Liberty County Sheriff Steve Sikes and Jail Administrator Jeff Hein toured the Liberty County Re-entry Coalition's new office building Thursday. Sikes and Hein were greeted by coalition members Morris Cockerm and Daisy Jones and state Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway.
A portion of Holmestown Road, from Westfield Road to Highway 119, will be renamed "Freddie Walthour Sr. Road."
ATLANTA - The Georgia House passed House Resolutions 1608 and 1655 to rename portions of roads, sponsored by state Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, during the recent session.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce recently named Haley Nickell as its new membership coordinator.
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The two deals are very different in size and other details, but the Georgia hospital combinations announced last week reflect the fast pace of such partnerships between sometimes distant health systems.
JESUP - The Democratic Party of Georgia will elect district delegates on April 16 for the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Two different plans for projects that would be funded should voters approve a new Special Purpose Local Options Sales Tax were presented at a stakeholders meeting Monday evening with local officials.
ATLANTA - State Rep. Jeff Jones, R-Brunswick, recently announced that House Bill 219, legislation he sponsored related to public and private pools, was passed by the State Senate.
The Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau has received $5,000 from the Georgia Department of Economic Development Tourism division to fund the Gateway Heritage Rehabilitation and Renewal Project.
FORSYTH - Advanced Deputy Matthew McKnight of the Liberty County Sheriff's Office completed a course in advanced traffic law at the Georgia Police Academy Division of the Georgia Public Safety Training Center.
After a series of legislative and judicial setbacks in recent weeks, Texas energy company Kinder Morgan announced Wednesday afternoon that it has suspended work on the controversial Palmetto Pipeline, which would have gone through Liberty and Long counties as part of its 360-mile route between Belton, South Carolina, and Jacksonville, Florida.
Mike Hester, the CEO of the Liberty Regional Medical Center, wants to transform health care in Liberty County.
Interchange lighting repairs, security gates and new wetland requirements were discussed at Monday's Liberty County Development Authority board meeting.
Ground will be broken for the runway extension project at MidCoast Regional Airport at Wright Army Airfield on Thursday morning.
Liberty County Commissioners got an update Tuesday on the county's rural water system and were told of a grant that could help expand that ...
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks and local groups are commemorating 9/11 in a number of ways.
You've heard of student-athletes. Well, Grayson Carter is a student-advocate.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding a man who's been missing for nearly a month.
The Long County Sheriff's Office narcotics unit initiated an investigation into the manufacture and sale of illegal drugs in August 2016.
A business sought approval during the Sept. 1 Hinesville city council meeting for a special permit for property on Mattie Street.
Parts of Highway 84 near the Super Walmart in Hinesville will be closed Thursday and Friday.
HINESVILLE, Ga. (Sept. 7, 2016) – On the evening of Sept. 6, 2016, the City of Hinesville detected a leak in a 24-inch sewer force main ...
Sapelo Hammock Golf Club in Shellman Bluff will welcome author Robert Coram and his new book titled "Double Ace" on Sept. 14 at the clubhouse.
County commissioners had a short mid-month meeting in August that included a proclamation, department updates and an intergovernmental agreement with the Liberty Regional Medical Center ...
Liberty Head Start will receive a $500,000 grant for the construction of a new facility.
Tropical Storm Hermine led to the cancellation or postponement of local prep sports across the Coastal Empire.
Editor's note: This story originally appeared in UVA Today, a publication of the University of Virginia. It is being reprinted with permission.