Effingham County Sheriff's deputies arrested two auto theft suspects and recovered a stolen vehicle early tuesday in South Effingham County after a traffic stop.
• March 26, Theft by shoplifting, 525 W. Oglethorpe Highway
The Georgia Department of Driver Services recently created a new Internet option for the state-mandated teenage Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program. eADAP will provide an additional solution for teens who are unable to obtain the traditional classroom ADAP course.
A Ludowici Police Department officer and a former officer recently were recognized for their work to keep the roads safe from impaired drivers.
Hinesville firefighters Charles Helton and Robert Caslen were recognized for heroism in the line of duty Thursday by city officials during a medal ceremony at Hinesville City Hall.
Long County authorities have apprehended a suspect in connection with a Sunday morning meth lab explosion and fire in Ludowici.
Bryan County Sheriff's Department Deputy Donnie Thomas suffered critical injuries from a motorcycle wreck in Florida earlier in the month. He was transferred from Florida to Savannah's Memorial Hospital last week.
Despite a 2007 ruling from Georgia's attorney general that addresses the use of all-terrain vehicles on public roads, residents of rural eastern Liberty County say sheriff's deputies won't cite ATV users who are violating state law.
Liberty County has a first responder in the running for America's Most Wanted All Star contest.
• March 4, Statutory rape, 302 W. Gen. Stewart Way
A suspect was apparently hit by a bullet fired by a lawman in Liberty County Monday afternoon shortly after 4 p.m.
The Ludowici City Council recently voted to provide free emergency air-transport service to its residents.
UPDATE: As of 5:36 pm, traffic is back to normal, according to the Fort Stewart public affairs office.
A Flemington hotel that was recently sued in connection with the October death of a rapper is under new ownership and management.
A Hinesville man died in a single-vehicle wreck shortly before noon Monday in South Carolina, authorities said.