Liberty County residents can interact with their protectors and learn more about staying safe during the 2011 National Night Out from 5-9 p.m. Tuesday at Bradwell Park in downtown Hinesville.
The old adage, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is," could be applied to a rise in tax-return related scams being perpetrated across the Southeast, Internal Revenue Service officials say.
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield completed its annual force protection exercise, Stewart Guardian, this week.
Local historian Judy Shippey presents the city of Hinesville with a painting on Tuesday of the old Liberty County Fair to grace the new city hall's Hinesville room. Shippey said Hinesville artist Ethelda Lee painted the fair scene.
Parents and children stood in a long line Wednesday waiting to join a wall-to-wall crowd for a back-to-school fair at Fort Stewart's Club Stewart. The annual event offers military families information about schools on and off post and showcases community resources and educational activities.
Fort Stewart parents whose children attend Department of Defense Education Activity schools on post can expect curriculum changes this school year as well as see construction begin on a new elementary school, according to DoDEA officials.
Firth Rixson Georgia Vice President Chris Bohlmann gave the Hinesville Rotary Club a clearer picture of what the aerospace seamless-ring manufacturer does.
Archer Western Contractors of Atlanta announced in a news release last week that Jesup lawyer Mike Conner would represent it in ongoing litigation related to barracks it built on Fort Stewart. The 20 barracks are part of the installation's $427 million 4th Infantry Combat Brigade Team complex.
In a 4-1 vote Thursday, the Hinesville City Council approved amending the city's charter to allow the creation of new city council districts.
Mike Hodges told Liberty County Chamber of Commerce members their No. 1 priority in preparing their businesses for a disaster or emergency is to help keep their employees safe.
Moving day finally is here for the city of Hinesville. Several departments today already have begun filling the new 48,000-square-foot city hall with furniture, boxes and people. The city broke ground on the brick and white balustrade edifice in June 2010 after demolishing the old city hall building. Choate Construction Company, headquartered in Pooler, built Hinesville's new landmark. James W. Buckley & Associates Inc. designed the new city hall. "This move entails the relocation of ...
The service and sacrifices of more than 17 area World War II veterans were honored Tuesday at a luncheon sponsored by the Glennville Chamber of Commerce.
Illinois authorities positively have identified the remains of a Midway man who went missing three years ago.
Despite claps of thunder, jagged streaks of lightning flashing across gray skies and bullet-sized raindrops, Marne soldiers gathered Thursday afternoon for a Welcome Retreat ceremony.
Army officials recently announced that former 3rd Infantry Division commander Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo will serve as the director of Force Development in Washington, D.C. Cucolo took command of the 3rd ID on July 14, 2008, and passed command to Maj. Gen. Abe Abrams on April 15.