Since foster care caseloads were buying many of Georgia's juvenile court judges, citizen review panels have been created to speed the process, allowing judges to make more informed decisions about foster care cases.
Many from the Riceboro community are pooling their efforts and talents to create the first Ricefest celebration.
Following a phoned in bomb threat, the Liberty County Courthouse and annex were locked down earlier this week.
Due in part to the military deployment, RG's Burgers and Real Fries is suffering a blowback in sales, a problem that is indicative of many local businesses.
Hinesville's real estate sales have fallen 36 percent in the last year, and local Realtors expect the numbers to continue to dwindle as thousands of soldiers remain in Iraq.
U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Savannah) arrived in Hinesville on Tuesday to offer insights on some divisive issues including the present state of the war.
Liberty County Solid Waste Director Dave Sapp is devising a proposal for cheap and innovative trash removal for the east side of the county.
Despite the slow progress of revitalizing Hinesville's downtown district, a local developer has heeded the community's call, and is currently erecting a building on MLK.
If all goes as planned, the cities of Hinesville and Flemington will have a public transit system rolling by the summer of 2008.
By John Deike Coastal Courier (Hinesville, GA) Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Despite progress in planning of the new justice center, some still question the details. The $19 million, 19,000 sq. ft. justice center will soon go over final review by county officials and by James Buckley and Associates, and construction is planned to commence in the fall, Buckley architect David Holton said. The specs and computer renderings Holton displayed showed refined floor plans, and he said ...
Recent construction oversights are building concern among environmentalists who have questioned the efficiency of the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission, and the state's Environmental Protection Division.
Jenna Bussard, an Olympic hopeful who is one of the strongest women in the world, has pushed her talents to new levels since putting Team Hinesville on the map.
Development plans are on the minds of many people in Liberty County, and there is no shortage of controversy when it comes to such projects.
The Liberty County Sheriff's Department takes on a heavy workload to bolster the security in the region with an array of tasks.
An inventive sole-proprietor named Darla Clarkson has used some creative methods to develop a called The Smooth Operator.