Snelson-Golden Middle School is inviting parents and students who missed the Transition Night for students who will attend the school in 2009-10 to stop by to get packets to help rising fifth graders prepare for middle school.
Sunday, July 27, will mark a milestone in the history of the Good Shepherd Missionary Baptist Church. Members will be moving from their present sanctuary at 71 Kent Road in Walthourville to 4424 Oglethorpe Highway West in Allenhurst.
A Hinesville family suffered two tragedies recently - the death of a loved one and the burglary of their home while they were away for the funeral.
Lily Anna Brazell was born at 12:52 a.m. Nov. 5 at Liberty Regional Medical Center.
More than 2,000 children from Liberty County and Fort Stewart are depending on the community for a brighter holiday season, according to Angela Powell, the local Toys for Tots coordinator.
Editor's note: The story below was shared with the Courier by a survivor of domestic violence who was shot in her home in Richmond Hill in 2000. Fictitious names were used because she continues to fear for her life.
Recently, Team SCMPD competed against the Southside Fire Department in a hamburger-eating contest at Back Yard Burgers on Ogeechee Road in Savannah.
The Lady Tigers went to Paulsen Field on Tuesday to play Windsor Forest. The Windsor Forest Lady Knights took the win (5-1) after the Lady Tigers struggled at the plate. Pitcher Jena Alford struck out nine batters and only walked two. Danielle Durham scored Bradwell's only run. The players and coaches grouped together for their postgame talk.
According to Rhett Hellgren, the high school baseball season begins this afternoon. The first-year Bradwell Institute baseball coach told his team that the season starts at 5 p.m. when Camden County comes to Hinesville for a Region 3-AAAAA opening game.
One of the perks of the Coastal Courier's new Web site is it enables readers to share their views on matters they feel are interesting by expressing their thoughts in their own blog or commenting one written by someone else. Courier bloggers have voiced their opinions on topics ranging from alternative healing to national security, ESPLOST to the problems at Walter Reed. Below is an example of a Courier blog.
Liberty County's residents and business community have proven their generosity and caring once again - this time in support of homeless pets.
With juvenile and gang-related crime on the rise, it is good to know there are people in our community who are trying new approaches to old problem.
U. S. troops are tasked with a very difficult and vital job, and it is up to us - the American people - to let them know how much we appreciate their sacrifices and efforts on our behalf.
It's a gift to the community that's been 20 years in the making, and one that began with a promise among two Liberty County siblings, both now deceased, and a New York attorney.