The government's program to rid roadways of dirty cars while presumably boosting auto industry sales found mild success in Hinesville, but left plenty to be desired.
Unemployment rates in Liberty County are holding steady, despite Georgia's jobless population reaching nearly a half-million in July.
RICHMOND HILL - Friends of Liberty and Fort Stewart recently sponsored a forum on its intention to grow into a more regional organization whose role is to sustain and enhance the private-public investments made at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Air Field.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor reported recently that the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 10.3 percent in July, up two-tenths of a percentage point from a revised 10.1 percent in June.
Local realtor Jolonda T. Greene recently received the graduate realtors institute designation by the Georgia and National Associations of Realtors.
B.C. Bautista & Associates, owned by Brenda Bautista, recently opened and celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted
Bran Thompson, president of South Georgia Bank headquartered in Glennville, announced the bank has
NEW YORK - Inc. magazine recently ranked Spine & Sport of Savannah No. 357 on its 28th annual Inc. 500, a ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies.
On Aug. 4, builders, developers, realtors and others who were involved with the creation of The Garrison Place attended a groundbreaking ceremony for the housing development.
Citizens of Georgia Power delivered a truck full of book bags stuffed with school supplies to the Liberty County Board of Education this week.
The Georgia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives has announced that Liberty County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kenny Smiley has met the criteria to be named a Georgia certified chamber Eeecutive.
Liberty County residents joined hundreds of thousands of other car buyers recently, flocking to vehicle lots to take advantage of the government-sponsored Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) or "cash for clunkers."
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce is expanding its membership and staff. The chamber recently hired Genese L. Baker, a Liberty County native, as director of membership and programs.
Local teachers Jason and Dakhine Lee have always enjoyed reading, and now they have channeled their passion for books and comics into Jungle Jake's, a new business in downtown Hinesville.
VIP Office Furniture & Supply recently hired Markie Floyd in the furniture sales division.
Deeds filed with the Liberty County Clerk of Courts from March 23 through April 2 show the following property transfers:
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