Glynn County deputies arrested Deddrick Jackson of McIntosh County Sunday night and Hinesville Police have since said he is responsible for a string of business burglaries and car heists up and down the Georgia coast.
Hinesville native and former Bradwell Tiger and Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket, Gary Guyton, has signed with the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent.
The Bradwell Tigers' men track team ran, jumped and threw their way to a region 3-AAAAA title, making it the second year in a row the men came out as top cats at the regional track meet at Savannah State University last week.
A shootout at the Crossroads Shopping Center Saturday afternoon has led to the arrest of a man who may also have ties to the recent nighttime shootings in a residential area.
What a big difference a year makes, especially for the Panthers track team. A team that barely placed for a spot in the 3-AAA regionals last year came back this year with a vengeance, sweeping the regional trophy away from their main rival, the Burke County Bears.
The Liberty County Panthers gave up a 5-4 lead in the 7th inning Saturday against the Jeff Davis Yellow Jackets, letting the Jackets come ahead by one and take the game 5-6, even with the Jackets facing 2 outs.
The black and gold balloons lined the stands and posters were pinned up at the concessions stand as the Liberty County Panthers went into their last home game of the season Thursday night against the McIntosh County Academy Pirates.
The Bradwell Tigers lost two back-to-back games Thursday against Pierce and Friday against regional rival Jenkins.
Search warrants were served last week and Hinesville Police hope to start making arrests for a string of more than 40 residential and business burglaries in April.
The Bradwell Tigers (6-15 overall, 6-4 region) traveled to Savannah Tuesday night to take on the Beach Bulldogs. By swinging the bat and locking up the defense the Tigers quickly crushed the Bulldogs 24-2.
Bradwell High graduate and Georgia Tech linebacker Gary Guyton is among the nine Yellow Jackets poised for the NFL draft this weekend.
A new investment for the Eastern District Volunteer Fire Department is already paying out dividends, according to Chief Joseph Martin.
The Liberty County Panthers (10-8 overall, 6-3 region) have claimed the number 2 spot in 3S-AAA behind the South Effingham Mustangs as they prepare to finish the regular season at the Mustangs' field tonight at 6.
The Bradwell Tigers soccer team took the field at home Tuesday night to host the first round of playoffs against the Colquitt County Packers.
A quiet night was shattered last Friday when as many as 20 shots rang out in the Pointe South and Summerwind areas.
Liberty County Recreation Department Director Jimmy Martin was the guest speaker at Thursday's Progress through People Luncheon hosted by the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce. The event was held at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center in Fleming-ton.
Georgia Southern University's new football coach, Willie Fritz, was the guest speaker at Tuesday's Rotary meeting at the LaQuinta Inn in Flemington.
Local bowlers Hunter Miller, Joseph Yarbrough, TJ Standard and BJ Cedola all competed at the 2014 Georgia Games last weekend in Lawrenceville.
Liberty County Superior Court Judge D. Jay Stewart spent Monday busily working through the criminal court docket. Many of the cases he dealt with have been in the news before, but have surfaced again recently because of defendants' requests for new trials, bond reductions and resentencing.
Although a preseason game primarily helps the coaching staff determine where their team is at, it's still a game coaches want to win.
Former Bradwell Institute football player Ulrick John was honored by Mayor Jim Thomas on Thursday for being the first Hinesville native to be drafted by a National Football League team.
Everyone was sporting new camp shirts Thursday morning as Atlanta Calcio Academy wrapped up its four-day elite soccer training at James Brown Park.
The Bradwell Institute Tigers resumed team practices this week after taking one week off as required by the Georgia High School Association. The players trained with their helmets on, allowing them to become acclimated to the heat.
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