Nationwide, the home market seems to be improving, but it appears a rebound in Liberty County is slower to come.
Liberty County leaders last week held their first-ever state-of-the-county luncheon address.
The United States Supreme Court last week struck down an Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote, which effectively blocks part of a similar law in Georgia.
A few weeks ago, I got to spend Father's Day with my dad and his father.
In her second day on the job, Liberty County School System Superintendent Dr. Valya Lee made staff changes to the central office and two schools.
The Georgia Department of Education on Tuesday announced that Georgia students improved performance in 18 of 30 content areas on the 2013 Criterion Referenced Competency Test scores.
The Department of the Army announced Tuesday that it intends to reduce the number of active-duty soldiers by 80,000 by 2017 - and Fort Stewart stands to lose 1,372 soldiers under the plan. The Army will draw down from 570,000 to 490,000 soldiers.
The Department of the Army announced Tuesday that it intends to reduce the number of active-duty soldiers by 80,000 by 2017 - and Fort Stewart stands to lose 1,300 soldiers under the plan.
The Liberty County Board of Education on Tuesday hired a new superintendent, and asked that she sign her contract and start on the spot.
Coaches who allegedly conspired to bar athletes from a Liberty County Recreation Department all-star team will face some consequences, but the punishments have yet to be determined.
Parents of students in Liberty County elementary schools no longer will find an alphabetical scale on their children's report cards this fall.
A transformation is under way in Liberty County that affects all municipal governments.
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement officially has closed an investigation into wrong-to-right erasure data for Waldo Pafford Elementary School.
Getting a group to agree on where to belly up for breakfast, lunch and dinner will become a bit harder in coming weeks.
The Liberty County Development Authority's board of directors worked Friday through a proposed $7.5 million budget for fiscal-year 2014, but much of the focus was on capital-improvement items not yet budgeted.