Area U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, made the grade Wednesday when the American Conservative Union named him to its "Honor Roll" of members in the 110th Congress for receiving an above-average score on its 2007 ratings.
Local U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Savannah) got some good news this week when the world's largest business federation declared its support for his re-election bid.
Area juvenile court judges, child welfare workers, school leaders, police officers and others concerned with neglected and abused children will gather in Hinesville on Friday to discuss ways to improve the handling of such cases in southeast Georgia.
With the July primary less than a month away, the Liberty County Branch of the NAACP is giving residents a chance to hear local candidates in their own words.
Hinesville Mayor Jim Thomas joined members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6602 Tuesday to celebrate the group's upcoming Buddy Poppies fundraiser.
The gentle breeze blowing on Fort Stewart could not dry the tears rolling down the faces of family and friends Thursday morning as three more eastern red bud trees and engraved granite markers were added to Warriors Walk.
Hinesville has undergone an explosion in commercial and residential construction in recent years, but the need to make space for new developments did not hinder the city from reaching a major milestone in its effort to remain green.
After nearly a year of pushing legislation to make all federal contractors verify their employees' work eligibility, area U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, finally had his wish granted by President Bush this week.
State Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, said he plans to come to an agreement with the State Ethics Commission by the end of the month, but contends he still has not received a full explanation of the charges being levied against him by the watchdog agency.
Project Reach G.A.N.G. Inc.'s annual Back to School Rally is more than a month away, but organizers are spreading the word early, hoping to bring in an even larger crowd than normal.
Project Reach G.A.N.G. Inc.'s annual "Back to School Rally" is more than a month away, but organizers are spreading the word early, hoping to bring in an even larger crowd than normal.
State Rep. Al Williams (D-Midway), in the midst of a 30-day deadline to settle sanctions for alleged campaign finance violations, said he had no idea he was under investigation in a recent interview with the Florida Times-Union.
The Hinesville Military Affairs Committee is gearing up for its two-day soldier and family appreciation event on Fort Stewart and looking to the local community for help providing food for thousands of service members and their loved ones.
"If you don't have time to be committed to the position you hold, then you need to resign."
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved the National Defense Authorization Act, a bill that includes more than $430 million in federal funding to help Fort Stewart prepare for the new infantry brigade combat team headed its way.