Hinesville Wal-Mart store Manager Wally Davidson and other employees gathered in the back of the store to pay tribute to a former employee with a $600 check.
Teachers and parents watched the procession of Liberty Elementary School fifth-graders march down a red carpet Dec. 20 for successfully completing the nine-week DARE program.
The holiday season can sometimes become a time of excess and that excess sometimes turns into increased litter.
Hinesville firefighter Terry Satterfield is trading in his uniform to don boots and a pair of blue jeans and attend the 2008 American Music Auditions in Lebanon, Tenn., at Cumberland University for a chance to land a record deal.
A retirement reception was hosted Dec. 27 for Tom Burriss who served as the Liberty County's Emergency Management Agency director for more than 25 years.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development deemed Liberty County an "Entrepreneur Friendly" community on Dec. 13.
The Georgia chapter of Operation Homefront and Liberty County YMCA are hard at work to help a family recuperate from a personal tragedy, and are asking the community for its support.
Georgia State Patrol Post 11 in Hinesville is participating in the "Operation Zero Tolerance" statewide campaign through Jan. 1, to pair driving safety with celebration during the holidays.
During the holiday rush of downtown Hinesville, the wreath laid under the Eternal Flame in Victory Park on Dec. 18 will remind the community to take time to remember the ultimate sacrifice made by Fort Stewart soldiers.
The CONNECT ministry of the First Baptist Church is keeping military families in touch with their deployed soldier during this holiday season.
The Waldo Pafford Elementary School Kids Care Club recently put together holiday gift bags and presented them to the Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 46 as a "Bringing Good Moments" project.
Liberty County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kenny Smiley said he is delighted about the number of entries in this year's Christmas Parade and noted judging was based on "creativity, theme, originality and appearance."
While searching for the perfect Christmas tree, people can still spot one of the first trees Paschal Brewer planted 35 years ago on the Brewer's Christmas Tree Farm in Midway.
Minus the cap and gown, parents walked across the stage of the Joseph Martin Elementary school gym during a graduation ceremony Nov. 8 to receive certificates of completion for participating in PASSports for Parents.
In conjunction with National American Indian Heritage Month, Fort Stewart welcomed Voice in the Wind, a group of Native-American dancers, to perform Nov. 13 at Cottrell Field on post.