Midway will have a holiday bazaar from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28, at the Midway Civic Center, 9397 E. Oglethorpe Highway. Merchants will showcase products and offer deals during the indoor shopping event. The family event is free to the public.
Private lands surrounding Fort Stewart may soon be planted with longleaf pine seedlings, a native species that also will be reintroduced in other locations across the Georgia coast. The $200,000 project is being funded by federal stimulus money.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Human Services is helping Georgians struggling to keep up with the cost of heating their homes.
At its Tuesday meeting, the Liberty County Commission approved a motion to begin the clearing and grading stage for a three-building, 206,787-square-foot manufacturing facility in the Tradeport East Business Park across from the Target Distribution Center.
Local Re/Max Accent realtor Terry Sherell Fortson recently earned a graduate realtor institute designation from the Georgia and National Associations of Realtors.
Downtown Hinesville will kick off the shopping season this Friday and Saturday when shops showcase their holiday merchandise during an open house. Stores will stay open until 7 p.m. Friday and will operate under normal business hours Saturday.
Liberty County Development Authority member Jeff Arnold recently announced he will not ask to be reappointed to the panel. His four-year term ends in two months.
Dwanna Boyd admits that she hasn't always made the best choices.
When she's not stringing together quotes and facts for newspaper stories, Jesup Press-Sentinel reporter Raye Nakles spends her free time weaving boughs of holly and fresh evergreen for her award-winning Christmas wreaths. For the past 16 years, she has spent her free weekends at Brewer's Christmas Tree Farm in Midway, making wreaths and selling her homemade jams and jellies.
George W. Holtzman, broker/owner of Coldwell Banker Holtzman, Realtors in Hinesville, and sales manager Brian Maike attended the ninth annual Coldwell Banker Global Management Summit on Oct. 12-14 at the Hyatt Regency Century City in Los Angeles.
RICHMOND HILL - Richmond Hill Pharmacy, Medical Center Pharmacy and Whitman Pharmacy have received Medicare accreditation status by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care for their home/durable medical equipment services and medical supply provider services.
The Long County Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new president at its Sept. 20 meeting.
MIDWAY - It's not clear what forced a popular eatery in Liberty County to close its doors, but one thing is for certain: Ida Mae and Joe's Restaurant will be missed.
Hinesville and all of Coastal Georgia's unemployment numbers continue to be stronger than those statewide and across the country, but still did not show any improvements in September.
CenturyTel and EMBARQ are officially launching the new CenturyLink brand this week throughout the company's 33-state service area.
As I was preparing to leave work one day last week, I ran into a colleague who did a double-take when he saw me.
Employers can find it difficult to talk about religious accommodations in a job interview without crossing the line into discrimination.
Often the discussion around work-life balances focuses on the subject of women and child care, but what about the work needs of men?
While Roscoe Bartlett served as GOP congressman from Maryland for 20 years he constantly reminded people to be prepared for what seemed to be the least likely situations.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce recently announced the rehiring of Erin Johnson, after a brief absence, to assume the position of office manager.
Here’s a little math experiment. You have $1,000 you don’t need for the next year and you sock it away in an investment earning a modest .95 percent return. A year passes and you pocket $9.50 in earnings.
Where in the United States can you buy a home without breaking the bank? A new report from HSH.com, a mortgage resource company, may help you make your decision.
The tech industry needs to change its culture that has not been inviting for women, some observers say, if it wants to fill a projected growth in jobs.
I'd like to start this week's column with a one-question quiz.