Students, faculty and staff got into the spirit of Rincon Elementary School's book parade Nov. 20. Classes in each grade dressed up in the theme of a particular book.
The Josh Reddick Foundation will be bringing a rising country music star to Rincon next month.
Scott Morgan addressed his fellow Rincon City Council members at a called meeting Monday night to inform them he was leaving his post.
The city of Rincon is closer to adopting a budget that will put its spending and revenues at nearly $14.96 million for the coming fiscal year.
Springfield City Council members have approved the first reading for the 2016 fiscal year budget, a $2.16 million spending plan for the coming 12 months.
Council members took the action at their Tuesday morning meeting. Jarriel had been the interim chief after longtime chief David Starling and assistant chief Mike Crager were let go in October.
Bonnie Dixon will be ending her 25 years at the helm of the United Way of Effingham County in a few weeks, and she led the annual Rincon Lions Club Christmas Parade through Rincon.
In her classroom halfway down a hall at Ebenezer Middle School, Heather Cocke has created a utopia for her students.
The Effingham Industrial Development Authority, in its first year-end review, discussed its accomplishments for the year so far and announced a goal to nearly double its portion of the property digest.
Springfield City Council members have agreed to a proposal from a Savannah architecture firm to explore how to redevelop Springfield City Hall.
Effingham County commissioners voted unanimously Nov. 3 to reject a memorandum of understanding from a sanitation company regarding the Grandview tract.
The confetti cannons fired as the numbers were turned over Wednesday morning, just as they had two months ago when the United Way of Effingham County revealed its annual campaign goal.
Teach Right in Rincon is sponsoring a community Angel Tree for those interested in helping families in need in Effingham County.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation continues to probe an incident Friday morning that resulted in wounds to an Effingham County Sheriff's deputy and the death of a suspect.
Veterans shouldn't wait to share the stories of their service, said the keynote speaker for the annual community Veterans Day observance.
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The Effingham County Sheriff's Office is alerting residents that dirt road conditions in the county are deteriorating.
Former city clerk and personnel manager Wanda Simmons has agreed to serve as Rincon's interim city manager, Mayor Ken Lee said.
Kim Dennis has been named as the general manager of the Effingham Herald, Morris Multimedia Vice President Joe McGlamery announced Monday.
Effingham County elementary schools soon may have new safety vestibules at their front entrances.
Work on a proposed and hotly-debated pipeline could start by the end of the year, according to a company official.
Beth Rahn Mosley announces her bid for re-election as the Effingham County Probate Judge, a position she has held for seven years.
Though he's been a visitor to the Effingham College and Career Academy, U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter has never had the up-close look at ...
A former Rincon City Council will be seeking the open seat on the current board.
Effingham County Fire Department officials are hoping to find enough in their recent ISO review to bring in a score that will result in a ...
Effingham County commissioners have approved a change to their parking of trucks and trailers ordinance that will prohibit dumpsters from being placed on county roads.
Katie Ward admitted she won't pass up an opportunity to talk about her team.
ATLANTA-The announcement was unexpected - but welcomed gladly
The dream of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. included how his fellow man treats one another, said Van Johnson.
With the big offseason events of his foundation now in the books, Josh Reddick now can look forward to getting ready for spring training.
With election approaching for several Effingham County offices, four incumbents have announced their intention to be returned to their posts.
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