Liberty County commissioners Tuesday didn't refuse a request for funding to hire a consultant to recruit retail business, but not all of the commissioners appeared to like the idea.
A proposal that "closes loopholes that were perceived to be in our peddler license ordinance" will come before the Hinesville City Council later this month.
Phillip Parham and other members of a neighborhood watch in Sherwood Forest Subdivision are frustrated after trying for months to get an entrance sign to their neighborhood built.
Construction of an extended-stay motel in Hinesville inched forward Thursday despite one city councilmember's objection that a request smacked of speculative zoning.
There's a new development authority in Hinesville, but Mayor Jim Thomas said it won't compete with what the other two do, that it will complement them.
Starting at 10 tonight, Legacy the company that hosts our obituary site is going to be working on its system. You won't be able to access the site while it is being worked on. The company said it expects the work to last about two hours.
Former Midway Mayor Don Emmons dips an oyster in cocktail sauce Nov. 10 at the Midway Museum's recent Oyster Roast and Pig Pickin'. Emmons, who is on the board of governors of the museum, and about 50 other people attended the fundraiser.
While Memorial Day is set aside to remember those who have died in service to their country, at least one soldier sees the holiday as a call to be ready to meet challenges.
Sunday morning: Joe Watkins, Jan, Richard and my Christmas baby, died Saturday. He had been born on that special day in 1992 and was about a month shy of his 19th birthday. Actually, nothing about Joe was shy. His mother and I could embarrass him but I don't think he was embarrassed about anything he did.
Hinesville residents and others who get water and sewer service from the city are going to see higher bills starting next month.
An assertion by one candidate at Tuesday night's political forum that the upcoming municipal elections might easily be challenged drew murmurs of disbelief.
The Hinesville Rotary Club last week honored its soldier of the month, Spc. Sarah Bailey, who serves with the 3rd ID's 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team on Fort Stewart. Bailey is from Canal Winchester, Ohio.
Hinesville city employees will have to pony up more money for their health insurance in the coming year. So will the city.
A young male, probably away from home for the first time, was struck and killed by a vehicle in Liberty County early June 11.
Walter Burns got his hair cut May 6. So his family, friends and neighbors threw a party. Really, all of America and most of the world had reason to celebrate. The veteran had sworn nine and a half years ago that he would not cut his hair until Osama bin Laden was caught or killed. Bin Laden claimed to have planned the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, killing ...
Chris Roessler still is the acting chairman of the Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield Growth Management Partnership.
The 3rd Infantry Division's 2nd Brigade likely will be deactivated up to two years earlier than previously announced.
The Hinesville City Council during its Thursday meeting approved the purchase of more than a half million dollars worth of equipment for its public-works department.
Hinesville City Council members Thursday saw and approved preliminary plans for a Zaxby's that is to be built on Highway 84, across from First Presbyterian Christian Church.
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