LUDOWICI - Tragedy struck Long County earlier this afternoon, with the drowning death of a 5-year-old boy.
Sept. 20, Discharging firearms within city limits, 112 Cherokee Circle
Snelson-Golden Middle School's fire safety program was put through a live test Thursday when a faculty member spotted smoke in the 200 hall and activated emergency procedure.
Jonathon Goode, 22, was charged last Friday with homicide by a vehicle in the first degree for his involvement in a wreck that killed a Jesup teenager earlier this year.
Long County Sheriff's Department Chief Investigator Ty Smith said Francisco Javier Badillo-Jimenez, 22, of Glennville has been charged with statutory rape in connection with the disappearance of a 13-year-old Long County girl last weekend.
One person was taken to Winn Army Community Hospital on Fort Stewart and three others to Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah after a wreck Wednesday afternoon.
LUDOWICI - A Long County girl, who went missing Friday, was found Saturday morning in Garden City.
On Sept. 14, Long County Probate Court Judge Marie Middleton denied a petition by Jeffrey Moody to presume that his wife, Debora Gail DeLoach Moody is dead.
Sept. 18, DUI habitual violator, driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on the wrong side of the road, Frank Cochran Drive
A Midway woman suffering from diabetes plowed through a Bryan County cemetery Friday afternoon
October is Fire Safety Month, and the Hinesville Fire Department is in full swing. Most fire departments throughout the state are offering different types of fire-safety education.
Sept. 19, Suspicious acts, 751 West Oglethorpe Highway
IT Crimes is part of a global initiative founded to help eliminate the theft of computer and other technology-related equipment. Originally a campaign launched in partnership with South African authorities, the operation is now moving into areas of the United States, including Hinesville.
Four burglaries recently occured in Ludowici, according to Ludowici Police Department Investigator Sal Genualdi.
Fort Stewart Garrison Commander Col. Kevin W. Milton and Command Sgt. Maj. James E. Ervin present a certificate of appreciation to Hinesville Police Chief George Stagmeier in recognition of the department's contributions to the 2009 July 4th celebration on Fort Stewart. Milton and Ervin attended the monthly Hinesville Military Affairs Committee meeting to present certificates of appreciation to other members for their support and help with this year's celebration.
The National Hurricane Center is still saying it is unclear what impact Hurricane Matthew will have on the East Coast of the United States.