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Meadows Health Generates Over $275 Million for State and Local Economy

During the same time period, Meadows Regional Medical Center provided $7,438,256 in uncompensated care while sustaining more than 971 full-time jobs throughout Vidalia and the rest of the state.

GDOL and Dollar General host job fair in May

The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with Dollar General for an upcoming job fair.

Approximately 4,000 degrees conferred during Georgia Southern commencement ceremonies

This weekend, Georgia Southern celebrated approximately 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students from the University’s Statesboro, Armstrong and Liberty Campuses in a university-wide Spring 2019 Commencement ceremony and individual college ceremonies.

EGRMC Improves Hospital Safety Grade from C to B

Before the 'C' grade, the hospital had a 'D' grade and failed to report on a number of issues. The B grade shows considerable improvement and responsiveness.

Graduating athletic training majors earn 100% pass rate on exit exam

Nine graduating athletic training majors at Georgia Southern University have earned a 100% pass rate on their Board of Certification exam.

Brooklet Council Already Drafting Restrictive Beekeeping Ordinance

Days ahead of the Council meeting where Brooklet citizens plan to address Council over attempts to shutter a beekeeping operation in the city limits, some Brooklet council members have already taken matters into their own hands and directed the city attorney to limit the practice legally.

Brooklet Beekeepers Feeling Sting After City Crackdown on Hives

The City of Brooklet has issued a cease and desist letter to a Brooklet family that keeps bees on their property, citing zoning violations, stating that failure to do so will result in a $1,000 fine.