Friday, April 1, 2016


Glynn County lawmakers have figured out a way to fund a new and larger animal services center.   They're planning on adopting a dog tax where every dog is taxed a dollar a pound.

Traffic going to St. Simons Island will soon be getting worse.  A federal mass transit grant will fully pay for the construction of a subway from Brunswick to the island.  Due to the project, starting  next month, the heavily traveled four lane roadway will be reduced to two lanes for at least four years.

A wealthy land developer is planning on opening an outdoor strip club here in the Golden Isles.  The proposed location for the outdoor "Dirty Rug" is near Neptune Park's big whale in the St. Simons Island Pier Village.

Citing a desire to build an athletic powerhouse, local officials have voted to consolidate all high school students into one facility.  Under the plan Brunswick High School will be bought by the College of Coastal Georgia for one hundred million dollars.  Glynn Academy will then become the county's sole public high school after the campus is renovated with several additions being built on surrounding property that now includes several church buildings, historic houses, and a public housing project.

In a major turn on the campaign trail Donald Trump and Ted Cruz got into a physical altercation at a debate last night.  As a result both have withdrawn from the race.  In an emergency meeting the Republican Party has decided to draft Tim Tebow to run against the Democratic Party's nominee.

Due to a binding contract with the S.E.C, former University of Georgia Coach Mark Richt the University of Miami is moving into the conference.  To make room the Bulldogs will have to move to the A.C.C.

Residents in Sterling say they've had enough.  A grass roots movement, upset with the lack of bike paths and playgrounds in the suburb, want to incorporate.  The city of Sterling would include Everett City and Zuta with 341/99 Parker's being used as city hall until a new building can be constructed.