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Showcase: 362 N. 1st Street Jesup, Ga.
This 6,000 plus square-foot restaurant (Sybil’s) with 300 seats operated by its owner for over 34 years has 160 parking spaces and is located on well over two acres of property. It has 386 ft of frontage on busy U.S. Highway 84 in Jesup, Ga., approximately 150 ft from the intersection of U.S. Highwa
Long County standoff ends in suspect's surrender
According to Long County Sheriff’s Detective Tom Sollosi, the sheriff’s office received a domestic violence call around 4:50 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12. Deputies arrived to the residence on Garden Drive in the Sandhills area around 5 a.m.
Wayne Co. woman accused of stealing senior cruise money facing new charges
WAYNE COUNTY, GA (WTOC) - The woman accused of keeping payment money for a high school senior cruise in Wayne County is facing new charges. Jackie Dean is now facing charges of felony theft by conversion and 28 new misdemeanor charges. That’s on top of racketeering and theft charges brought last Aug
14-year-old Georgia boy has first-ever surgery to implant diaphragm pacemaker
ATLANTA - Local doctors are making history. They implanted a diaphragm pacemaker into a 14-year-old boy. This is the first time this surgery has been done in Georgia. Now with the new mechanism implanted, even though his body will forget to breathe when he falls asleep, the pacemaker now takes over.
Photographer shares vision, warning for future
Growing up as an only child, Paula Eubanks had to get creative when it came to entertaining herself. She did something many children do — she conjured up an imaginary friend.
Two soldiers have been charged with the murder of a third in a Fort Stewart love triangle
One soldier has been arraigned and another sits in a Liberty County, Georgia, jail awaiting extradition to Michigan in the premeditated murder of Sgt. Tyrone Hassel III, who was shot and killed on New Year’s Eve while home visiting family for the holidays.
LCSO search murder suspect's home
Liberty County Sheriff’s Office Detectives and members of the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division are currently at the residence of Fort Stewart soldier Jeremy Cuellar who is accused of murder in Michigan.
Georgia grandmother arrested for chaining herself to courthouse
GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. - A grandmother protesting an ongoing custody dispute chained herself to a door of the Glynn County Courthouse on Wednesday and was arrested after being checked medically and mentally, according to the Glynn County Sheriff's Office.
Causeway toll to get further scrutiny
The Glynn County Commission wants to lay some groundwork with state agencies before forging ahead on a toll on traffic traveling the F.J. Torras Causeway. Assistant County Manager Kathryn Downs said she’s kept in communication with the Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority on the matter.
Soldier's wife accused in his murder
BERRIEN COUNTY, MI.(WBND) -- The wife of US Army Sergeant Tyrone Hassel III was arraigned on a charge of pre-meditated murder Monday afternoon. She and the man she was having an extra-marital affair with are both accused of his murder.
Florida fugitive wanted in shooting death is on the run in Georgia, detectives say
A crowd of about 100 people scattered when shots were fired in West Park — and one of them was the gunman who may have run all the way to Albany, Ga., according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Liberty's former athletes climb the pro-sports ladder
Several of Liberty County’s former student athlete stars are making names for themselves in the professional sports world. Here’s an update on how these athletes are doing today.
Residents unite to restore emergency services
Folks who live along the Islands Highway Corridor, especially those who live east of U.S. Highway 17, gathered together Tuesday night at the Dorchester Village Civic Center. The meeting was held to select a committee that would represent the East-enders as they seek a resolution to the recent and su
Video and Gallery : IHOP welcomed to Hinesville with ribbon cutting
The International House of Pancakes was welcomed to Hinesville today, with a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the official opening of their restaurant. Here's a look at the ceremony. Video and photos by Lawrence Dorsey.
Long BOE names new chair, considers superintendent search services
The Long County Board of Education chose a new board chair and vice-chair Monday evening. Dr. Carolyn Williamson will serve as chair and former Chair Florence Baggs will serve as vice-chair. Former Vice-Chair Marcus DeLoach nominated Williamson to lead the BOE.
Man sought in restaurant armed robbery, officers say
GLYNN COUNTY, Fla. - Officers with the Glynn County Police Department asked for help Tuesday identifying a man wanted in connection to an armed robbery at a restaurant. According to the Police Department, the man pictured above on Monday entered the Mr. Snapper's Fish and Chicken located on U.S. Hig
Georgia man arrested for plotting attack on White House
A Georgia man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly plotting an attack in the White House. Hasher Jallal Taheb, 21, of Cumming, Ga. was taken into custody in Gwinnett County while allegedly trying to exchange his vehicle for explosives, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
Cops seeking armed robbery suspect
A man stopped for gas at a truck stop, then robbed the adjoining diner of cash at gunpoint late Monday afternoon on U.S. Highway 17 near the Interstate 95 exit in southern Glynn County, police said.
Staying warm, safe in winter: Space heater safety tips from Hville FD
Each month, individual departments from the City of Hinesville will publish important articles that they believe are of public interest. In light of the arrival of colder weather, Captain Andra M. Hart, Public Safety Education Coordinator, of the Hinesville Fire Department would like to share the fo
Briana Hayes wins Miss University of Georgia 2019 crown
Briana Hayes was crowned Miss University of Georgia 2019 on Jan. 12 at the conclusion of the annual Miss UGA Scholarship Competition. Karson Pennington and Irielle Duncan were first and second-runner ups, respectively.