Manna House, which serves people who have low-incomes, are in transition periods or have recently become unemployed, is in need of donations.
Flemington City Council approved a smoking ordinance for the municipality during its regular meeting this month.
The third annual "Christmas for the Troops" Stocking Drive, presented by Soldiers' Angels, is well under way. Stockings will be prepared with goodies for soldiers who are deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.
The fourth annual Blues and BBQ Concert in Hinesville will be from 6-10 p.m. Sept. 15 at Bradwell Park.
One of the largest rice plantations in coastal Georgia during the colonial era, LeConte-Woodmanston near Riceboro is fighting years of neglect to again become a destination.
While the rain may have ruined Labor Day weekend plans for some it was much needed. Savannah-Hilton Head International airport reported 4.39 inches of rain from Saturday through midday Sunday. Buddy Salter in Pooler reported receiving 2.25 inches of rain, and Johnny Swafford of Keller (Bryan County) said he received 17 inches of rain. WTOC TV received 4.97 inches of rain from Saturday through late in the day Sunday. Georgia Forestry Commission ranger David ...
Kenan Kern, district governor-elect, addressed the Rotary Club recently about the importance of supporting The Rotary Foundation. The mission of the foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty. The foundation was created in 1917 as an endowment fund for Rotary "to do good in the world." One of the foundation's major humanitarian programs is PolioPlus, which ...
The Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon was televised on Monday, Sept. 3 on Savannah's Channel WSAV.
Liberty County Recreation Department Director Jimmy Martin received the James Colley Award, the highest award an individual in one of the districts of the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association can receive, on Aug. 15.
The Flemington City Council agreed to help the Midway Museum pay for distributing its brochures during a monthly meeting on Aug. 14.
Smiles and laughter were abundant as children started a new school year Monday and caught up with friends.
Henry Relaford, a World War II veteran and long-time Riceboro City Council member, has finally received his honorary high school diploma more than 50 years after completing his degree.