Fri., November 5, 2010 2:28pm
Unsecured creditors of bankrupt Sea Island Company will get pennies on the dollar for the money they're owed. A federal bankruptcy judge has approved the coastal resort's sale to a four-way partnership of out-of-state investors. The bulk of the company's $212 million sale price will go to secured creditors like banks. Unsecured creditors like retired executives will get just $6 million of the $100 million they're owed.
Wed., November 3, 2010 4:33pm
Republicans in the state House and Senate increased their majorities in both chambers Tuesday. The gains were modest -- three in the 180-member House and one in the 56-member Senate. The big change, however, has to do with freshmen. About 20% of both chambers will be new members.
Fri., October 29, 2010 2:55pm
School officials in coastal Brunswick are experimenting with a new kind of high school -- a night school for dropouts. If enough former students enroll, the school will let dropouts under-21 earn diplomas during the evening, from 4-10pm. School officials say, the aim is to educate dropouts who now might have some kind of employment or other daily tasks.
Wed., July 28, 2010 1:42pm
Environment Georgia reported that beach closings and advisories due to pollution went up the last year in Georgia, totaling 209 days of closed or under advisory beaches. The numbers are according to the Natural Resource Defense Council's 20th annual beach water quality report.
Wed., July 21, 2010 4:35pm
The sale of more than 20,000 acres on the coast comes while the resort and land development company seeks to restructure itself. Brunswick's largest employer faces massive debt after pursuing luxury customers just before the recession hit.
Tue., July 20, 2010 3:47pm
Business and civic leaders plan to meet with the airline in an effort to prevent a major blow to the local economy.
Fri., July 2, 2010 2:35pm
The St. Simons Land Trust says it's signed a contract to acquire a 2.3 acre tract that was once home to the Sea Island Stables. Land Trust executive director Russ Marane says the trust will pay $2.6 million to acquire the site. Marane says the trust will spend $150,000 on such projects as pruning trees, installing an irrigation system and general clean-up.
Thu., May 6, 2010 4:40pm
Vacation rental managers on St. Simons Island and Tybee Island say, they se
Thu., February 4, 2010 2:17pm
Interviews about cross-racial misidentification, Little Richard and George
Thu., January 28, 2010 6:06pm
One of Glynn County's largest employers is working with its lendors to rest