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widowship


hello Effingham I got an up date for you 5 years ago my husband was killed by hit and run driver who wasn't found he was on his bicycle I be came a widow well not what it seem to be a widow I lost my best friend I lost half my income I couldn't pay the bills alone he was 44 when all this happened so even though I worked hard two jobs to ...

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Last updated 1 week, 2 days ago.
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social security


I turned 60 last month and went down to the social security office and applied for my widows benefits that's the money my husband worked and paid in and died before he could claim it well they said I made to much money and that its better to keep working and paying in and wait till 66 to retire I was shocked that they told me I could not make more then 15000 a year ...

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Last updated 2 months, 3 weeks ago.
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social security


I am turning 60 this year and the social security officer told me to come back in and they would let me draw my husband social security they call it widow benefit's my husband died in 2010 in a accident who worked paid in to social security for most of his life like you and I do. So I went to the social security office set almost 2 hours I was called to the window ...

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Last updated 5 months, 1 week ago.
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Trick or Treat?: ECSO Detains Sex Offenders


Trick or Treat?: ECSO Detains Effingham County Sex Offenders on Probation for Halloween

I intend to provide a commentary on an issue presented in the Effingham Herald’s recent article, “ECSO taking steps for Halloween safety.” Invoking precept three in Georgia’s “Terms and Conditions of Probation” (Georgia Code 42-8-35), which states that “the probationer shall report to the probation supervisor as directed,” the Effingham County Sheriff’s Office announced the detainment of probationary sex ...

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Last updated 1 year, 11 months ago.
Posted in Politics.
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A lull in the storm (Staff Blog)


There is now a lull in the storm, as television viewers have been spared the onslaught of campaign commercials for the last few days. There are a little more than three months before the November general election, and campaigns are regrouping and restocking the war chests after a lengthy stretch between the primary and the runoff. And as the time dragged on, the campaign ads seemed to get nastier and nastier. We keep hearing how ...

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Last updated 2 years, 2 months ago.
Posted in Politics.
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