Latest The Brunswick News Stories
By Emily Stranger, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 5--Glynn Academy students will answer to a new principal when they return to classes Aug. 13.
By Emily Stranger, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 5--A 24-year-old man en route to Tallahassee, Fla., drowned Sunday in what police describe as a murky lake at a hostel in southern Glynn County. According to the Glynn County police report, Marquis Dominic Manuel went swimming at 4:40 p.m.
By Kevin Price, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 5--Linda Randall was no different than a lot of kids when she was growing up in Brunswick.
By Anna Ferguson, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 2--The southern Georgia and northern Florida coastline could see fewer live bombs if an environmental safety document wins the approval of the U.S. Navy.
By Brandee A. Thomas, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 1--Less than a month on the job, new Glynn County schools assistant superintendent Michael Kemp is looking to shake things up by toughening standards for students to be promoted to the next grade level.
By Mary Starr, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 1--Perhaps because there are so many people of Scots-Irish heritage in the United States, Celtic music has a huge following on this side of the Atlantic.
By Jess Davis, The Brunswick News, Ga. Aug. 1--More than 33,000 Glynn County residents were called Thursday afternoon in a first-of-its-kind test of the county's emergency notification system.
By Brandee A. Thomas, The Brunswick News, Ga. Jul. 31--Some Glynn County school teachers may want to do a little homework themselves before heading back to their classrooms next month.
By Anna Ferguson, The Brunswick News, Ga. Jul. 30--With the nation buzzing about an energy crisis and a debate over off-shore drilling unfolding, the answer to the current oil conundrum may be right here in the Golden Isles. And that answer has nothing to do with oceans and oil rigs.
By Brandee A. Thomas, The Brunswick News, Ga. Jul. 30--If Glynn County were a school bus, its school principals would be the drivers who must focus on where their schools are going next academic year, administrators say.