View Mobile Site

Archive By Section - News


Hearing on club's license Wednesday

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.

June 08, 2007 | By Andrea Washington Staff writer | News


Kingston announces

June 07, 2007 | Staff Report | News


AARP reports on year

Liberty County Chapter 5031 of AARP had its annual picnic Tuesday.

June 07, 2007 | By Arlean Scott-Brown Special to the Courier | News


Liberty Kiss-a-Pig contender narrowly misses kiss

By Patty Leon

June 07, 2007 | By Patty Leon Staff Writer | News


Former firefighter pleads guilty in shooting

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.

June 07, 2007 | By Patty Leon | News


Hinesville signs on to help lower teen pregnancy rate

Local community workers were on hand for a "Prevent Teen Pregnancy Month" proclamation signing on Thursday.

June 07, 2007 | By Andrea Washington Staff Writer | News


Kingston announces 'day office'

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."

June 07, 2007 | Submitted | News


Neighbors, law enforcement band together to curb crime

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.

June 07, 2007 | By Patty Leon Staff Writer | News


Residents invited to comment on plan

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.

June 05, 2007 | By Joe Parker Jr. Correspondent | News


Perdue okays school vouchers

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.

June 05, 2007 | By Andrea Washington Staff writer | News


Preservation economist to offer two-part lecture series May 24-25

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."

June 05, 2007 | Submitted | News


HFD "Oustanding"

June 05, 2007 | Staff Report | News


Phone museum, national HQ moving to Hinesville

The bus rolled into the driveway with everyone's eyes peering out the tinted windows. It came to a stop and a loud hissing sound filled the air as the hydraulics kicked in and lowered the bus toward the ground so everyone could disembark. The passengers stepped out, taking in the views of the lush trees and gracious home before them, and knowing they are finally home.

June 05, 2007 | By Patty Leon Staff writer | News


Environmentalists blast development

A dispute has arisen between environmentalists and regulators over a housing development on the Liberty-McIntosh county line.

June 05, 2007 | By John Deike Staff writer | News


Heart of Christ requests donations

Submitted

June 05, 2007 | Submitted | News


« First  « Prev  157 158 159 160 161  Next »  Last »

Page 159 of 174

Articles by Section - News


Presidential eulogy for pastor

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Lines of mourners began forming at the crack of dawn at TD Arena at the College of Charleston, not far from the Emanuel AME Church, where the Rev. and South Carolina Sen. Clementa Pinckney and eight others were gunned down last week.

June 26, 2015 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | News


Appeal filed in RH wrongful death suit

A wrongful-death lawsuit against the city of Richmond Hill and one of its police officers is now headed to the Georgia Court of Appeals.

June 25, 2015 | By Paul Floeckher Correspondent | News


High court preserves all Affordable Care Act subsidies

The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-3 ruling Thursday, upheld the Affordable Care Act subsidies that have helped millions of Americans, including 412,000 Georgians, obtain insurance coverage.

June 25, 2015 | By Andy Miller Georgia Health News | News


Liberty NAACP leader: Charleston church mass shooting highlights need for dialogue

The Wednesday night killing of nine people by a white gunman in a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, highlights the need for everyone to come together and discuss the difficult topics of race, politics and religion, according to the Liberty County NAACP president.

June 18, 2015 | Patty Leon | News


1

Page 1 of 1


Please wait ...