Georgia tightened the belt on budgets this year and all areas, even Liberty County, will feel a pinch eventually.
The qualifications of a police officer in Liberty County are the subject of a formal state investigation into his criminal record.
Today marks the start of the new fiscal year and the Liberty County Development Authority on Monday bumped up its spending plan for the coming year, after trimming some items that members said would be considered fat.
Funding for a proposed, downtown college campus and joint public library dwindled to two when Liberty County Development Authority backed out Monday, following two others.
Smoking may be little less enticing after the passage last Monday of an anti-smoking law, but whether it will encourage more people to kick the habit or never start still is up in the air.
You only get one chance to make a first impression and Liberty County officials want to impress upon federal regulator how important Census 2010 is to Liberty County.
Kristshon Clark, 29, says he hopes to not have to worrying about health insurance until he gets in his 40s.
Emergencies in west Liberty County should soon get quicker ambulance responses.
Liberty County's east-end annex is taking shape as the architect talked design and demolition with commissioners last week. But Midway is going to have to decide what it does with its city hall.
Area senior citizens haven't been forgotten. Liberty Regional Medical Center is planning to open an adult day care center.
Hats can start being thrown into the ring Aug. 31 for public offices in Midway and Flemington.
More than 100 walkers braved the heat Saturday morning for the ninth annual Walk to Dorchester, fanning their faces and ignoring beads of perspiration that soaked their T-shirts. With the nine-mile trek behind them, most participants crossed the finish line exhausted but smiling.
After her neighbor, David Anthony Jones Jr., 28, was killed in his mobile home Tuesday night, Taqualya Hicks says she's worried about her safety.
Kelly Hutton walked out of Hinesville Rite Aid with Christmas lights, candy and small trinkets after hearing the local pharmacy store was liquidating.
Two local barber shops are at risk of losing their licenses because of unpaid citations, after a June 8 meeting of the state board of barbers.