Tue., July 28, 2015 10:01am
In a year-long study, the National Park Service is looking for sites that are significant to the period of Reconstruction, which followed the Civil War.
Tue., August 13, 2013 8:00am
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial may not be ready for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington later this month. Workers had been removing a disputed inscription from the memorial, but an architect says a contracting problem has stalled the project.
Tue., April 16, 2013 12:51pm
John Muir is considered one of the environmental movement's founding fathers. He's most celebrated for his work in the West. But if it weren't for a trip to the South, he might not have gone west. He developed some of his core ideas in Savannah.
Thu., January 31, 2013 10:00am
A worker at Cumberland Island National Seashore has discovered the remains of what could be a Confederate warship. The islands off Georgia’s historic coast are no stranger to shipwrecks. But this particular vessel has captured the attention of residents more than most.
Mon., December 31, 2012 12:00pm
Cumberland Island National Seashore officials are asking the public to give them guidance on the seashore's core values. It's all part of an effort to update foundation documents at all of the National Park System's nearly 400 sites across the country. Foundation documents don't provide specific management actions but do guide policy decisions.
Tue., December 18, 2012 8:13am
Cumberland Island National Seashore officials are asking the public to give them guidance on the seashore's core values. It's all part of a an effort to update Foundation Documents at all of the National Park System's nearly 400 units across the country.
Thu., September 20, 2012 11:03am
The Augusta Canal National Heritage Area is set to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funding at the end of the month if Congress doesn’t act. Congress created the Augusta Canal area in 1996 but put a time limit on federal funding. The National Park Service has to recommend whether to continue funding, but it has not finished reviews of several other national heritage areas, leaving the canal waiting.
Wed., August 1, 2012 12:15pm
The National Park Service has given the go ahead for Cumberland Island National Seashore to raze three-homes that recently came into agency's possession. The decision finalizes a plan spelling out how the Seashore will use seven island homes that two years ago became public property under agreements signed in the 1970's.