Vann's, a new seafood and steak restaurant, is expected to open at 135 W. Hendry Street in Hinesville in the near future. The owner is Van Wheeler.
Lumber markets in coastal South Carolina and coastal Georgia will continue to suffer until the residential construction industry begins to recover toward the end of 2008, a forest products industry expert said Oct. 1.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for JTPL's Medical Coding and Billing Center in Hinesville. The business is owned by Deborah Sales.
Residents with insurance problems or questions can receive assistance directly from Commissioner of Insurance John Oxendine's office by contacting his insurance investigator.
The Hinesville/Fort Stewart community has zoomed from 20th to fourth place in the Milken Institute's ranking of best performing small cities.
The Oct. 15 extension deadline for filing a 2006 tax return is just around the corner.
Insurance Commissioner John W. Oxendine has announced he has revoked the licenses of three agents for violating the Military Sales regulations the Commissioner recently enacted to protect soldiers from unscrupulous solicitation.
To aid the St. Jude's Children's Hospital Charity, Chili's restaurants across the country donated all the money generated from food sales this past Monday. Several patrons packed the Hinesville Chili's to show their support, and thousands of dollars was donated from the night of bustling business.
The following warranty deeds were filed with Liberty County Clerk of Court Barry Wilkes' office from Sept. 10-14. The listings include the names of the sellers and buyers; the book and page where the deed can be found in deed books maintained in the clerk's office, the transfer tax (which gives an estimate of the price paid, based on $1 per $1,000) and a description of the property, which may be the subdivision and/or Georgia Militia District where it is located. Refer to the accompanying map for the GMD numbers.
Randy and Debbie Wilson aren't your average restaurant owners. But then again, their Huddle House restaurants in Jesup and Ludowici aren't your average eateries.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is seeking nominations for the 2008 Georgia Small Business Person of the Year and its Small Business Champion awards.
A riding club, gravel roadways, a community center, and even a bed and breakfast are just a few of amenities developer Tim Works is planning for the Rye Patch Community.
George W. Holtzman Broker, owner for Coldwell Banker Holtzman Realtors has announced that 15 of his top agents have earned the professional designation, certified E-marketing specialist.
To protect your family, you need more than the best intentions - you need the right "paperwork." And you're going to need it during two distinct phases of your life - your working years and your retirement.
SAVANNAH - The 13th annual Comcast Cares Day, the nation's largest single-day corporate volunteer event, according to a news release, is scheduled for Saturday, April 26, across the country.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor recently announced that metro Hinesville's unemployment rate decreased to 8.3 percent in December, down 0.1 percent from 8.4 percent in November.
There's more to the Army and Air Force Exchange Service than just the Main Exchange. Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield's AAFES manager George Ricker said AAFES is about 98 percent self-supporting and includes more than just the products and services offered at local exchanges, which date back to 1895.
The 2013-14 Leadership Liberty class traveled Monday to Atlanta and visited with state Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, and Sen. Buddy Carter, R-Pooler.
More than two-thirds of the industry in Liberty County is the result of foreign investment, Development Authority CEO Ron Tolley told chamber of commerce members Thursday.
The Governor's Office of Workforce Development recently announced the allocation of more than $107,000 in grant funding for offender training in six Local Workforce Investment Areas across the state.
ATLANTA - Recruiting day for the Georgia Ports Authority scheduled for today at the Georgia Department of Labor's Savannah Career Center has been postponed.
The Liberty County Development Authority voted Monday to recommend county leaders consider adding two road-improvement projects and a water-and-sewer project to the next special-purpose local-option sales tax referendum, which will go to voters for approval in November.
SAVANNAH - Comcast recently announced the launch of its new X1 video platform for customers in the Savannah area, including Liberty County.
The Courier Courier staff is attempting to deliver the Wednesday edition a few hours earlier due to expected winter storm conditions Tuesday night and Wednesday. However, if conditions persist, delivery may be delayed. Thank you for your patience during these expected storm conditions. Sorry about any inconvenience.
Daniel Defense will expand its operations at the Interstate Centre in Black Creek in a $20 million project expected to add 120 new jobs over the next five years, Gov. Nathan Deal announced Thursday afternoon.
Atlanta – With snow and icy precipitation in the forecast, Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens wants to remind Georgians of some important insurance and fire safety tips for winter.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce spotlighted community leaders and volunteers, along with local businesses, during the chamber's annual awards banquet and Taste of Liberty on Friday inside the former Blockbuster building in Hinesville.
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Labor will host a recruitment Thursday to help the Georgia Ports Authority fill several jobs in five different occupations.
Fewer than half the members of the Fort Stewart Growth Management Partnership attended a meeting Tuesday at the Liberty County Courthouse Annex. Those who showed discussed goals and objectives for 2014 and whether the organization should attempt to revitalize itself or fold. Attendees agreed the partnership should try to team up with the Southeast Georgia Friends of Fort Stewart and Hunter, but could not vote on the matter without a quorum. There also were not enough voting members to elect new officers.