News Line for Jesup

Firefighter saves woman, receives city recognition
Josh Huffman is a quiet type of man, the kind that novels and movies call the strong, silent type—the hero type. When he was awarded a special certificate at Jesup City Hall Tuesday night, he smiled, accepted the commendation in front of a packed room and then sat with his fellow firefighters without saying a word.
Source: Jesup Press-Sentinel

Jesup makes progress despite hard times
In too many small towns in Georgia and almost every other state, one thing is striking. As Paul Harvey might have said, nothing is happening. Not so in Jesup.
Source: Jesup Press-Sentinel

Jesup is busy: Streets, parks and facilities
Ride through Jesup these days, and the road resurfacing is obvious. What might not be so obvious is the number of projects under way.
Source: Jesup Press-Sentinel

GMA got good message from Jesup
The Georgia Municipal Association is a huge organization. It represents cities, towns, and hamlets from all across the state. But as far as anyone can remember, it has been decades since it held any sort of function here.
Source: Jesup Press-Sentinel

Ordinance aims to curb quick sale of stolen items
A discussion that started in December on how to decrease the number of stolen items being sold to local businesses took up an hour-and-a-half work session and part of Tuesday night’s Jesup City Council meeting.
Source: Jesup Press-Sentinel