The 700 troops from the 3rd Infantry Division's Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion who were slated to deploy to Iraq this fall no longer will do so, according to a Friday announcement released shortly after President Barack Obama declared an end to the Iraq war.
Area human resources personnel met Wednesday to learn about a nationwide U.S. Armed Forces recruiting program that's gaining momentum.
On a clear, cool, sunny Thursday, members of the Liberty County business and government communities gathered in a peaceful, private setting at the former home of the late state Sen. Glenn E. Bryant to talk about the property's future.
With its premiere football season looming next year and players already working on strength and conditioning, First Presbyterian Christian Academy students are gearing up to show their heart, determination, commitment and prowess for the Under Armour Undeniable competition.
Downtown Hinesville will be home to a pink invasion Thursday night when multiple community groups come together to raise awareness for breast cancer.
A Fort Stewart soldier charged with one count of felony murder and one count of aggravated assault in connection with a fatal Midway stabbing was denied bond Monday.
Though a Thursday night meeting of the Hinesville City Council addressed allegations that its municipal election could be in jeopardy, the tides appear to have turned.
Only one citizen spoke about the city of Hinesville's proposed budget for the 2012 fiscal year during Thursday's public hearing.
Though a Thursday night meeting of the Hinesville City Council addressed allegations that its municipal election could be in jeopardy, the tides appear to have turned. On Monday, the city received a letter of preclearance from the U.S. Department of Justice that makes the city's proposed, or "new," district lines adopted in August legally effective, according to city officials. City attorney Linnie Darden III said the announcement was "good news" and ...
When 3rd Infantry Division Pfc. Joseph Shaw took the stage at Fort Stewart's Newman Fitness Center on Wednesday night, he was there to offer military families a morale-boosting getaway - without the hassles of travel.
The Hinesville City Council held a called meeting Thursday to address allegations that this year's municipal election may be in jeopardy.
The Liberty County Board of Education during its Tuesday meeting approved an academic calendar with no furlough days for the 2012-13 academic year as well as a $384,400 bid for the paving and maintenance at three schools.
Downtown Hinesville will be home to a pink invasion Thursday night when multiple community groups come together to raise awareness for breast cancer. The Hinesville Downtown Farmer's Market will host "Go Pink Night" in Bradwell Park with live music by Just Us and a visit from Carolyn the Pink Fire Truck, while down the street Poole's Deli will be home to a pink pancake supper and judging of the second-annual "Art Your Bra" ...
The Hinesville City Council held a called meeting Thursday to address allegations that this year's municipal election may be in jeopardy. City Attorney Linnie Darden III confirmed at the meeting that the city's proposed district lines, which the council approved in August, have yet to officially be cleared through the Department of Justice. He added that he is working closely with the department to secure a letter of pre-clearance before advanced voting, ...
While forecasts show clear skies ahead, some residents still may be cleaning up small debris from the winds and rain that moved through the area with little damage on Monday.
Some accounting students devote their time to learning how to steal money. And law enforcement officials have to experience tazings and pepper sprays before they can carry those items on their belts - but the way crime procedures are presented on TV is a "bunch of horse hockey."
Sixth-grade Lewis Frasier Middle School student Marcel Facey does his work as usual on a Wednesday afternoon during his fourth-period class with science teacher Jeremy Meadows.
It's been more than three weeks since my athletic activities grinded to a halt due to my sprained ankle - but I'm happy to report an adorable new distraction.
Midway Middle School placed second in its bracket for the PepsiCo Dream Machine Recycle Rally, a victory that comes a $10,000 for green improvements. "Our students, faculty and the community worked so hard this year," teacher and coordinator Joy Kennedy said. "I am so excited -- second place in the nation."
The Liberty County Board of Education decided Wednesday to interview seven superintendent candidates for the seat that becomes vacant June 1.
Controversial topics were back on the table Tuesday as the Liberty County Board of Education discussed proposed revisions to its code of conduct for the coming school year.
The Courier on Wednesday printed incorrect CCRPI scores for Long County's schools, an error that originated from variations in Georgia Department of Education data online.
Routine items handled by the Liberty County Commission last week included:
Construction began last month on a single-pole 115 kilovolt transmission line between Bryan and Liberty counties, and it's expected to pick up this summer.
When the U.S. House of Representatives convenes in 2015, Coastal Georgia will have a new representative.
They have spent Thursday mornings during the past year counting, packing and sorting thousands of meals for the Liberty County Backpack Buddies program, and 12 students from Liberty County High School's life-skills class were recognized for their efforts this week.
The Liberty County School System could use some improvement in its middle-grades performance, according to Georgia's College and Career Ready Performance Index grades released Tuesday.
Though the formal announcement came in Savannah, state Sen. Earl "Buddy" Carter announced Monday his intention to run for U.S. congress in Georgia's 1st District in Bradwell Park.
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