September is National Preparedness Month and it came just in time.
Hinesville City Council may go with another contractor for their public works department based on a recommendation at their council meeting Thursday.
In the end, it could've been much worse.
Fire destroyed a Walthourville mobile home and displaced two people early Monday morning.
Hinesville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority in conjunction with Webster University's Fort Stewart campus, as part of Webster University's national and international Webster Works Worldwide community service day project, will host a youth conference for area youth in grades 6-12 on Oct. 1 at the Fort Stewart Education Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Hinesville City Hall will be closed Friday in anticipation of the impact from Hurricane Hermine.
With severe weather from Hurricane Hermine expected to impact Liberty County Friday morning, county government buildings and other places will be closed.
Due to the severe weather expected from Tropical Storm Hermine many of the local schools have cancelled or rescheduled several athletic events. This information will be updated as we continue to receive information from the coaching staff or school athletic director.
Long County schools will be closed Friday and all extracurricular activities for today and Friday are canceled due to the impending storm, according to an announcement posted on the school system's website.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy will host Trinity Christian Friday night at Long Bell Stadium. Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m.
Schools in Liberty County will be closed Friday as Tropical Storm Hermine is expected to impact the Coastal Empire. Long County school officials will meet later this morning to decide whether to close schools. The Courier will post updates as they're available.
It's been three years since the Liberty County High School Panthers played Statesboro, but between 2010 and 2013 the Panthers went 1-3 against the Blue Devils.
The Hinesville Area Arts Council has set "Coastal Musings," featuring work by Mia Boyle, as its an exhibit for September at the Gallery.
Scott's All*Stars finished its 7th successful season this summer.
It has been nearly half a century since Bradwell and Southeast Bulloch have faced each other, according to the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. The GHSFHA says the Tigers last played Southeast Bulloch in 1966 and 1967. In both of those games the Yellow Jackets were the winners.
Editor's note: This story originally appeared in UVA Today, a publication of the University of Virginia. It is being reprinted with permission.