Thousands drive under the sign every day, but most never see the misspelling. Actually, it spells a correct word, but according to an unidentified resident, it's the wrong spelling of the name of the person for whom the street supposedly was named.
Archery season for deer hunters begins Sept. 8. Before most eager hunters head for the woods, however, they'll need to take a safety class.
"Georgia's Rolling State Park" follows a 40-mile stretch of railroad track between Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park near Cordele and the tiny community of Archery just west of Plains.
Empirical data from recent studies of low-income families has researchers rethinking the importance of the father in the home, or one who is at least accessible and involved, according to Felicia Yang DeLeone, policy researcher with the Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness.
Hinesville Rotary Club members heard a presentation Tuesday on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project by Col. Jeffrey M. Hall, commander, Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The Hinesville Military Affairs Committee on Monday recognized sponsors and volunteers who made HMAC's food court a success at Fort Stewart's Fourth of July celebrations.
The population of red-cockaded woodpeckers on Fort Stewart has more than doubled in the past 18 years, according to Larry Carlile, wildlife biologist supervisor with Fort Stewart's Fish & Wildlife Branch of the Environmental & Natural Resources Division of the Directorate of Public Works.
More than 600 expectant parents participated in Winn Army Community Hospital's second annual Baby Expo from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at the hospital.
Military veterans in Coastal Georgia have a number of options for services and benefits they may qualify for through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Georgia Department of Veterans Affairs. However, getting specific information about these options may require persistence on a veteran's part.
Winn Army Community Hospital on Thurday opened its newest pediatric clinic with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The clinic marks the completion of the Army's transition to Patient-Centered Medical Homes for Winn's primary-care clinics, according to Col. Ronald Place, commander of the U.S. Army Medical Department Activity of Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield.
Community leaders held a reception Friday evening at Bryant Commons for Fort Stewart's new military leaders. The reception focused on Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield's new U.S. Army Garrison commander and command sergeant major, Col. Kevin Gregory and Command Sgt. Maj. Louis Felicioni, as well as the 3rd Infantry Division's deputy commanding general-rear, Col. John Hort, and 3rd ID rear detachment Command Sgt. Maj. Jimmy L. Pegues.
Fort Stewart and Hinesville stand to lose 7,000 defense-related jobs if sequestration takes effect Jan. 2, 2013, warned Georgia's senior U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss on Monday during a visit to the MidCoast Regional Airport.
Pigs were brought to North America by early settlers nearly 500 years ago as domestic livestock. Today, feral or wild hogs are found in 40 states. Annually, these invasive pests cause millions of dollars in damage to agricultural crops and the environment.
According to an Aug. 6 article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, 9 percent of Georgia's workers are unemployed, while another 16.4 percent are underemployed. And these numbers don't include those whose unemployment benefits have expired and were dropped from the rolls of the unemployed.
Col. Ron Place, commander of Winn Army Community Hospital and U.S. Army Medical Department Activity Command for Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield, refuses to take credit for the concept of collocating Army Medical Evaluation Board personnel with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs assessment specialists.
Church is a major part of every community in Liberty County, and music is a major part in every church service.
Thursday's Hinesville City Council meeting included only three action items and five information items on the agenda.
Hinesville Rotary Club members donated their time Saturday morning to mark storm drains throughout the city. The drains that were marked carry water and runoff through Bryant Commons to Peacock Creek and North Newport River, club President Marcus Sack explained.
A celebrity bartending event sponsored Monday by the Hinesville Rotary Club and the LaQuinta Inn and Suites raised $350 for the Liberty/Long County office of the American Red Cross, according to Rotary Vice President Brigitte Shanken.
For 71 of his 83 years on Earth, George Ginter has been a Scout.
My wife, kids, mama and a mess of doctors have strongly suggested that I try to eat healthy. But eating healthy is harder than most folks think.
Fort Stewart's Warrior Transition Battalion got a new commander during a change of command ceremony Friday morning at Marne Garden.
The widow of murdered Fort Stewart soldier Spc. John Joseph Beans Eubank was ordered detained by federal Judge G.R. Smith during a federal court hearing Tuesday morning in Savannah.
Susanne Lawler went back to her native Sweden last summer to undergo medical treatment and get medicines she could not afford in this country. She left her American husband and then-9-year-old son here in Hinesville for what she thought would be a three-week trip. That was six months ago.
About 160 soldiers with the 3rd Infantry Division's 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team are taking part in a gender-integration study for the Army's Training and Doctrine Command and the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine. The five-week long Physical Demand Study began three weeks ago, said Lt. Col. Mark Olsen, commander of 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment.
Hinesville Rotary Club members heard some hard facts about burglaries during Tuesday's lunch meeting, where Hinesville Police Officer James Williams told the group that HPD has investigated 42 burglaries since Jan. 1.
Armstrong Atlantic State University recently demonstrated why it's called a "military friendly" school.
The only time I'm not reading, writing or thinking deeply about something is when I'm fishing or sitting on the back porch at the end of a long work day.
Hinesville's Fire Marshal Maurice "Moe" McDuffie Sr. said it's wise to be prepared when opportunity knocks, because you may not get a second chance.
Students and faculty at the Liberty College and Career Academy showed off the work-ready skills and workplace ethics they've been honing during an open house Thursday night.