Effective Jan. 17, the speed limit on Georgia Highway 144 West and 119 will change from 55 mph to 45 mph.
A Long County man recently was arrested for reportedly stealing from a blind woman who lives in his neighborhood.
ATLANTA - The White House is trying again to get two Georgia attorneys appointed to the federal bench.
Although fireworks-related injuries on New Year's Eve usually are par for the course throughout the United States, Liberty County didn't have any incidents that involved people being rushed to the emergency room.
SAVANNAH - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say they intercepted and seized 1,783 pieces of counterfeit exercise equipment imported from China at the port of Savannah.
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office's warning is clear: Absolutely do not drink and drive this weekend.
A woman was forced into the trunk of her car Wednesday night in Richmond Hill and driven to Liberty County, according to police.
Many years ago, Long County law enforcement entities primarily were known for speed traps. They've come a long way, though. Today, both the Long County Sheriff's Office and the Ludowici Police Department have shed that image and have established themselves as professional departments respected in the surrounding area and in the state.
A woman was reportedly forced into the trunk of her car Wednesday night in Richmond Hill and driven to Liberty County, according to police.
Two post offices - one in Riceboro, one in Fleming - were both robbed and vandalized between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Hinesville Police Department detectives are investigating a game of Russian roulette that reportedly turned deadly early Friday morning.
An altercation over a girl may have led to the shooting of a teenager Tuesday night in Hinesville.
Dec. 15: • Cruelty to an animal, Timber Ridge Trail
Between rising utility costs and shrinking incomes, more people are exploring alternate means of heating their homes. However, when folks misuse electric appliances or are careless around open flames they risk starting fires. Local fire investigators offered these tips for keeping safe this Christmas and all winter long.
A vacationing Long County man lost his home and his family's Christmas presents when his residence on the 200 block of Archer Road, just off Elam Road, was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning.
GLENNVILLE - A large fire destroyed four businesses on Barnard Street in downtown Glennville early Sunday morning.