On Wednesday morning, children who attend First Presbyterian Christian Academy in Hinesville gathered around the school's flagpole to pray for their community, local leaders and city, state and national government.
On Saturday, more than 50 people gathered on the front lawn of the Historic Dorchester Academy in Midway to partake in "A Day at Old Dorchester."
Staff Sgt. Jason Williams clutched his infant son close to his chest Monday night on Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field.
Liberty County residents hit the streets of Hinesville for their heroes on Friday night at the first annual Hoofin' It for Our Heroes 5/10K and Family Fun Run, sponsored by the Liberty County United Way.
More than 100 people gathered in Riceboro early Sunday for a historical baptism ceremony at one of the oldest, if not the only, traditional baptismal sites left in Liberty County.
Hinesville's gospel sensation Terry Newsome is currently in Nashville, Tenn., for the Just Plain Folks Music Awards, where he has been nominated for awards in the categories of Best Album, Best Gospel Song and Best Urban Gospel Song for songs featured on his 2007 album "Mo Soul Music."
Name: Tracy Rucker, also known as TKO
Unemployment rates in Liberty County are holding steady, despite Georgia's jobless population reaching nearly a half-million in July.
Relay for Life 2009 has ended, but local organizers and team members are already gearing up for next year.
Live Oak Public Library officials hope a new advertising and marketing campaign headed to Hinesville will get more people "geeked" about supporting local library branches.
Name: Brigitte Cabeza-Shanken
LUDOWICI - Sgt. First Class Audrey McIntee took a knee beside the wheelchair of 91-year-old Faye Darsey.
Liberty County School System administrators are trying to determine how to lessen the blow struck by Gov. Sonny Perdue to the state's education budget earlier this week.
Fort Stewart housing officials are taking a closer look at housing renovation and demolition plans for the post after a Facebook group shed light on shoddy living conditions in some of the installation's subdivisions, most notably the enlisted housing area called Marne Terrace.
The soggy grass at Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field squished beneath the boots of soldiers from the 549th Military Police Company, 385th Military Police Battalion and 3rd Infantry Division during Thursday's tree ceremony as they lined up on Warrior's Walk to meet the family of one of their fallen heroes, Spc. Roberto Hernandez.