For Staff Sgt. Eric McCoy and his family, coming up with words to explain what his brother's loss feels like is next to impossible. "It's tough," he said.
The sun glistened and the winter breeze blew as several hundred family and friends of the 3rd Infantry Division's fallen soldiers filed into the bleachers Saturday at Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field. Among those gathered to pay respects to the fallen was the family of 23-year-old Steve McCoy, a sergeant from Moultrie who lost his life last June while ...
Julie Almasoud received an unexpected Christmas present – her husband, Spc. Essa Almasoud.
Who says Santa isn't real? Definitely not Julie Parrott. She's a true believer. "Well, of course, I believe in Santa," Parrott said in her thick Midwestern accent. "He lives right here in my heart." Not only does the big guy live in her heart, but according to Parrott, he has lived in her home since she was a little girl. "My grandmother used to decorate everything in her house, even ...
A Fort Stewart soldier has received one of the Army's top honors. On Friday, Spc. Danny Segui, a gunner assigned to the 3rdInfantry Division's 1-64 Armor Battalion, received a Purple Heart for wounds he suffered during his tour in Iraq last November.
The holiday season can sometimes prove to be challenging for many, especially for service men and woman. Duty stations far from home, recent redeployments and busy work schedules can make it difficult for troops to meet the holidays' expectations. But officials at Fort Stewart want to help soldiers and their families who may not be able to go home avoid ...
Members of the nonprofit organization Wreaths for Warriors Walk presented the city of Hinesville with a ceremonial wreath Wednesday in Victory Park.
Little Shakera Allen's smile was so bright it could have lit up a Christmas tree.
Family members of soldiers with the 3rd Infantry Division's 4th Brigade Combat Team received a very early Christmas present Friday night.
Staples hitting wood could be heard inside Hinesville's Coca-Cola building Wednesday night as employees of The Heritage Bank put the finishing touches on their "Disney Magic" float for tonight's parade.
It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas on Monday night as school children, with their moms and dads in tow, swarmed Bradwell Park for the city's annual Christmas in the Park event.