt marsh.
For I95 travelers the exit is different for the north and south lanes and the easiest way to get here is to follow the signs for Parris Island.