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Emiko Diaz remembered for her joy of family and learning
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
The Rev. Alan Akridge tried Monday to fathom the unfathomable — the deaths of Jesus Diaz and his young wife Emiko in a murder-suicide early Sunday morning that left his parish at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in shock.

CCGA freshmen move into residence halls
Monday, August 22, 2016
Earlier this week, the Garner family packed two cars with three incoming College of Coastal Georgia students, all their clothes and dorm supplies and the family's three dogs and drove eight hours from Cookeville, Tenn., to Brunswick.

CCGA opens second residence hall
Saturday, August 06, 2016
The College of Coastal Georgia opened the doors Friday to its second residence hall, Mariner Village. State legislators, Glynn County's community leaders and University System of Georgia officials, who traveled from Atlanta for the event, cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony, which took place 14 months after the building's ground breaking.

Rugby club to partner with local Hammerhead Rugby club
Monday, August 01, 2016
The Golden Isles Rugby Football Club wants all local rugby players to participate in next month's anniversary bash. In the last weekend of August, the local rugby team, known as the Hammerheads, will celebrate its 40th anniversary in the Golden Isles. The club launched in 1976, and since its inception, hundreds of local rugby players have played for or against the squad.

iCan Bike camp provides life-changing experience
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Cheers erupted throughout the gym when Kira Browning, 11, rode a bike on her own for the first time on Wednesday. "Look I'm doing it," she yelled over the applause. "I'm doing it, Mom, I'm really doing it."

Workshop promotes education through cooking
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Students and teachers alike learned about math and science Tuesday morning while eating their own homemade ice cream. At a workshop funded by the state Improving Teacher Quality grant, received by the College of Coastal Georgia School of Education and Teacher Preparation program in 2015, teachers have spent the last two weeks learning how to incorporate cooking into their math and science lesson plans.

Coastal Georgia men shoot for third-straight national title
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Coastal Georgia men's golf team is on the verge of a dynasty. The Mariners have gained clout in the NAIA golf world for their back-to-back national championships. They did it two years ago for the program's first. They coasted again last season with a team that picked up eight wins and the national title, thanks to a team made up exclusively of All-Americans.

Walter McNeely leaves a legacy of service, generosity
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Walter McNeely, a key figure in the Golden Isles community and a World War II Navy veteran, has passed away. He leaves behind a legacy of community service and generosity that touched the lives of many people in the area.

CCGA graduate overcomes challenges
Thursday, May 05, 2016
Holly Cochran will talk to you with a soft, classic southern lilt, readily describing herself as a good ol' Glynn County country girl, living with her husband, Tony, in the village of Thalmann, a proverbial stone's throw or two from Brantley County.

A.D. Pete Correll to visit campus for Coastal Conversation
Friday, April 15, 2016
Members of the community are invited to join faculty, staff, and students for a stimulating series of conversations – live one-on-one interviews – featuring prominent Golden Isles residents who have had outstanding careers and are willing to share their experiences. For the fourth "Coastal Conversation" on Tuesday, April 19, at 6 p.m. in the Stembler Theatre of the Campus Center, noted businessman, author, civic leader and CCGA Brown Family Executive-in-Residence Reg Murphy interviews Brunswick native and former Georgia Pacific CEO A.D. "Pete" Correll.

College shows off its new residence hall
Friday, April 08, 2016
Megan Maloof doesn't know yet if she will find herself living in the Lakeside Village or the soon-to-be-completed Mariners Village on campus at College of Coastal Georgia.


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