Hinesville was among four cities and two development authorities in Georgia to receive grants to clean up toxic areas from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week.
The Liberty County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's president, the Rev. Liston Singletary III, received a national award at the recent 56th annual Southeast Region NAACP Civil Rights Advocacy Training Institute.
Hinesville officials have just a few weeks left to develop and complete the city's 2008 Annual Action Plan for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
April officially became Fair Housing Month in Hinesville Thursday when Mayor Jim Thomas signed a proclamation.
A 25-year-old Texan is the latest loss suffered by the 3rd Infantry Division, the Department of Defense said Thursday.
Georgia U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson became only the second sitting-senator to step foot on Ludowici soil when he recently visited the Diversity Health Center site in Long County.
Azalea Street residents took to the streets Friday, hoping their protest over a Taco Bell being built near their Hinesville neighborhood will cause the restaurant's owners to change the site design.
Courtroom A of the Liberty County Courthouse was filled to capacity Monday when family, friends and colleagues came out to remember former State Court Solicitor J. Sidney Flowers as he received a rare honor from the U.S. Postal Service.
Sgt. Dayne Dhanoolal was just three weeks away from coming home when he volunteered to go on a mission in a volatile section of Baghdad on Monday.
Sgt. Jevon Jordan clung to life nearly a week after being critically injured in a roadside bomb blast that killed three of his fellow soldiers, but the Fort Stewart soldier's fight for life ended Saturday, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.
When Kathy Winn has left her house in the morning the last few weeks, instead of being greeted by the smell of fresh morning air, she's treated to the scent of construction work and gas fumes.
Georgia's U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson blames lawmakers, not the military, for shortcomings in medical care provided to wounded soldiers in recent years.
As the buses filled with returning members of the 1st Brigade Combat Team rolled past Cottrell's Field review stands Wednesday afternoon, Stacy Whitehead sat in anticipation of the moment she would see her husband for the first time in more than six months.
A Virginia shipyard has been its docking station the last three years, but Georgia's namesake submarine is headed home this week and counties across the state are taking part in a welcome home project.
The 3rd Infantry Division was hit with another loss in Iraq Friday when a 22-year-old combat engineer was killed near Baghdad, the Department of Defense said Monday.