CCHS opens family dental clinic

Although they have been open three weeks and already have 40 patients, Coastal community Health Services (CCHS) celebrated the grand opening of their Family Dental Services last Friday. “We recognized the need for dental care a long time ago,” Barbara Meyers, Coastal’s Executive Director said. “And it has been the number one request of our…

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20 new members join YMCA Terrell Thomas Legacy Society

Members and friends of the Golden Isles YMCA Foundation celebrated the legacy of Miss Terry Thomas at a “Friends of the Foundation” reception last week. Foundation officers and Y staff welcomed 20 new members to this special society established in memory of the late Terry Thomas. The late Terry Thomas lived humbly and gave selflessly…

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GIRW Expo brings out local, state and national politicians

Attending the Golden Isles Republican Women’s (GIRW) Expo last week were: (left to right) John Wood, District 1 Republican Party Chairman; First District U.S. Representative Buddy Carter; GIRW chairman Ruby Robinson; U.S. Senator David Perdue; Glynn County Republican Party chairman Ivan Figueroa and State Senator William Ligon. The Golden Isles Republican Women’s group hosted their…

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Veteran’s Day – Island Style

Veteran’s Council honors Veterans on St. Simons with parade / ceremony   It was the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when the Armistice with Germany went into effect formally ending World War I. It is at that time and day that this country and others have chosen to…

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Kiwanis Club of Brunswick hosts 17th Annual Stewbilee

  Kiwanis Club of Brunswick hosts 17th Annual Stewbilee Continuing to stake our city’s claim as the home of Brunswick Stew, the Brunswick Kiwanis Club hosted the 17th Annual Brunswick Rockin’ Stewbilee last Saturday in Mary Ross Waterfront Park in downtown Brunswick. The Stewbilee is a competition and taken very seriously by the Kiwanis and…

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Judge hears arguments in Dollar General lawsuit

• Decision could come in two weeks Last Thursday morning Glynn County Superior Court Judge Stephen Kelley heard arguments in the Teramore Development v. Glynn County case. Teramore Development, LLC has proposed to build a Dollar General store at 1810 Frederica Rd. and submitted a site plan to county Community Development Department on May 31…

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Oglethorpe Center proposals

The Brunswick City Commission heard proposals from four architectural firms last week in response to an RFP (request for proposals) for planning, design, architectural and engineering services  for the Oglethorpe Conference Center scheduled to be built on Newcastle St. in downtown Brunswick. Funding for the Center totaling $3.5 million was included in both SPLOST IV…

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Pilar Hotel denied again by IPC

Coming back to the Island Planning Commission (IPC) for the third time last week with a site plan for the Pilar Hotel, Adam Swann was denied a third time by the IPC during their meeting on Thursday, September 20. The hotel is proposed for 1200 Ocean Blvd. on St. Simons Island on the corner of…

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