The Ludowici City Council took care of several matters of in-house business during its first meeting of the year Tuesday.
The Long County girls' basketball team did something Tuesday that no other Region 2-AA team has been able to do this year - beat Vidalia.
A big fourth quarter allowed Vidalia to come from behind Tuesday and beat Long County 76-65.
The Long County boys' basketball team improved their overall record to 13-3 this past weekend by notching wins over Benedictine Military School and Appling County.
This past weekend was a good one for the Long County girls' basketball team, as the Lady Tide notched two more wins against St. Vincent's Academy and Appling County to extend their win streak to seven.
Two Fort Stewart soldiers were recently arrested and charged with firing shots in the city limits of Ludowici and tampering with evidence.
Long County celebrated its second annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade and program Saturday.
Long County boys and girls swept the Bacon County teams Tuesday in Region 2-AA action.
The Long County boys and girls teams swept the teams from Metter in non-region action Saturday.
A second break-in in less than a week occurred at the Long County Recreation Department over the weekend.
The Long County girls' basketball team got back on the winning track over the Christmas break by sweeping all three of its games in the Portal Holiday Classic.
Former Long County student Cassandra Pelton recently learned that she had been selected to be a member of the U.S. World Indoor Archery Team.
On Tuesday, a group from Allenhurst gave new socks to residents at Coastal Manor in Ludowici.
The Long County Chamber of Commerce recently had its annual installation of officers and awards banquet at First Baptist Church of Ludowici.
Walker Middle School teachers and students recently played a basketball game to raise money for the boys and girls basketball teams.
The Long County girls' basketball team went 1-1 over the weekend, picking up a win over Bryan County and falling to Ware County.
Five Long County High School students recently took their first steps toward becoming teachers by completing the school's Tide to Teachers program.