Five Liberty County schools failed to make adequate yearly progress, according to education officials, and BoE Chairwoman Lily Baker says she is "very alarmed."
Several agenda items were discussed during the Long County Commission meeting July 3.
County Administrator Joey Brown will finally get his day in court as the date for his trial on charges of peeping tom and unlawful surveillance is set for the Superior Court on Aug. 16.
No new adult entertainment will be coming to Midway, at least for the next 90 days. That's what city council decided Monday.
Riceboro is working on its annual budget for the fiscal year that began this month, in part by asking the volunteer fire department to submit a list of its needs.
Hoping to curb the number of local chronic disease sufferers not receiving regular care, the Diversity Health Center board of directors recently applied for the State Office of Rural Health's Rural Health Network Grant.
Need a ride this summer into Savannah? Maybe Glenville or Hinesville? How about just into Ludowici to pick up a few things or out toward Jones Creek to see your grandmother?
The Hinesville City Council considered some of the finer points in regards to a proposed multi-million dollar shopping center that might begin construction soon on the west side of town.
Walthourville councilmember Patricia Green left the recent Georgia Municipal Association convention in Savannah with two reasons to smile.
Hinesville mayoral candidate and Liberty County records archivist Sampie Smith was involved in an incident in which a man claims Smith was holding a handgun down by his side.
There were two reasons for celebration at Fort Morris Wednesday, the observance of the Declaration of Independence of the United States and the expansion of the hours of the historic site. Fort Morris is now open five days each week: Wednesday through Sunday. In this photo re-enactors portray the three Georgia signers of the Declaration; George Walton, Button Gwinnett and Lyman Hall. When not re-enacting, the three are David Roberts of Savannah, George Strickland of Ray City and Jacob Edgar of Fort Morris.
Details were sketchy Friday night after a CSX train struck and killed a pedestrian who reportedly was on the railroad tracks near the Hwy. 144 crossing in Richmond Hill.
Two employees of a fireworks contractor were injured Wednesday when many of the pyrotechnics accidentally detonated prematurely, forcing a halt to the display.
Something in the water didn't smell right for some Hinesville residents.
Happy New Years. 2017 is here.
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