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Trick or Treat will be Saturday, Oct. 30, from 5 - 8 p.m.  For questions, contact the City Hall. more
On the last home football game of the 2021 regular season, there will be an informal SHS Athletic Alumni Reunion. Anyone who has participated in any sport or coached at Swainsboro High School, … more
Re-elect Johnny Ray Stafford for Swainsboro City Council Ward 3 more
Prior to a Wednesday morning hearing before Chief Judge Robert Reeves, city officials and three  councilmembers  who had filed a lawsuit against the city met, resulting in the dismissal of … more

Wade Johnson discusses the positive impacts of E-SPLOST funding. more
The Emanuel County Republican Party invites all to make plans to attend this afternoon’s Mix and Mingle Republican Monday event set to begin at 6:30 p.m. at The Georgia Sports Arena in … more
Citizens of Swainsboro, As the President of the Emanuel County Branch of the NAACP I would like to take this opportunity to weigh in on the current state of our municipal government in the city of … more
Effective Monday, October 11, Emanuel Medical Center re-opened its doors to visitors and the public with only minimal restrictions as follows: • Mask are required - Visitors will be required … more

Huddie Culbreth discusses the impacts that she saw over the years as a teacher, administrator and principal in the Emanuel County School system: [cqmedia layout="panel" … more
At the Swainsboro Exchange Clubs regular weekly meeting on October 5, the club heard from Swainsboro Mayoral Candidate Greg Bennett. Bennett spoke to the club about things he hopes to accomplish … more
The Swainsboro Jaycees hosted a virtual blind question debate with Swainsboro mayoral candidates Greg Bennett and Shayna Boston on Thursday, October 7, at 7 p.m. at the Swainsboro-Emanuel County … more
An investigation that began at a Durdenville residence on Sunday morning, October 3, concluded just a few days later on Thursday, October 7, following the arrest of Christopher Steven Hickman, 35, of … more
Swainsboro Mayor Charles Schwabe discusses the benefit that E-SPLOST funds have provided in the past, and the impact that it would have on taxpayers in the future if it does not receive support on … more

Twin City Mayor & Durden Banking VP Matt Donaldson discusses the overall community impact that having great schools can have, and the ways that E-SPLOST dollars directly effect school … more
Syvetta Young is a retired educator & administator in the Emanuel County School system, and knows first hand the positive impact that support and funding provided by E-SPLOST dollars has on local … more
COVID VACCINE CLINIC October 14th 4:00pm to 6:00pm DeAlva Park 529 King Circle Dr Swainsboro, GA 30401 For more information contact Carmen Tanner, 478-289-1274. Moderna … more
Retired Emanuel County Schools Teacher Betsy Johnson talks about the impact that funding the local schools can have, and why suppport of the upcoming vote on E-SPLOST is important. … more
The Annual Downtown Swainsboro Fall Festival has been cancelled for this year due to Covid concerns. Although this is a fun event for the community, the Downtown Development Authority feels the … more

Three Swainsboro City Councilmembers filed suit Monday against the City of Swainsboro, effectively shutting down the ability of council to meet and transact any business. Councilmembers John E. … more
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