Two more men have been arrested in connection with the stabbing death of Terry "TJ" Floyd, 19, who died after being stabbed several times Saturday night in Fleming.
Coastal residents can expect to see another ambulance on their side of the county and hopefully reduced response times in the coming months, according to Emergency Medical Service officials.
Savannah Technical College and its satellite campuses on Fort Stewart Army Education Center and in Liberty and Effingham counties, have not been considered for closure amid current talks, according to Gail Eubanks, the school's executive director of institutional advancement and communications.
The Liberty County Development Authority likes to be "liked."
For 124 students competing in the sixth annual Liberty County Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl last Friday, the devil was in the details.
The Liberty County Commission took little action Thursday, but members discussed proposed revisions to county building and zoning codes, a contractor preference policy and a personnel policy revision.
Don't expect slapstick, slams or shockers when four comedians take the stage Saturday night at the Hinesville VFW.
Work is drawing to a close on paving maintenance and improvements at three area middle schools.
After two weeks of voluntary quarantine due to canine distemper, the Liberty Humane Shelter plans to reopen Thursday.
This year promises to be a busy one in terms of area elections.
The Liberty County Board of Education approved a change order for Olvey Field phase two work and increased the number of maintenance personnel traveling to an out-of-state conference during its Tuesday meeting.
Think before acting. Live your dreams. Dare to try; dream sky-high.
Residents may notice change along Highway 84 across from Kroger in coming months, as the 1970 building that was home to Hinesville Professional Eye Care was demolished Thursday.
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office and the Liberty County School System are working together to find the person - or people - responsible for vandalizing two schools and damaging $21,887 worth of technology gear in Midway over the weekend.
When the Hinesville City Council held its first meeting of the year Thursday, it spent a significant amount of time discussing an old issue: the occupancy status of Tekilla Rose Bar and Grill.