ST. SIMONS ISLAND-Hinesville city council members and city administration finished their second and final day of their annual planning workshop around noon Saturday.
The five Democratic candidates running for Liberty County sheriff in the upcoming May 24 general primary election answered questions about law enforcement and community relations Tuesday evening during a political forum at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center.
The 1st District, Department of Georgia, American Legion had its 2016 convention at Post 90 in Statesboro Saturday.
ST. SIMONS ISLAND - Hinesville City Council members and city administration met at the Sea Palms Resort and Conference Center on Friday for their annual planning workshop. The first day lasted more than nine hours as they worked through about half of their 23 agenda items.
It is time for the annual Jackie Gilliard-Henderson Memorial Scholarship Walk-a-Thon.
The Boys and Girls Club might be coming to Long County.
Heroes Home Advantage recently announced that Justin Webb of Re/Max All American in Liberty County has renewed his commitment to the organization.
Keep Liberty Beautiful Director Sara Swida was named Organizer of the Year during the Rivers Alive awards ceremony held April 20 at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center in Atlanta.
Candidates for the District 5 seat on the Long County Board of Commissioners are the Democratic incumbent, with a party challenger who was a former commissioner and a lone Republican challenger. The May 24 primary will determine who will face the Republican candidate in November.
Democratic incumbent Willie Thompson will face challenger Walter Pelton for the Long County Board of Commissioners District 3 seat in the May 24 primary election.
Several young women received pearl necklaces that represented their uniqueness and attributes during the Talented and Educated Leading Ladies banquet and showcase.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to add information on Republican candidate Mike Riddle that should have been included. This revised article will be published in Wednesday's print edition.
Thursday was the 65th annual National Day of Prayer, sparking public prayer gatherings around the country, including on the front steps of the Liberty County Courthouse.
Democratic Georgia state representatives met with area media Wednesday in Savannah for a roundtable to discuss their accomplishments during the recent legislative session and issues they are looking to tackle in the coming months.
A Ludowici fifth-grader is on a voyage to become a national memory champion and earn a $10,000 grand prize.
Power has been restored to the 650 homes in east Liberty County that lost it Wednesday morning as Tropical Storm Julia made itself felt.
Ethan Pringle, who was set to graduate Armstrong State University in December and aspired to attend law school at the University of Georgia, will be ...
Former Long/Ludowici Volunteer Fire and Rescue Fire Chief Richard Truman died Wednesday morning at his Ludowici home.
Editor's note: This is the first in an occasional series looking at various public health safety issues through the eyes of the people who ...
The Liberty County Branch of the NAACP is giving voters an opportunity to find out where candidates stand on issues before November's general election.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce has scheduled more Special Purpose Local Options Sales Tax town hall meetings aimed at convincing voters to pass the ...
The Long County Commissioners met Tuesday and discussed an effort to combine the county's magistrate and probate courts into one.
ATLANTA - Sunday marked one month until Georgia's voter registration deadline, Secretary of State Brian Kemp encourages eligible individuals to apply now.
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.