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Want to control vines in your yard? Get to work

Do you have an evil force in your yard that grows more powerful from the warmth of each passing day?

April 02, 2018 | By Ashley Hoppers Extension agent | Business News

Population, sea level seen as threats to coast

Population growth and impacts from sea level rise are major threats to the long term health of Georgia's coast, according to a collaborative report released Friday.

April 02, 2018 | Special to the Courier | Local news

Celebrating Christ as the Passover Lamb

"On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, when it was customary to sacrifice the Passover lamb, Jesus' disciples asked him, 'Where do you want us to go and make preparations for you to eat the Passover?' So he sent two of his disciples, telling them, 'Go into the city, and a man carrying a jar of water will meet you. Follow him. Say to the owner of the house he enters, 'The Teacher asks: Where is my guest room, where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?' He will show you a large room upstairs, furnished ...

April 02, 2018 | By Pastor Katrina Deason Columnist | Faith

Birth: Carter Royce Johnson

Carter Royce Johnson was born at 7:32 a.m. Feb. 12 to Selena Lane of Hinesville and Roderick Johnson of Fayetteville, NC.

April 02, 2018 | Special to the Courier | Celebrations

Plant Vogtle: crown jewel or sow's ear?

When Georgia utility regulators last December gave the Georgia Power Company a green light to keep charging customers to build two nuclear power plants at its Vogtle site, nuclear power proponents hailed the decision as a "lifeline" for the construction of nuclear power plants in the U.S. All 29 of the other reactors asserted to constitute a "nuclear renaissance" 10 years ago have been cancelled or indefinitely delayed because of their exorbitant cost, so industry enthusiasm for continuing Vogtle Units 3 and 4 is easy to understand.

April 02, 2018 | By Peter A. Bradford Guest columnist | Opinion

Sound off for April 2

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April 02, 2018 | Anonymous calls | Sound off

Rail project expected to double port capacity

SAVANNAH - On the heels of reporting 32 percent growth in containerized trade for October, a record for Savannah, the Georgia Ports Authority Monday approved rail and gate expansion projects that members said will double capacity at the Garden City Terminal.

April 02, 2018 | Special to the Courier | Business News

Tiger’s back, but Justin Thomas will rule Masters

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April 02, 2018 | By Mike Anthony Morris Multimedia | Sports

Potholes bedevil Midway streets, drivers and council

The Midway City Council Monday struggled again with the issue of potholes along Butler Street and will vote on possible repairs at its next regular meeting April 9.

April 02, 2018 | By Joe Parker Jr. Senior correspondent | Local news

Southern Legacy Stables wins 21 awards

On March 3 the show team for Southern Legacy Stables attended the American Saddle Horse Association of Georgia's annual banquet held in Peachtree City and received 19 state high point awards and two national awards from the American Saddle Horse Association.

April 02, 2018 | Special to the Courier | Outdoors/Recreation

Repeating kindergarten won't scar a child

Q: Even though he had an early-August birthday, we started our son in kindergarten this past fall at a private Christian school. They did some testing prior to the start of the school year and told us they thought he would do okay. Now, however, they are telling us that he is "somewhat immature" and would probably benefit from another year in Kindergarten. We're upset that they accepted him in the first place, but also feel that some of his problems were due to a young and relatively inexperienced teacher. We're reluctant to hold him back out of ...

April 01, 2018 | By John Rosemond Columnist | COASTAL LIVING

Candidate's stance on guns, NRA

Editor: I received mail recently that I want to share with my neighbors in Georgia Senate District 1, where I am running to be your state senator. The letter came from the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund, and I think it will horrify you as much as it did me.

March 31, 2018 | Staff Report | Opinion

A new life is awaiting everyone

The Easter season is all about recognizing the fact that Jesus Christ came to earth to save sinners, which he did through his death on the cross.

March 31, 2018 | By Pastor Steve Lane New Beginnings Community Church | Faith

Publishers wage front-page war over missing-man story

A week had passed since Bascomb Finch made his ill-fated appearance on Raymond Cooper's radio show, but the story of his "drunken display" was still the talk of the town, thanks to Raymond Cooper and Iris Long.

March 31, 2018 | By Kevin Slimp Columnist | COASTAL LIVING

We live in interesting times, eh?

By now, you've likely read about the Liberty County sheriff's deputy who cuffed a kid as part of a career day demonstration.

March 31, 2018 | Jeff Whitten Coastal Courier | Opinion

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Memorial Health expanding heart care facilities

SAVANNAH - Memorial Health recently submitted a letter of intent to the Georgia Department of Community Health for a $30 million renovation to its Heart and ...

April 03, 2018 | Special to the Courier | Business News

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