"Just the normal freshman stuff and the teachers' expectations," Joy Nelson said when asked why she brought her son, Anfernee, to open house at Bradwell Institute Tuesday afternoon.
Two people were injured, homes were damaged and lots of trees were downed when heavy weather blew through the area Saturday evening.
W. Ray Persons remembers how his next-door, Azalea Street neighbor Charlie Richardson and Sunday school teacher, Carolyn Smith Carter, pushed him to get into then Armstrong State College in Savannah in the early 1970s.
A bank founded in Hinesville 53 years ago, The Coastal Bank, and its parent Coastal Bankshares, Inc. recently signed an agreement that in effect merges parts of Greensboro-based BankSouth into Coastal.
Liberty Regional Medical Center staff is taking a look at how they operate and how the institution is viewed by the community.
The Liberty County Recreation Department started its football season Saturday and Monday with more than 650 kids participating on teams and cheerleading squads.
I've spent the past week in New York City, watching a nephew's Brooklyn apartment and dog, touring and learning more about City College of New York where R2 will be attending classes starting in August, and hunting for an apartment for him and a couple friends. It's been an education.
A Hinesville woman has won an apparent record judgment on a malpractice suit in State Court.