default avatar
Welcome to the site! Login or Signup below.
|
||
Logout|My Dashboard

News

rss feed

Recent Headlines

Wednesday 07/01/2015
Just in time for the Fourth ... fireworks now legal in Georgia
Posted: July 01, 2015

Light ‘em up and let ‘em fly! This Fourth of July brings a whole new element of excitement to family fun as new Georgia laws allow for an even louder fireworks celebration.

Comments (0)
New law could mean spike in gas price
Posted: July 01, 2015

Thanks to a new law that went into effect today (Wednes 

Comments (0)
Second quarter food service inspection reports
Posted: July 01, 2015

Following are the restaurant/food service inspection reports from Candler County Health Department for the period March 27 to June 22, 2015. Note: Not all restaurants were inspected during this quarter.

Comments (0)
Heavy vehicle owners to be charged impact fees
Posted: July 01, 2015

Vehicle owners can expect to pay a fee for how much your vehicle weighs, thanks to a new Highway Impact Fee that goes into effect today (Wednesday).

Comments (0)
Tuesday 06/30/2015
The Georgia Gourd Guy is coming to Metter
Posted: June 30, 2015

Candler County Historical Society will have as guest speaker for July Reggie Eakin, who is known in these parts as “The Georgia Gourd Guy.”  The monthly meeting will be held on Monday, July 6, at 4 p.m. at the Museum.

Comments (0)
Tuesday 06/23/2015
One person can make a difference
Posted: June 23, 2015

From Metter to Greece, DEA alumni and Mercer University student Thomas Norton traveled halfway around the world to study abroad and take part in a mission trip in Hexamilia, Greece. 

Comments (0)
Metter I-16 Industrial Park receives GRAD Certification
Posted: June 23, 2015

After months of planning and preparing, Candler County’s I-16 Industrial Park has now received its certification as a GRAD (Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development) Site.

Comments (0)
Candler receives FTZ designation
Posted: June 23, 2015

The recent expansion of World Trade Center Savannah’s FTZ 104 now includes Candler and several neighboring counties. And that is potentially big business for the local community.

Comments (0)