The state opened a new program Monday to help parents of small children weigh their options for child care.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation recently confirmed that new leads in the Debora Gail Deloach Moody missing person case have encouraged them to search for more clues.
Beards and moustaches come in all shapes, sizes and colors. There's the Dali, the Emperial, the Fumanchu, the Alaskan Whaler, the Musketeer, the Verdi and the Garibaldi style - just to name a few. Hinesville resident Bill Mitchell calls his furled facial hair a partial beard mutton chop. "It's an extremely long sideburn," Mitchell said with a chuckle. Last weekend at the ninth Biennial World Beard and Moustache Competition in Anchorage, Alaska, Mitchell's long, ...
Members of the Fort Stewart Growth Management Partnership said they are finally progressing after a four-month delay in hiring a consulting firm.
With a frail hand, World War II veteran Jack White gripped a white cap over his chest during Monday's Memorial Day ceremony at the Fred L. Ginter American Legion Post in Hinesville.
Fort Stewart and Hinesville officials are still waiting for news on the 5th Brigade Combat Team.
It certainly rained Saturday, but not on the Liberty County High School graduates' parade.
DUBLIN - Dublin-Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse Andrews solemnly looked down at the metal floor of the Blackhawk helicopter he was riding in Wednesday afternoon.
Spc. Ryan Edwards drives through a red light. He has driven before, but never anything as large and heavy as what he's driving now. "Just relax and go 15 miles per hour," says a soldier seated to Edward's right. Then it starts to rain. A few miles down the road, the rain turns to snow. Edwards loses control and his vehicle skids and collides with another parked on the side of the road. "It's ...
Two Hinesville residents have been accused of stealing five diamondback terrapins from the Tybee Island Marine Center.
Recalling the last time a hurricane actually struck the coast of Georgia is hard for most people, even storm-tracking professionals.
Residents who live in Building S of the Raintree Apartments were allowed back into their homes Wednesday morning, a day after a fire forced them to spend the night in a motel.
A Washington woman has filed a malpractice suit in federal court for the pain and suffering she said she and her daughter endured after medical officials at Fort Stewart's Winn Army Community Hospital conducted two abortion procedures, leaving her unknowingly pregnant.
Residents stood outside their apartments Tuesday afternoon as firefighters climbed ladders to the roof of a smoking building at Raintree Apartments, 601 Saunders Ave.
The hum of unmanned, aerial vehicles could be heard overhead as cannons blasted smoke through the air at the Taylors Creek Drop Zone on Fort Stewart Friday.