Reporting role will focus on Liberty County
Work is making a difference in Coastal Georgia.
Funding will build capacity at Georgia’s only nonprofit investigative newsroom.
Funding will be used to reach and serve more readers.
The Current Develops Central Community Calendar to Track Local Government Meeting Schedules and Agendas
Goal of six-month project is to make government participation as painless as possible for citizens.
Grant will help The Current reach readers through new technology.
Grant will support newsroom reporting on criminal justice.
Jake Shore joins The Current June 1, 2022, to cover criminal justice.
Editor in Chief Margaret Coker was recognized as an award-winning veteran investigative reporter who heads Georgia’s only nonprofit digital investigative news organization.
“Georgia’s murder statute and how the Ahmaud Arbery trial may play out,” interview.
The Current, Georgia Local News Collaborative gets $90K Google North American Innovation Challenge grant, Nov. 16, 2021
Funding enables statewide research about news organizations and their audiences that will undergird ongoing work together.
Attorney comments are another sign race is central in trial of McMichaels, Bryan.
Georgia Today: Arbery murder trial shines spotlight on troubled Glynn County law enforcement.
Discussion on Ahmaud Arbery case and Glynn County policing.
The Current, Coastal Georgia’s only in-depth investigative news source, recently hired experienced environmental journalist Mary Landers to report on environmental issues affecting the Georgia coastline.
Coker on ‘Political Rewind,’ June 16, 2021
The Current, Coastal Georgia’s only nonprofit nonpartisan investigative news organization, will engage an experienced full-time reporter to cover the environment on the state’s 100-mile coast as a result of gifts from two prestigious Georgia-focused family foundations. The R. Howard Dobbs Jr. Foundation has awarded The Current $300,000 over a three-year period, and the Bobolink Foundation…
Meet our four 2021 summer fellows who will report on public safety, education, environment and government accountability. They are part of our mission to help grow the next generation of in-depth journalists. Two are residents of Savannah and two are new to Coastal Georgia.
Google News Initiative’s Digital Growth Program has selected The Current as one of 10 organizations in its Audience Lab. The news comes just after reporter Laura Corley won a fellowship stipend for project work from the Doris O’Donnell Investigative Journalism Fellowship.