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Citizens, Business Owners Gather to Protest Guyton Mask Mandate

Citizens and business owners gathered in the City of Guyton Saturday to protest the mayor and council’s recent approval of.

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Bulloch Commissioners to Vote on ‘Contextual Marker’ Near Confederate Monument in Statesboro

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners will vote Tuesday on a resolution for a contextual marker near a Confederate monument.

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Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Douglas Co. Commissioner Over Free Speech Violations

A federal lawsuit has been filed against a Douglas County Commissioner who breached a settlement agreement he and his attorney.

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Evans County Passes Resolution in Support of the Second Amendment

Evans County Commissioners voted last Wednesday to approve a resolution in support of the Second Amendment. The Commissioners stopped short.

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Glennville Council Votes to Formally Distance Itself From Councilman’s Social Media Comments

During a special-called meeting, the Glennville City Council voted Monday night to go on the record and distance itself from.

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14 Businesses Awarded a Total of $28,000 from City of Statesboro’s “Love Ur City” Campaign

The City of Statesboro announced Tuesday that a combined $28,000 was distributed to 14 city and Bulloch County businesses. The.

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Evans Commissioners Improperly Changing Speed Limits on County Roads

A review of Georgia law suggests that the Evans County Board of Commissioners may be improperly altering the speed limits.

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State Rep. Battles Municipality Over Free Speech & Political Yard Signs

A Georgia state representative is battling with a local municipality in his district over the enforcement of a sign ordinance.

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Guyton Budget Proposal Accounts for Illegal Salary Increase for Council Members

The proposed FY 2021 budget for the City of Guyton accounts for a pay raise for all elected officials, a.

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Judicial Salary Requests in Atlantic Judicial Circuit Contrary to State Action

As the legislature slashed state agency budgets by 10% and local governments scramble to balance budgets for the upcoming fiscal.

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