Fort Stewart resident Judith Dene said she lost her best friend Sunday when her husband Sgt. 1st Class Jason Dene died in Iraq.
A Fort Stewart soldier died in Iraq Friday one day after being injured, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday afternoon.
State Rep. Al Williams (D-Midway) has 30 days to begin negotiating a settlement with the State Ethics Commission, stemming from allegations he misused campaign funds and failed to disclose campaign contributions and personal finances, as required by law.
The Hinesville City Council recently voted to place a 120-day moratorium on enforcement of the city's ban on placing temporary signs in city right-of-ways, a response to a request from the Hinesville Area Board of Realtors.
Their high school days are almost done, but Bradwell Institute seniors John David Howard, Mitchell McKnight and Alexandria Sletten can say they ended their high school careers by making history.
The penalties for dogfighting in Georgia got a lot tougher last week when Gov. Sonny Perdue signed legislation making the activity a felony offense in the state.
When Jerald Burgess walked into the Liberty County Voter Registration Office a few weeks ago to qualify for the Liberty County sheriff's race, he entered the building with one purpose in mind -- to be the voice of change he believes people are seeking.
Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue vetoed 17 bills Wednesday, including one that would have made it easier for children of military personnel to transfer between new schools.
A young Fort Stewart soldier, who made Long County his adopted hometown and was known for his skills on the grill and love for the outdoors, was honored Thursday for "making the ultimate sacrifice for his country."
The death of a Fort Stewart soldier in Iraq Friday is under investigation, the Department of Defense said Saturday.
Firefighters with the Walthourville Volunteer Fire Department could be in store for a raise.
Midway resident Richard White thinks the Liberty County Sheriff's Office isn't involved in the community (other than road patrols) and local programs meant to keep young people out of trouble overlook a key group.
Members of the Hinesville Fire Department and Riceboro Volunteer Fire Department had 10,000 reasons to smile recently when state Rep. Al Williams (D-Midway) brought home a $20,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for the two fire companies to split.
The interim campus for Fort Stewart's Warrior Transition Battalion was officially opened Tuesday morning with the slicing of a few red, white and blue ribbons.
Hinesville's new "sign cop" has riled real estate agents, but their request to allow temporary open house signs on city right-of-ways was put on hold by the city council Thursday.