Following the anthrax scare at the Smith Army Education Center two weeks ago, we were once again reminded of the far-reaching effects of terrorism.
The Hinesville City Council convened at Jekyll Island this past week for its annual workshop to collaborate on the various strategies for the betterment of the city.
The number of burglaries in Hinesville has increased, and the police have centralized their efforts to curb the problem.
This will come as a shock to many, but the extension of Frank Cochran Drive is reportedly only months away from completion.
Where are today's athletes taking us sports fans?
A Long County High School cheerleader has given credence to the idea that tenacity and hard work does pay off for those who earn it.
In a rare turn of events this week, three governmental boards convened in front of the public to address the comments and concerns regarding the quality and efficiency of the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission.
Attempts to recover $1 million lost in the Midcoast Regional Airport asphalt debacle have progressed only slightly, yet Liberty County officials remain hopeful.
Two planned subdivisions are expected to appear on Colonel's Island soon, and they are considered unique among the many developments going up in the county.
The Hinesville City Council has decided to spend millions to conceivably save millions on their wastewater treatment plant project. But either way, residents will pay.
The decision whether to erect a cell phone tower off Lake Pamona Road on Colonels Island remains uncertain.
Liberty County is keeping a close eye on its pennies since introducing its budget for fiscal year 2008.
To coach eager, athletic youngsters, college and pro football players gathered this week for Cedric Dickerson's second annual football camp.
Sawgrass Landing, a planned $50 million residential and commercial development, is scheduled to begin construction in Midway this fall.
Following the amendment of a county ordinance, it is now illegal to tether dogs.