Liberty County Commissioner Pat Bowen will soon lose his business to bulldozers - a result of the widening of Highway 196 east.
Liberty County Chamber of Commerce hosted a social after-hours business luau in the Liberty Medical Center Plaza off Main Street. Business owners and community members had an opportunity to network and discuss current issues while enjoying great food and door prizes. Everyone left a few pounds heavier thanks to the dessert cakes and pies provided by Sharon Food Service of Columbia, S.C. Matt Brown (right) and Jerry Irick served the pies that ranged from Mocha ...
"The shoes of men like John Toby Woods and Jack Waters are hard to fill," said Ronnie Bragdon, new president of Coastal Electric Cooperative, naming his two predecessors.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a resource forum at Savannah Technical College to educate entrepreneurs' methods of enhancing their existing businesses or starting new ones.
The following warranty deeds were filed with Liberty County Clerk of Court Barry Wilkes' office between and June 11-15. 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 you an estimate of the price paid, based on $1 per $1,000) and a description of the property, which may be the subdivision ...
The Long County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted its annual installation banquet Ludowici First Baptist Church. The theme was, "In God We Trust."
The Long County Code Enforcement Office hosted a class Wednesday regarding new requirements for builders that take effect July 1.
The 67th annual Meeting of the Members for Coastal Electric Cooperative was on Friday at Midway Middle School.
Kenny Smiley, executive director of the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce, completed the Institute for Organization Management, a week-long leadership training program June 17-21 at the University of Georgia.
"I love flowers and enjoy helping people get their yards in shape," Linda Hall said.
For the 11th consecutive year, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce has embarked on a statewide membership campaign that leaders hope will move the 95-year business organization closer to its goal of 5,000 members.
After weeks of allegedly not being paid, four contractors working at the site of the new Fairfield Inns & Suites, took to the streets Wednesday morning.
U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) addressed the attendees at the recent Liberty County Development Authority Industry Appreciation Reception and praised the LCDA and local officials as forward thinking for constructing its new office, which is to serve as a "front door" for Hinesville and Liberty County. The event, sponsored by The Heritage Bank, was hosted by the LCDA at the new office building on Highway 84.
ATLANTA - Governor Sonny Perdue has set up a Web site so citizens can follow his two-week economic development and diplomatic mission to Europe. The site is www.StateofGeorgiaMissions.com
Baby boomers whose parents are still alive, may want to talk to them about their plans for leaving a legacy. Their thoughts might vary from yours, so, to avoid misunderstandings that could lead to hurt feelings and financial problems you will want to make sure you are "reading from the same script."
It appears utilities management company OMI isn't leaving Richmond Hill without at least a public attempt to strike a deal.
A Korean-owned logistics company has selected Liberty County's Tradeport East Business Center to establish a Southeast distribution center for Hankook Tire. Pactra International Co. Ltd., a global logistics solution provider, has leased the 500,000-square-foot Silver LEED-certified, cross-dock spec building owned by IDI and DCT Industrial Trust, which partnered with the Liberty County Development Authority to establish Tradeport East. Pactra plans to open for full operations Jan. 1. Read more on this story in Wednesday's Courier.
Georgia's business climate has been named No. 1 in the nation by Site Selection magazine, an economic-development trade publication.
State Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, joined elected officials throughout Georgia to attend a Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials workshop Oct. 25-27 in Midway to learn more about working the Minority and Women Businesses Enterprises policies in their county or city governments.
The Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority Inc. is prepared to assist eligible households with heating bills.
Patriot Auto Sales owner Josh Wheeler said his company fills an important place in the local automobile market by providing quality used vehicles for people who cannot afford new ones, especially buyers who would be barred by credit issues elsewhere.
A process that started in January began to pay dividends this week when local government officials signed off on a series of agreements with Caesarstone Technologies USA Inc. to build a manufacturing plant at Richmond Hill's Belfast Commerce Centre.
WALTHOURVILLE - Dryden Enterprises cut a ribbon Tuesday to celebrate the construction on Hampton Ridge subdivision.
SAVANNAH - The U.S. Small Business Administration recently ranked The Coastal Bank in the top 20 SBA 7(a) lenders in Georgia.
The Hinesville Inspections Department is conducting classes on changes to construction codes approved by the International Code Council in 2012, according to Inspections Department Director Steve Welborn.
An Army Career and Alumni Program career fair will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 7 in building 705, 100 W. 15th St. on Fort Stewart. To register, go to fortstewartacapcareerfair.eventbrite.com. For more information, go to facebook.com/stewartacap or call 912-767-6797.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to sign an agreement with Caesarstone Technologies USA which officials say will ultimately bring about 180 manufacturing jobs to the Belfast Commerce Centre.
Liberty County's largest industrial manufacturer has been named the 2013 International Business of the Year by the World Trade Center Savannah.
The civilian joint-management board for the MidCoast Regional Airport at Wright Army Airfield on Friday met with a potential industrial client to discuss a proposed lease agreement. The unnamed company's representatives voiced concerns over the airport's proposed runway and tarmac-expansion projects.
The Liberty County Development Authority voted Monday to contract with Savannah-based engineering firm Thomas & Hutton Engineering Company beginning Dec. 1. The LCDA currently uses P.C. Simonton & Associates Inc. of Hinesville for its engineering services.