Pollution in Brunswick; Emerald Trail progress; Jacksonville’s haunted history
Decades of industrial pollution have left a literal watermark on the landscape of Brunswick, Georgia.
Toxic waste poisoned the ground and waters in the city and surrounding county, which is home to 16 known hazardous waste sites. Now those same chemicals have been found in the bloodstreams of longtime residents.
Noah Scovronick, assistant professor of environmental health at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta.
Dana Barr, Emory University researcher and professor of environmental health at the Rollins School.
Alice Keyes, vice president of coastal conservation at One Hundred Miles, a group dedicated to Georgia's coastline.
Jazz Watts, justice strategist.
The Emerald Trail, a network of walkable and bikeable paths, is planned around Downtown Jacksonville. The city has marked significant progress recently on the project.
Guest: Kay Ehas, CEO of Groundwork Jacksonville.
Jacksonville’s haunted stories
In the spirit of Halloween, we delved into the eerie tales that lurk within the city of Jacksonville, uncovering the haunting stories that add an extra chill to your spooky day.
Guest: Bill Delaney, author and Jacksonville Today contributor.