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Marley Ramon Lewis

Marley Ramon Lewis was born to Kay Lynn Lewis and Colby Ramon Lewis at 4:48 a.m. on Dec. 26. Born at Liberty Regional Medical Center, baby Marley weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and measured 19 inches.

January 11, 2010 | Staff Report | Births


Twins Michaiah Kevona and Micah Kevon Hill

Michaiah Kevona and Micah Kevon Hill were born to Shakema and Donte Hill at 11:05 a.m. and 11:07 a.m. on Dec. 21.

January 11, 2010 | Staff Report | Births


A’jayla Levalle Kenty

A'jayla Levalle Kenty was born to Mieka Levalle Tatum and Jeffrey Leondria Kenty at 11:10 a.m. on Dec. 26. Born at Liberty Regional Medical Center, baby A'jayla weighed 6 pounds, 4.4 ounces and measured 18.75 inches.

January 11, 2010 | Staff Report | Births


Ashlyn Mary Janice Helton

January 11, 2010 | Staff Report | Births


Winn Welcomes first baby of year

Yiana Hernandez, Winn Army Community Hospital's first baby born in 2010, arrived Jan 4, and weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces.

January 11, 2010 | Staff report | Births


Two women injured in 196 collision

Two women were injured in a head-on collision Friday in Hinesville.

January 11, 2010 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | Public Safety


Advice to grandsons for a new year

To Brian and Thomas Yarbrough and Nicholas Wansley:

January 11, 2010 | By Dick Yarbrough Columnist | Opinion


Spouse-deprived = sleep-deprived

Perhaps the most widespread complaint I hear from military spouses about their soldier being deployed is the resulting inability to sleep.

January 11, 2010 | By Joselynn McKenna Columnist | Advice/Columnists


State must capitalize job growth

Georgia is blessed with all of the elements to become a leader in 21st-century job creation and economic development. Schools in its University System and other colleges and universities within the state are among the finest in the country. Dynamic pockets of entrepreneurial activity exist throughout the state. Entrepreneurial activity is at an all-time high. But Georgia has a problem.

January 11, 2010 | By Mike Eckert Special to the Courier | Opinion


Army cutting back on-post services

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. - Soldiers and their families on Army bases around the country could see cutbacks in trash pickup, lawn-mowing and other services as the military tries to hold down non-war spending while escalating the fight in Afghanistan.

Even as total defense spending rises, the portion of the Army budget dedicated to running its bases is down 20 percent this year, according to figures provided to The Associated Press by an Army official who requested anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about them.

January 09, 2010 | By Kristin M. Hall Associated Press writer | Military


Baby dies in fire

Tragedy struck a Liberty County family Friday morning when a fire consumed their home, killing a 2-month-old baby and seriously burning a man.

The wooden Island Highway home was destroyed despite attempts by the Eastern District, Riceboro and Midway volunteer fire departments who were on scene within minutes of the 911 call, which came in just before 8:45 a.m.

January 08, 2010 | By Patty Leon Staff writer | Public Safety


Gates to remain secretary through 2010

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8, 2010 - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates will stay in office for at least another year, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell confirmed yesterday.

Gates met with President Barack Obama before Christmas and committed to another year on the job, Morrell said.

January 08, 2010 | By Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service | Military


Lawmakers will have to cut budget

As we start of a new year and another legislative session, it is time for us as legislators to focus on setting our agenda for the 2010 session. The budget will be our priority during the session. Other areas we will focus on include transportation funding, water concerns, and ethics reform.

January 08, 2010 | By State Rep Ron Stephens Special to the Courier | Opinion


New Roth IRA options in 2010

When deciding whether to save for retirement using a traditional or Roth IRA, many people wrestle with the question, "When I retire, will my tax rate be higher or lower than it is today?"

January 08, 2010 | By Jason Alderman Practical money skills | Advice/Columnists


Good communications make good politicians

Not long ago, I was speaking to a group of high-school students when one raised his hand, declared he wanted to run for Congress, and asked what he should study to prepare. I suspect my answer surprised him. I told him to study English.

January 08, 2010 | By Lee Hamilton Columnist | Opinion


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Single-vehicle accident in Hinesville sends 1 to hospital

A Sunday morning accident on South Main Street at Eunice Road temporarily closed the street after a 2004 Lexus RX flipped over and ended up ...

June 26, 2016 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | Public Safety


Body shop raises $1,000 to fight multiple sclerosis

Richmond Hill resident and Ward's Auto Painting and Bodyworks owner Robbie Ward recently donated $1,000 to the fight against multiple sclerosis.

June 26, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


Arts on Coast exhibit opens Thursday for summer

Arts on the Coast's annual exhibit, "Take Me to the Water," is set to open Thursday and runs through the summer.

June 25, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Things to do


Limits on forgiveness

In Matthew 18, Peter asked Jesus about the appropriate number times to forgive a person when they sin against you.

June 25, 2016 | By Pastor Steve Lane New Beginnings Community Church | Faith


Former Liberty County administrator dies

June 25, 2016 | Staff Report | Local news


Georgia Power opens Social Media Center

ATLANTA - Georgia Power has opened a new, state-of-the-art Social Media Center to meet the increasing demand for social media engagement and enhance customer service and ...

June 25, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


Area eye surgeon raises money for Humane Society

Dr. Elizabeth "Doll" Miller of Georgia Eye Institute helps more than human patients.

June 24, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


Even forgiven sins can have consequences

Well, it had to happen sooner or later.

June 24, 2016 | By Pastor Brad Butler Pembroke First Baptist Church | Faith


‘Central Intelligence’ close enough for government work

From "Lethal Weapon" to "Bad Boys" to "Rush Hour," the buddy action-comedy has been one of the most overplayed, tried-and-true, clichéd genres out there.

June 24, 2016 | Justin Hall Movie critic | Lifestyle


Waycross woman arrested after Amtrak train hits roadblock in Wayne County

An Amtrak train was damaged by what appeared to be an intentional roadblock on the tracks in Wayne County earlier this week, authorities said.

June 24, 2016 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | Public Safety


Honor Roll: Button Gwinnett Elementary School

Button Gwinnett Elementary School

June 24, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Education


Georgia can learn something from Louisiana

This may be the first time I've ever written these words, but here goes: Georgia could learn a lesson from Louisiana.

June 24, 2016 | Tom Crawford Syndicated columnist | Opinion


Metro Hinesville’s unemployment rate declines to 5.1 percent in May

ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday that Metro Hinesville's unemployment rate for May was 5.1 percent, down 0.2 percentage point ...

June 24, 2016 | Staff report editor@coastalcourier.comr | Business


Riverkeeper says Ogeechee has recovered from fish kill

SAVANNAH - Five years ago, the Ogeechee River saw the largest fish kill in Georgia history. More than 38,000 fish, mussels and, according to citizen ...

June 24, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Local news


Leadership SE Georgia graduates 28

Leadership Southeast Georgia recently graduated the Class of 2016.

June 23, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


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