Liberty County Hospital Authority members on Wednesday discussed the next steps for a proposed adult day care that will be built next to Coastal Manor, Liberty Regional Medical Center's long-term nursing facility in Ludowici.
Local animal lovers working with shelters around the area are worried the recent tragic discovery of animal remains at Loonie Farms in Long County may negatively affect other facilities' ability to draw support and raise funds.
Bicyclists will zip into Hinesville on June 10 as the 32nd annual Bicycle Ride Across Georgia tour starts wrapping up its trek across the state, which will stop in several towns.
A few weeks ago, a 21-year-old from Hinesville had the opportunity to meet Oprah Winfrey during her final week on air to thank her for her role in paying for his college education.
Jackie Gilliard–Henderson loved children.
Lyman Hall Elementary parent involvement coordinator Lavonia LeCounte receives a hug and a portrait of herself as a "100-year-old" from kindergarten students on Thursday. Kindergarten teacher Ana Linzan encouraged her students to draw pictures of their favorite administrative staff members and present the depictions to the staff members on the last day of the 2010-11 school year.
Even rain, thunder and lightning couldn't keep the Bradwell Institute class of 2011 from enjoying their hard-earned graduation ceremony Friday evening at Olvey Field.
Seventeen marijuana plants were found growing in Bradwell Institute's greenhouse a few weeks ago, but nobody seems to know for sure how the illegal plants got there or why.
State Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, read a resolution to honor the life of Master Sgt. Odis King, who was the chief federal game warden for the Law Enforcement Division at Fort Stewart. King's wife, Joyce King, and others from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources also attended the Wednesday morning brief presentation.
During Tuesday's extended Liberty County Board of Education work session, it was decided that four administrators will make position switches, effective July 1, to better meet the needs of students and staff at two Liberty County elementary schools.
During a work session Tuesday morning, board of education members reviewed and analyzed the newly revised Student Information and Code of Conduct for the Liberty County School System.
The Liberty County Development Authority approved the decision Monday to start decreasing its $25,177,965.38 debt to SunTrust Bank starting in July or August.
Liberty County Board of Education members and Walthourville city officials met last Thursday to build "good will" and discuss the progress of the new Liberty College and Career Academy that is under way in the municipality.
The Liberty County School System's policy for background checks officially changed two weeks ago after some applicants with criminal pasts had been considered and approved for hire within the system.
Homeless and low- to no-income individuals are invited to a resource fair June 4 at the National Guard Armory to connect with services offered by local businesses and government entities to make life a little bit easier.