Greetings from sunny south Florida. I am back in my old stomping grounds, visiting my aunt in Miami.
Bradwell Institute suffered a 41-0 loss at Glynn Academy Friday, but still clinched a spot in the playoffs.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is opening disaster recovery centers today in Midway and Ludowici to help people file for FEMA individual assistance.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has confirmed they will be opening a Disaster Recovery Center in Midway tomorrow to help people file for FEMA individual assistance in person.
Today is the deadline to apply for Federal Emergency Management Agency individual assistance in person. FEMA Disaster Recovery Specialists are at the Disaster Recovery Center at Mt. Zion Church, 1370 Shaw Road, Hinesville, until 7 p.m.
Editor's note: After meeting with FEMA representatives we were made aware of the corrected application deadlines. The deadline to apply for FEMA assistance is Dec. 12, not July 17, 2017 as reported in Sunday's print edition. Also earlier reports of FEMA opening a disaster recover centery next week in Midway is no longer confirmed.
UPDATE: FEMA Representatives will be in Liberty County to help applicants apply for individual assistance in person:
A bad bounce Friday night doomed Bradwell Institute's fourth-quarter comeback bid. As a result, the Tigers fell 32-21 to Effingham County High School in a Region 2-AAAAAA football game at Hokey Jackson Stadium.
Former Bradwell Institute football standout Kareem A. Bacon was recently inducted into the Clark Atlanta University Athletic Hall of Fame.
Liberty County High School beat Brantley County 49-14 Friday night at Donell Woods Stadium. The win guarantees the Panthers the right to host the first round of the region 2-AAA playoffs.
I'll have a venti pumpkin spiced latte, please. Oh and a pumpkin cream cheese muffin. No wait, make that the pumpkin scone, please and thank you.
Bradwell Institute nudged out a 21-18 win at Hokey Jackson Stadium Monday night, beating the Brunswick Pirates in a region 2-(6) A football game.
The seventh annual Sunbury 5K on Oct. 1 attracted roughly 125 runners and walkers.
Liberty and Long County have just been approved for individual financial assistance by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
It wasn't the best finish to a football season. As a matter of fact First Presbyterian Christian Academy lost 43-8 at Robert Toombs Christian Academy Friday, but the team finished victoriously overall.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy opened the basketball season at Claxton Thursday, and the Highlanders won 77-61.
A press release issued by the U.S. Marshals Service Office of Public Affairs, has identified the marshal shot early this morning in Long County.
A U.S. Federal Marshal may have been fatally shot this morning in Long County while serving an arrest warrant.
Liberty County boys' basketball team started the season with an 83-75 win over Jenkins Saturday in Savannah.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball team went 22-4 overall and 10-0 in their region last year to win their fourth state basketball title.