The Jesup City Council is scheduled to decide to move forward on one of four options for revamping the city’s sewer plant.
Mayor Chris Even has clarified when the amount in the sewer fund is expected to reach $1,000,000. ...(Continued)
June 23, 2020: During these challenging times, Prinsco is striving to unify and positively impact...(Continued)
The #5 ranked Jesup softball team shut out Clayton Ridge on June 18.
Don Bosco closed out their first week of the season against Janesville on June 19.
Other News Stories In the Jesup Citizen Herald Newspaper
- Courthouse closed July 3
- Garden Club members glad to gather again at June meeting
- Friday, July 17: Drive-In Movie Night, Jesup Bible Fellowship, 9 PM.
- Family members only at 4-H livestock shows July 6-10; live auction is Saturday, July 11
- Lexington Estate to host No-Contact Poker Walk on July 3
- The Library has Reopened for Grab & Go Services!!
- In The Sky During July
- Urgent Care returns to its original location
- Annika Wall named to Dean's List
- Kirkwood Community College Dean’s List honors
- Becker Graduates from Mount Mercy University
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