A civilian-military health-care alliance recommended by a 2012 Fort Stewart Growth Management Partnership study is taking shape, despite not having funding.
The Liberty County Board of Education on Tuesday approved sexual-education resources in accordance with state guidelines.
Living in coastal Georgia can present unique opportunities. Discovering an alligator living in your subdivision might be one of those.
A Leisure Travel trip on May 13 takes you to the Savannah Civic Center for a Blue Man Group performance, described as a live celebration of art, technology, and music. It is science, laughter and a creative urge.
National Infant Immunization Week, which is April 20-27, is a time to recognize the importance of immunizations.
Winn Army Community Hospital hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday behind WACH's emergency department to celebrate the grand opening of the facility's new Toshiba Vantage Titan 3T magnetic resonance imaging medical system.
Bradwell Institute students have geared up for prom this week with spirit-oriented activities, but they've also been given opportunities to ponder the ripple effects that stem from their choices.
Veterans from as far away as Peach County came to Glennville on Wednesday to compete for hundreds of law-enforcement jobs open to former military members.
Veterans in Georgia's 1st District have an advocate in their congressman. During Monday's annual Veterans Services Forum at Armstrong Atlantic State University Center, Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., urged veterans having problems with their disability claims through the Department of Veterans Affairs to contact his office for assistance.
Wheels Day, giving Fort Stewart youngsters a chance to explore and learn about safety vehicles and vehicles their parents drive and maintain, will be from 9 a.m.-noon Friday at the Child Development Center.
The Low Country Real Diaper Circle and Bottoms Up, a local cloth diaper store, are sponsoring Savannah's Premier Green Baby Expo, a one-day free event to promote natural living for today's eco-conscious families.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Hunters and other interested citizens can review proposed changes to hunting regulations for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 hunting seasons.
Local residents may notice their cars keep changing color, sometimes on a weekly basis. One week, cars may have a greenish film covering the body and windows. The next week, that green film may take on a yellowish tint.
There are about 800 law enforcement-related jobs currently open statewide.
A Savannah-based business will send delegates this month to Washington, D.C., to lobby for modifications to the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, but the group also has begun a grassroots campaign to enlighten its regional base.