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.
Frankie Thomas is still waiting on about $3,500 from his state taxes and doesn't like having to "go through the dickens to get your money that you've already paid for."
Hampton Island Preserve recently put a huge dent - some $401,600 - in the $660,000 the development owes in delinquent property taxes, interest and late fees.
A La Quinta Inn will be going up on a grassy, vacant lot on Highway 84, but there are mixed reviews on what another hotel means for Liberty County.
Names: Daniel Crary, 17, Anthony Miller, 17, Matthew Kipke, 18, Terry Wilson, 17, Ronnie Woods, 15, Chase Mullins, 15
With a $50,393 change order request on the table, Liberty County commissioners questioned why the engineering representative for a right turn lane on Islands Highway didn't plan to avoid the problem.
After Hampton Island Preserve manager Ron Leventhal vowed a lawsuit, Plum Creek was left sitting on the bank Tuesday night when Liberty County commissioners tabled a request to rezone land for the massive development.
Investigations continue as police follow leads to find those responsible for vandalizing Walthourville's Johnnie Frasier Park this weekend.
Even after Friday's rain, more than 70 riders put thunder in Stafford Park Saturday with a dice run to raise money for the Georgia Lions' Camp for the Blind.
Getting a divorce or adopting a child may take even longer if the state approves budget cuts to Superior Courts that could result in staff furloughs and decreased services.
Joe X, who didn't want to use his real name, has watched property taxes on his Hinesville home climb from $920 in 1997 to $2,028 in 2008 and he wants to know what's going on.
Many area residents probably are in the same boat as Mary Goodwich, a local for more than 20 years who has never been on the Liberty Trail.
"We're right back where we were," Lynda Morse told Dr. Elizabeth Booth, a scientist with the Environmental Protection Division, Wednesday night. "Why is the EPD so hell-bent on doing this? Why aren't you investigating another way?"
Clouds will eventually roll away and as the mercury rises, so may the risk of skin cancer.
Liberty County code enforcer Tony Mullis said he "just about got his foot chopped off," when he asked a couple of municipalities to take a more proactive role in the upkeep of their cities, particularly abandoned trailers.