Since their deployment from Fort Stewart is set for late October, 3,500 fresh troops from the Fourth Brigade now march closer to a war on the distant horizon.
After five years of teaching child safety seat awareness, the Hinesville Fire Department continues to increase efforts to help ensure the well being of the community's youth.
Many in the Hinesville community are pooling their efforts to facilitate the redevelopment of the downtown district that is now scheduled to take place in early 2009.
With a fired up mix of lawyers, developers and county constituents, the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission assumed the role of ringmaster in an attempt to suppress a circus-like atmosphere that ensued during its regular meeting Tuesday.
The decision whether alcoholic beverages can be sold in restaurants on Sundays in Hinesville is being left up to the voters who go to the polls Nov. 6.
As the popularity of the county's football program grows stronger with every passing year, it's important to take a peek in the past to gain a better appreciation of how the program began.
To further the notion that Liberty County is progressive, several county officials gathered Friday morning to showcase how Hinesville's Stafford Park has gone wireless.
While Gary and Armenda Barnes relax on the front porch of their coastal home, they reminisce about the marsh-front view they used to have before a 10-foot fence was built around their property, boxing them off from the new Yellow Bluff development.
Following the prolonged conclusion of a pending antitrust case, there are 40 million reasons why two local attorneys got the better of office supply giant 3M.
The Liberty Square Plaza in Hinesville is getting a facelift to accommodate a new department store, which may just add a boost of fresh consumerism.
Dwindling graduation rates, alarming dropout trends, gang activity and student malnutrition mainly account for Liberty's scholastic slump, however, school officials are working on strategies to mend these pitfalls.
An alcohol sales extension into Sunday, a multi-million dollar reconstruction effort and an adult entertainment ordinance are a collection of issues currently resting on the minds of Hinesville officials.
Senior citizens of Liberty County have a new destination to enjoy one another's company, and with its assortment of activities, this locale will surely evoke hearty smiles.
City Councilman Charles Frasier is setting his sights not only on re-election to Hinesville's first district, but he also has an eye on redevelopment.
Cell phone towers again rang up debate among county officials, residents and developers at this month's Liberty County Commission meeting Tuesday.