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Events, music on tap for weekend

"Elf," will be shown at 5:30 p.m. on the Village Green on Jekyll Island as part of the "Movies on the Green" series. It is free and open to the public. Merry Shrimpmas, an event held in place of Shrimp and Grits, will be held from 2 to 8 p.m. Nov. 24 and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 25. A variety of

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Agency approves downtown hotel proposal request

The Urban Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday approved a request for proposal for a hotel to be built on the Oglethorpe block of Newcastle Street in downtown Brunswick. LaRon Bennett, the Urban Redevelopment Agency chairman, announced the request after reconvening from an executive session that included

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

One man jam bad, Keller Williams, to play Sea Island

f you've been a musically inclined college kid in the last 15 years or so, it's highly likely that you have heard of Keller Williams. No, not the popular real estate firm, the multi-instrumental musical sensation of the same name. Keller Williams has become a prolific singer-songwriter and a folk ro

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

New parks and rec boss started amid Irma

While many people were evacuating in advance of Hurricane Irma, Lisa Gurganus was making her first trip to the Golden Isles as Glynn County's new recreation and parks manager. "I came in at an unusual time with the hurricane looming, but it's been a great time to come in and meet so many people in t

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

What does it mean to be a rhodes scholar?

My cousin, who attends the University of Chicago, just became a Rhodes Scholar. Everyone in the family is excited for her, but my parents and I are not sure what this means. We don't want to act stupid and ask my cousin or her family about her award. Can you enlighten us? - Curious, Chicago, Ill. Cu

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Abandoning public land rampant in Glynn

It seems a pervasive pattern in Glynn County - private citizens use, abuse and otherwise arrogate public lands as if they were their own; public officials in the local government, school board and sundry authorities abrogate their responsibility to maintain the property and then, when it seems conve

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Special prosecutor or grand inquisitor?

I see where the current special prosecutor's investigation into Russia's alleged ties to the 2016 election is slowly expanding in an ever-broadening search web. I briefly worked, not as a lawyer, but as a technology contractor, on the White Water Special Prosecutor's investigation. It has always bot

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Remember your manners this black Friday

Whether you love it or hate it doesn't really matter - Black Friday is upon us. Should you decide to rise early, brave the crowds and hit the sales today, please remember one very important thing: Be polite. We know the deals our local retailers are offering are out of this world. This is the one ti

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Masked man robs Leavenworth bank, FBI says

The FBI is looking for a masked man who robbed a bank Tuesday evening in Leavenworth, Kansas. The robbery at Country Club Bank on South Fourth Street was reported at 5:04 p.m. The robber showed the teller a weapon and demanded cash. No one was hurt. He fled after getting some cash. The FBI said the

KMBC.COM - 2017-11-22 16:59:00

Concealing the trail: As one Leavenworth man discovered, all too often flooded vehicles end up back on the used car market

LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- Nobody would knowingly buy a vehicle that's been in a flood. So how is that so many of them end up in the used car market? To find out, Fox 4 Problem Solvers followed the trail of a flooded truck and discovered the dark side of an industry that resells these cars to an unsuspect


CALL event recalls 'Mogadishu Mile'

Katie Peterson | Staff Writer The Center for Army Lessons Learned hosted its first "Mogadishu Mile," teambuilding event Nov. 17 at Sherman Army Airfield and Kinder Range for CALL soldiers, staff and Department of the Army civilians. The event was inspired by the events of the 1993 Battle of Mogadish

FORT LEAVENWORTH LAMP - 2017-11-22 20:56:00

MC CoE moves into new digs in old USDB

Katie Peterson | Staff Writer The Mission Command Center of Excellence Headquarters has moved from building 472 into building 468 of the old U.S. Disciplinary Barracks after a renovation of the building. "It really orients all the staff members in one location and really facilitates cross talk," sai

FORT LEAVENWORTH LAMP - 2017-11-22 20:43:00

Post remembers contributions of Native Americans

The Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth sponsored the Native American Indian Heritage Month Luncheon Nov. 15 at the Frontier Conference Center. "American Indians and Alaska Natives are inextricably linked with the history of the United States. Beginning with the Pilgrims' arrival at Plymouth C

FORT LEAVENWORTH LAMP - 2017-11-22 20:17:00

Runners turn out for Turkey Trot 5K

Turkey Trot 5K results Girls 7 and younger 1. Ada Perrault, 24:18 2. Emersyn Smith, 24:33 3. Caroline Westgate, 32:04 Girls 8-12 1. Abigail Ingber, 25:19 2. Ella Crocker, 25:31 3. Audrey McGee, 27:25 Girls 13-19 1. Karlie Powell, 25:31 2. Taylor Shad, 32:11 3. Taylor Satre, 43:43 Women 20-29 1. Gabr

FORT LEAVENWORTH LAMP - 2017-11-22 20:11:00

Adventure orienteers race the clock

Connie Carpenter | Fort Leavenworth Outdoor Adventure Series Ten teams and two solo orienteers tested their mettle as they strived to navigate under chilly temperatures, wet skies and gusting winds during the Gobbler Orienteer Meet Nov. 18. The Gobbler used a Score-O format where participants strate

FORT LEAVENWORTH LAMP - 2017-11-22 20:01:00

Helping others in time of thanks

Tonganoxie-area families will join in with others across the nation in the annual tradition of getting stuffed on stuffing and all of the other Thanksgiving mainstays. Many in the community are doing their part to help those whose circumstances make it tough to get enough nourishment each day. Those


Police Seek Missing Silver Spring Teenager

SILVER SPRING, MD - Police are searching for an 18-year-old woman missing from Silver Spring who was last seen Monday. Amanda Claire Hanlon was last seen by family members at about 5 p.m. when she left her home on Geren Road on foot. Family members have been unable to contact her since that time, p


Waxing with Aggy Pulls Off the Strip in Silver Spring

Agnes Gilson, a 28-year-old Haitian-American entrepreneur, said she loves that she's known as the Brazilian waxing "beast" and fully embraces the nickname.Agnes Gilson has a small business in Silver Spring that offers waxing services. (Photo by Influplexity PR) Gilson owns Waxing with Aggy in Silver


Thanksgiving 2017 Grocery Store Hours In Silver Spring

SILVER SPRING, MD - Remembering to put every small item on a Thanksgiving dinner shopping list is never as simple as it sounds. Whether it's brown sugar for the yams or rolls to sop up that turkey gravy, something always gets left off. There's no reason to sweat it, though. To help residents avoid t


Loaded Gun Discovered At Reagan Airport On Thanksgiving

ARLINGTON, VA -- A Fairfax County man was cited on a state weapons charge after authorities say he brought a loaded .32 caliber handgun to a checkpoint at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on Thanksgiving morning. A Transportation Security Administration officer spotted the handgun in the ma

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:18:56