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    Authorities arrest person of interest after Alma Merle Norman burns down

    Sunday, May 27 2018 11:13 PM EDT2018-05-28 03:13:15 GMT
    James Lee Harrison (Source: Alma Police Department)James Lee Harrison (Source: Alma Police Department)

    A person of interest has been identified after the Merle Norman on S. Dixon Street in Alma burned down early Friday morning. 

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    A person of interest has been identified after the Merle Norman on S. Dixon Street in Alma burned down early Friday morning. 

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  • Tybee Island stays busy as Alberto looms

    Tybee Island stays busy as Alberto looms

    Sunday, May 27 2018 10:55 PM EDT2018-05-28 02:55:34 GMT
    (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

    As subtropical storm Alberto approaches the Florida Panhandle, some beaches in the greater Chatham county area are beginning to see the effects of the storm, including Tybee Island. 

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    As subtropical storm Alberto approaches the Florida Panhandle, some beaches in the greater Chatham county area are beginning to see the effects of the storm, including Tybee Island. 

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  • Park Service: Rising sea levels threaten some Georgia parks

    Park Service: Rising sea levels threaten some Georgia parks

    Sunday, May 27 2018 7:22 PM EDT2018-05-27 23:22:03 GMT
    (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

    A new study by the National Park Service found that rising sea levels threaten some national park land in Georgia.

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    A new study by the National Park Service found that rising sea levels threaten some national park land in Georgia.

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