Millions of dollars in development plans are currently resting on the minds of Hinesville city officials.
Editor's note: This is the second of a two-part series of articles about gangs in Liberty County.
City of Hinesville and Liberty County officials recently hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the upcoming construction of Irene Baker Thomas Park in Hinesville.
Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series about gangs in Hinesville. To crack down on crime and gang-related activity, the Hinesville Police Department formed the Crime Suppression Unit to help quell these unlawful and dangerous acts. Following a wave of shootings and murders last year, the HPD created the CSU to disrupt gang activity, and to curb any increase of criminal activity in a given area, Maj. Thomas Cribbs said. "They act ...
Thanks to the wonders of inter-league play, the Atlanta Braves (35-31) will be cutting the pine against my Cleveland Indians (38-26) this weekend.
Liberty County's 2008 proposed budget is now available, and the finance board has recommended it several financial changes for the upcoming fiscal year.
The $40 million road widening of Highway 196 east is 20 percent complete, yet the comprehensive project faces another year or more of construction.
With the red-light camera ordinance being voted down this past week, each of the councilmen gave their opinions on the matter.
During this month's Liberty County Commission meeting, several speakers addressed business and other issues that could give way to some mild to moderate changes in the area.
Many interested bidders flocked to the steps of the Liberty County Courthouse Tuesday in the hopes of buying various properties that were on the verge of repossession by the tax commissioner's office. To the crowd's dismay, the majority of the delinquent property owners managed to pay their backed taxes, and auctioneer Ric Baxter sold only one piece of property for $13,000. The next bidding will take place on Sept, 4 at the same location.
The Grand Central retail development (owned by David and Teresa McDonald) will be complete before the end of the summer. With its modern and distinctly sharp features, the building will most likely attract franchise stores and eateries, Teresa McDonald said. This development is off 196 across an unfinished portion of Frank Cochran Drive.
To the relief of motorists, Hinesville City Council members voted down red light camera system yesterday at their meeting.
There are two impending deadlines that may interest both the discretionary and delinquent taxpayers of Liberty County.
By John Deike Coastal Courier (Hinesville, GA) Staff Writer email@example.com As the Liberty County economy continues to endure strains, the recommended 2008 budget faces a projected slashing of $364,000 from what department heads have requested for the coming fiscal year. Because of the extended deployments and mounting property tax appeals, the county's finance committee has recommended to cut capital items such as building improvements, computers, software and operation expenditures, Chief Financial Officer Kim McGlothlin said. ...
Visitors will notice some differences in the courthouse annex in Hinesville, as thousands of dollars have been spent to increase security in the building.