Meetings Meetings Meetings

It’s a big week for meetings in Glynn this week with the county Board of Elections having a called meeting at 2:00 this afternoon to discuss the recently vacated Supervisor of Elections position. The Brunswick City Commission is also having a called meeting at the Custom’s House City Hall on Gloucester St. at 4:30 this…

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Indictments handed down for car stealing

In indictments handed down by a Glynn County Grand Jury last week, 25 year old Willie Addison Jr. and 19 year old Jewell Edward Hayes were charged with theft by taking, criminal trespass and loitering or prowling in connection with a car they allegedly stole from Awesome Nissan on Chapel Crossing Rd. After prying open…

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Property tax law suit headed to mediation

A class-action lawsuit brought against Glynn County over incorrectly calculated property taxes has gone to mediation. A hearing that was scheduled for today has been canceled. The basis of the class action law suit is that Glynn County used the wrong base year in calculating property taxes for those property owners who qualify for the…

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Male juvenile dressed as female caught shoplifting

Tis the Season… On Saturday Brunswick Police caught a 15 year old male dressed as female shoplifting at Walmart. The store declined to prosecute and the juvenile was turned over to his mother.

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Local Events

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  • 08

    Living Well Coastal Wellness Program

    9:00 am-5:00 pm

    Sponsored by Coastal Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging

    Volunteers Needed

  • 10

    Peaches to Beaches Yard Sale returns to Brunswick

    8:00 am

    It’s been 5 years since the last time Glynn County has been an official participant of GIPA’s (Golden Isles Parkway Association) Peaches to the Beaches, and this year we’re bringing it back to Brunswick.

    Extending along 341, Peaches to the Beaches is a large community wide yard sale event with a wide variety of vendors and concessions.

    Downtown Brunswick will hold Peaches to the Beaches Friday and Saturday March 10th and 11th from 8 am to 6 pm at Mary Ross Waterfront Park alongside the Elvis Festival.

    If you are a business or vendor that would be interested in being a part of this opportunity, contact Harvest Hale at or 912-265-4032.

  • 19

    Annual Jewish Food and Culture Festival

    12:00 pm-4:00 pm

    Historic Temple Beth Tefilloh will hold its annual Jewish Food and Culture festival Sunday, March 19, 2017, noon until 4 p.m. in the Jekyll Squares off Newcastle Street in downtown Brunswick.
    The entire community is invited to learn more about the Jewish culture by experiencing the music, ceremonies, and, in particular, the delicious traditional food. Admission to the festival is free.

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