Seventy years ago today, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes descended upon Pearl Harbor, the American naval base not far from Honolulu, Hawaii - an attack that altered the face of history.
With Santa's home visits drawing nearer, "elves" throughout the community are continuing a final push to make this year's Toys for Tots drive an all-encompassing success.
While children made merry at Christmas in the Park on Monday evening, nearby businesses operated under extended hours for the second day of downtown Hinesville's Holiday Open Houses.
Though the evening drew to a close with a live rendition of "Silent Night," Monday evening in downtown Hinesville was anything but silent.
Santa and his reindeer will slide their sleigh into Bradwell Park on Monday to ring in the holiday season.
Bundled in coats and scarves, Fort Stewart soldiers, spouses and their children gathered Thursday night outside Club Stewart night for Fort Stewart's annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony.
With the holidays fast approaching, parents at the Hinesville First United Methodist Church Preschool and Kindergarten created a community shopping opportunity Thursday.
In three 4-3 votes Wednesday night, the Liberty County Commission adopted combined millage rates of 32.3 for Hinesville property owners and 32.98 for property owners in unincorporated areas of the county and incorporated areas in all municipalities but Hinesville.
Multiple agencies in Liberty County cleaned up at state and national award ceremonies that recognize community conservation efforts.
The Liberty County Hospital Authority appointed one new member and reappointed its chairman Wednesday during a called meeting.
The Coastal Health District will offer free HIV testing in Savannah to commemorate World AIDS Day on Thursday.
The Liberty County Board of Education voted Monday to maintain the millage rate of 15.5 mills for the 2011 tax year during a called meeting.
For the second year in a row, Liberty Life magazine joined forces with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce to find and feature the area's "Top 10 under 40."
'Twas the morning after Thanksgiving, and all through the town, some people shopped while others lay down.
Though the fate of the Transportation Investment Act tax will not be determined by voters for another eight months, Liberty County officials are hard at work determining which projects would be funded if the tax passes at the polls.