With new technology in hand, local students may begin to see science in a different light.
Hinesville Director of Inspections Steve Welborn spoke to Hinesville Rotary Club members about code issues during their Tuesday meeting.
Like many stock market investors, four Liberty Countians gather frequently to check their portfolios, discuss financial decisions and keep a keen eye on world events as they seek to grow their $100,000 investment into a sizable nest egg.
With the stroke of a brush, Hinesville artist Benjamin F. Turner Jr. immortalizes Coastal Georgia's panoramas on large, colorful canvases for eyes to feast on for generations to come.
Civilian and military members of the Mid-Coast Regional Airport/Wright Army Airfield gathered Thursday to discuss ongoing projects at the airport.
A Hinesville homeowner last week joined the slowly growing ranks of energy consumers who are turning to the sun's rays for more than warmth.
After about 17 years in operation, the Multi-Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task Force likely will disband this summer.
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office recovered a weapon Wednesday afternoon that officials suspect was used in a Jan. 26 stabbing in Fleming.
Dressed in denim and diamonds and with business on the brain, about 175 commerce and community leaders gathered Friday night for the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting and banquet.
In addition to the education topics reported in Sunday's Courier, the Liberty County Board of Education also discussed the 2012-13 budget, technology initiatives and department restructuring during its retreat last week in Savannah.
If you think traffic on Flemington's Old Sunbury Road is unbearable, you're not alone.
While they did not take any action, the Liberty County Board of Education discussed a wide range of topics during its retreat last week with Superintendent Dr. Judy Scherer at the Mulberry Inn in Savannah.
Seven Snelson-Golden Middle School students charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction after a May 2011 incident on a school bus had their day in court recently.
The Liberty County Development Authority approved refinancing one bond debt into a tax-exempt bond at a lower interest rate and an $8,125 bid for repairs to one of its Hinesville Technology Park facilities during its meeting Monday.
The Liberty County Board of Education tackled a full agenda that included construction, personnel and policy issues during its Tuesday work session.