If you think traffic on Flemington's Old Sunbury Road is unbearable, you're not alone.
Plans to redesign Bradwell Park moved forward - if only a little - following a two-hour meeting at Hinesville's city hall council chambers Thursday.
The Liberty County Development Authority approved refinancing one bond debt into a tax-exempt bond at a lower interest rate and an $8,125 bid for repairs to one of its Hinesville Technology Park facilities during its meeting Monday.
The YMCA of Coastal Georgia is launching Priceless Gifts, its' annual community support campaign.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor announced Wednesday that the preliminary unemployment rate in metro Hinesville rose to 9.2 percent in December, up three-tenths of a percentage point from 8.9 percent in November.
The construction phase for the new high school was approved at the Long County Board of Education's January meeting.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation autopsy on a Walthourville toddler who was found dead in a canal Jan. 15 declared homicide the cause of the child's death.
The Liberty County Board of Education tackled a full agenda that included construction, personnel and policy issues during its Tuesday work session.
Two more men have been arrested in connection with the stabbing death of Terry "TJ" Floyd, 19, who died after being stabbed several times Saturday night in Fleming.
Storms could be in Coastal Georgia's future.
The Hinesville City Council began its Jan. 19 meeting at the City Council chamber by recognizing a local citizen.
Savannah Technical College and its satellite campuses on Fort Stewart Army Education Center and in Liberty and Effingham counties, have not been considered for closure amid current talks, according to Gail Eubanks, the school's executive director of institutional advancement and communications.
The Liberty County Development Authority likes to be "liked."
Mollie Ashmore called Hinesville her home all 96 years of her life. She died Sunday, and while friends and family members prepared for her funeral services today, they remembered "Miss Mollie," not just for her personal accomplishments but for her honest, straight-forward demeanor.
For 124 students competing in the sixth annual Liberty County Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl last Friday, the devil was in the details.
The Hinesville Area Arts Council asked the Liberty County Commission Tuesday to renew the organization's lease on its 640-square-foot space on Commerce Street in Hinesville.
The media player at left has daily reports from the Georgia General Assembly for 2014 session, which began Jan. 13: