In response to a spike in shootouts and burglaries in Hinesville, city officials plan to get more police on the streets and asking residents to cooperate with law enforcement in solving and preventing crime.
The Liberty County sheriff's race is guaranteed to continue into the fall after two Republican newcomers Friday jumped into what was a field of only Democrats looking to unseat incumbent Sheriff Don Martin.
vToday is the final day for residents hoping to run in this summer's county partisan primaries to qualify to have their names placed on the July 15 ballot.
Qualifying for this year's upcoming county partisan primaries got underway Monday as contenders from across Liberty County made their way to the Liberty County Voter Registration Office to file their official notices of candidacies.
The countdown to the start of Fort Stewart's troop buildup has begun and Hinesville Mayor Jim Thomas said the city "is in fine shape" to handle the estimated 25 percent population surge expected to hit the county in three years.
The Walthourville City Council met with residents and business owners over bacon and eggs Tuesday morning to celebrate what officials called recent successes and to discuss plan.
Another name can be added to the list of competitors hoping to unseat Georgia's senior U.S. senator, Saxby Chambliss.
The Department of Defense announced Wednesday officials are looking into the death of a Fort Stewart soldier who died in Iraq Tuesday.
Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue recently announced Liberty County, as part of a regional radio network, will share in $20 million in Public Safety Interoperable Communications grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
With a few tosses of dirt from shovel-wielding officials, the Memorial Drive Realignment Project got under way ceremoniously Monday.
The city of Hinesville and its Downtown Development Authority will break ground Monday morning on the long-awaited Memorial Drive realignment.
The field of contenders looking to dethrone longtime Liberty County Sheriff J. Don Martin just got more crowded.
Good news, Liberty Countians, funding toward a new Department of Family and Children Services building is on the way.
A roadside bomb took the life of a Fort Stewart soldier in Iraq over the weekend, the Department of Defense said Monday.
The 14th annual Liberty County Relay for Life kicks off Friday ,and organizers are looking forward to a night of "youthful" celebrations, appearances and plenty of activities to keep participants awake during the 12-hour event.