For the second time in 15 years, the team representing Liberty County got to pucker up and kiss Reba the pig at the 19th annual Kiss-A-Pig campaign, which benefits the American Diabetes Association.
A man reportedly broke into the Mystik convenience store last week in Ludowici, damaging and robbing the store.
The Hinesville Downtown Farmers Market is held from 4-8 p.m. each Thursday now through Oct. 27. HDDA officials say vendors will be selling area-grown fresh produce, grass-fed beef, eggs and dairy products, honey, arts and crafts, soy candles, jams and jellies and customized woodwork. For more information, call 877-4332 or email email@example.com.
From the dirt road out front, the bold black lettering on the small, blue, brick building seems like a joke: "Animal Control."
The Hinesville City Council voted Thursday to redraw its voting districts to comply with the Voting Rights Act. The city's 2010 Census numbers shows two of its districts' populations swelled in the past 10 years, and another district's population has declined somewhat.
The winners of the 19th annual Kiss-A-Pig campaign will be announced tomorrow night during the campaign's final gala dinner at 7 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Ballroom in Savannah.
The Hinesville Save-a-Lot food store donated 10,000 pink lady apples to America's Second Harvest Food Bank of Coastal Georgia during a ceremony Thursday morning attended by Hinesville Mayor Jim Thomas, Save-a-Lot District Manager Mike Holcombe and Second Harvest Food Servicing Manager Russ Toler.
On Tuesday, the Liberty County Board of Commissioners approved five grants for local historic sites along the Historic Liberty Trail, which stretches from the coast all throughout the county.
Midway City Council's Monday work session came to an abrupt halt and was adjourned about two minutes into the proceedings because the agenda was not approved.
Liberty County planning-workshop participants listened to presentations Thursday morning on three topics: poverty, transportation and water issues.
A mix of officials selected the three most important issues in their respective communities Wednesday during the first day of the countywide planning workshop on St. Simons Island.
Construction on Hinesville's new 48,327-square-foot, three-story city hall currently is ahead of schedule. The city broke ground on the $7 million brick and balustrade structure last June after demolishing the old city-hall building.
City and county officials convened Wednesday to discuss community issues, low Census numbers and what each entity has been involved in since last year's workshop.
City and county officials gave themselves a C average when grading how they have followed up on projects in the past year.
The Long County Sheriff's Office and the Ludowici/Long County Fire Department Auxiliary donated $2,982 to the family of Josh Berry to help with the costs of the teen's cancer treatment.
Some Long County Commissioners attended Monday's Board of Education meeting to receive more information on a joint project for a proposed deceleration lane required at the new high school.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and area governments want to know which products residents are buying out of county, and they're going to hire a retail firm to find out.
District 1 state Sen. Earl "Buddy" Carter, who recently announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives, addressed Long County leaders Tuesday at a dinner hosted by the Long County Chamber of Commerce at Lillian Simmons' home.
Commercial and residential developments are growing in Liberty County, and the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission is preparing and planning for it.
Long County's newly elected board of commissioners has asked the U.S. Marine Corps for federal funds to offset the loss of tax revenue from nearly 21,000 acres that would become part of the proposed Townsend Bombing Range expansion.
The Hinesville City Council heard, discussed and decided on 23 action and information items during Thursday's meeting, which lasted three hours.
A Long County animal shelter that has drawn the ire of neighbors on Hugh Gordon Lane again survived scrutiny by the Long County Commission last week.
The Ludowici City Council on Thursday held a special called meeting Thursday to approve a contract for infrastructure work, including sidewalk repair and pipe installation.
During Thursday's three-hour meeting, the Hinesville City Council approved a rezoning request by Obro Inc. for local attorney Joel Osteen, and a site layout and traffic-circulation plan for a mixed-use development.
U.S. Census Bureau population estimates recently released indicate the Coastal Georgia region continues to grow, but the population inside Liberty County has not kept up with growth projections between 2010 and 2012.
The Liberty County Convention & Visitors Bureau hosted a workshop for tourism professionals June 4-5 at Liberty County Schools Performing Arts Center.
The Liberty County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a $189,812 bid for improvements to Wild Heron Road, but the group tabled action on a bid for Rye Patch Road so some questions can be answered.
At its first regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the new Long County Commission wasted no time in making several changes.
Public works contractor CH2MHILL/OMI was hit with a phone-scam attack in late April that tied up their phone system for two days, preventing it from making or receiving legitimate calls, OMI Director Gregg Higgins said.
As Tropical Storm Andrea made its way across Florida on Thursday afternoon, Liberty County Emergency Management Agency Director Mike Hodges said Coastal Georgia residents needed to prepare for excessive wind and rain into Friday morning. The storm carries with it the possibility of up to 5 inches of rain, 60 mph wind gusts, isolated tornadoes and some high surf.