‘It made us look beyond our doors’

One was just five days old, another had seen a century. Some were business owners, some knew destitution before the devastation. They were retirees, students, ... Read more

Commission gives green light for aldermen to say ‘yes’

We called for leadership, and Thursday night’s vote at the Brookhaven Planning Commission was exactly that. By approving the requested special use (S-1) distinction for ... Read more

Igniting a passion for the arts

All things artistic are picking up around Brookhaven. The week kicked off with news about a new Lincoln County Choral Society that’s looking for talented ... Read more

Walking trail will boost parks system

Work began Monday on the newest addition to Brookhaven’s system of parks. Bulldozers and dump trucks swarmed around tree-shaded Bicentennial Park as soil was excavated ... Read more

Leaders need to say ‘yes’ to our elderly

With more and more baby boomers entering or nearing retirement, concerns can only grow in coming years about where this surging population of seniors will ... Read more

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