Judge Paul Rose with the Atlantic Judicial Circuit of Superior Courts visited with community leaders at Tuesday's Rotary Club meeting and talked about his experiences on the bench. He also offered an update on the state of the local court systems.
The Liberty County Board of Education decided yesterday to halt construction of a new middle school on Fort Stewart, a project surrounded by uncertainties since the start.
Name: Larry Carlile Age: 49 Occupation: Chief of monitoring and planning for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services on Fort Stewart How did you get into this profession? "I came here in 1994. I was in a wildlife management school with the University of Georgia, working down at Tall Timbers research station for a few years managing longleaf pine wiregrass ecosystems and endangered red cockaded woodpeckers. And then this job opened up." What ...
Blockbuster Video recently announced plans to close up to 960 stores in the upcoming year, but it's not yet certain which stores, including the Hinesville location, will survive the chopping block.
State Superintendent Kathy Cox said it was fate that brought her to Liberty County schools on Thursday. While she enjoyed the coast's natural beauty in the morning, things fell into place.
Bil Mar, an environmental services group contracted by the Liberty County Commission, began removing asbestos from a few sections of the east end annex late last week in preparation for renovations.
Liberty County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Judy Scherer, in partnership with Savannah Technical College, is gaining ground on forming the College and Career Academy, an alternative, charter school that puts high school students into local technical training and employment opportunities.
All the way from Wrexham, Wales, Sarah Pugh, a Georgia Rotary Student Program participant, spoke to the Hinesville club Tuesday about her experience studying in the United States.
Nine months after its inception, Liberty County Drug Court is experiencing a high number of success stories, but low funds, according to its coordinator, Fran Arnsdorff.
The Liberty County Commission blessed a project that will soon link parts of Coastal Georgia with the rest of the East Coast through a recreation project spanning the height of the country.
Beside the Geechee Kunda Cultural Arts Center, shaded by a large oak tree, sits a gray hut collaboratively built by members of the community and other friends and volunteers from across the world.
The Liberty County Commission tackled a few development projects during the September meeting, coming to a decision on one project that has spurred debate within the community.
Flu season is only weeks away, and with the addition of the H1N1 strain, area health officials are bracing for a busy fall.
Like many social trends, gang activity in Liberty County is consistently evolving and expanding, according to HPD Gang Violence Det. Tracey Howard.
Liberty County School System Superintendent Dr. Judy Scherer briefed the Board of Education on Thursday about recent issues surrounding the lease for a Fort Stewart middle school. The snags may push back the school's original 2010 opening date.