Thursday, April 8, 2010

GNB Update

It's Thursday...Here's what's happening at GNB...

One of America's most popular radio personalities makes a stop in Savannah. reports that syndicated radio host Tom Joyner came to coastal Georgia Wednesday morning. He was there to encourage citizens to send in their Census forms for 2010. The most recent stats show that just over half of Savannah residents had filled out the paperwork.

A nursing home down the coast makes some needed corrections. The Brunswick News reports that the Georgia Department of Health and Human Services found no deficiencies in the Southeast Georgia Health Care System Senior Center last Friday. The Brunswick-based facility had failed two previous inspections.

A college professor says goodbye after more than three decades on the job. The Tifton Gazette reports Eddie Seagle announced his retirement as a professor at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Seagle has taught agriculture and environmental horticulture at ABAC for 32 years.

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