The Ludowici City Council voted during its meeting this month to establish a building permit and regulation guideline ordinance for new construction projects.
Jim Bacote, the founder of the Geechee Kunda site in Riceboro, said he aims to enhance the public's awareness about the heritage and daily lives of African Americans, and he's using his new tourism site to do it.
An elderly Florida man and his son, apparently vacationing together, were injured in a wreck Wednesday on I-95 in Liberty County.
Representatives of the city of Hinesville and Fort Stewart convened at city hall this past week and initiated a comprehensive partnership program to revitalize the downtown district.
Owners of the Bo'Maz nightclub will have a chance to fight a possible temporary closing of their business Wednesday during a show-cause hearing with the Walthourville City Council.
Liberty County Chapter 5031 of AARP had its annual picnic Tuesday.
By Patty Leon
Former Midway volunteer firefighter Calvin Chipp pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of voluntary manslaughter in connection with the April 16, 2005, shooting of Roger Harrell outside the Sky Box bar.
Local community workers were on hand for a "Prevent Teen Pregnancy Month" proclamation signing on Thursday.
A representative of U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston's office will be in Hinesville on Thursday and Ludowici on May 31 to meet with anyone who needs assistance with a federal agency during a Congressional "day office."
When Michael Santiago and his wife Omara moved into the new development along Wayfair Lane about 10 years ago, their neighborhood was under construction and, was rampant with crime, they said.
Area residents are invited to comment on the Coastal Comprehensive Plan at one - or all - of three public meetings being held this week by the Department of Community Affairs.
With the signing of Senate Bill 10 on Friday, Gov. Sonny Perdue gave parents of special-needs students the option of using state-funded vouchers to send their children to private schools.
Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center has won a grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation to bring a preservation economist to the area for a two-part lecture series, "Preservation Economics in Coastal Georgia."
Something in the water didn't smell right for some Hinesville residents.
Happy New Years. 2017 is here.
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