When Ramona Parchman moved to Hinesville from New Castle, Pa. in 1997, she was preparing for a fresh start with her son's new start-up business.
The decision on whether to install cameras at specified traffic lights hinges on the votes of two Hinesville city councilmen Thursday.
Sheriff Cecil Nobles addressed Long County commissioners during their May meeting asking for support in cracking down on problems with four-wheelers and ATVs in the county.
By Patty Leon
An anticipated public outcry has mustered in Liberty County following the arrival of this year's property tax assessments.
The Walthourville City Council moved one step closer to honoring one of the city's most celebrated residents during its meeting Tuesday night.
The director of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division has declared a level two drought response across the state and will require all Georgians to follow a more stringent outdoor water-use schedule.
The Liberty County school board Tuesday approved a finalization of the uniform dress code policy allowing jewelry in piercings in ear lobes only.
A tropical storm watch that had been issued for the coast along South Georgia and Florida has been discontinued, the National Weather Service announced Thursday morning.
In the wake of the tragedy at Virginia Tech, Virginia Gov. Timothy Kaine reported to the Virginia-Pilot newspaper, that he was working on legislation to close a loophole in the state's gun laws.
After a three-week standoff with Republican leaders in the Georgia House, Gov. Sonny Perdue withdrew his veto of the midyear budget on Tuesday, opting instead to give a line-item veto for a one-time tax rebate for Georgia property owners.
The death of a Kansas policeman Tuesday from injuries suffered during the massive wave of storms that swept that area Friday was felt on Fort Stewart, as a young soldier readied to deploy to Iraq.
Hinesville city officials may have a plan to lessen the impact of storm-water pollution, which has reportedly played a significant role in disrupting the ecosystem of the marshes.
While problems of poverty linger throughout the area, some disadvantaged residents will soon receive a helping hand from Liberty County and the state.
The Liberty County Development Authority has decided to borrow up to $30 million to fund construction of a large, state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant to serve East Liberty.