Two people who live next to the Liberty Square plaza on McDonald Street voiced complaints about a potential safety hazard to the Ludowici City Council during its regular meeting June 12.
Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series about gangs in Hinesville.
A pedestrian, struck by a vehicle Wednesday while trying to cross Highway 84 in front of the Huddle House in Hinesville, is recovering from his injuries, according to authorities.
An estimated 1,800 riders are expected to arrive in Hinesville today as the 27th annual Bike Ride Across Georgia (BRAG) makes a pit stop in Liberty County.
When Bo'Maz nightclub owners Bobby and Mazie Fabian walked into the meeting room of the Walthourville City Hall on Tuesday night, the decision on whether to temporarily close their business had already been determined.
The Cosmopolitan Club celebrates their 33rd annual Miss Teenage Liberty County Pageant. Five young women are competing for the titles of Miss Liberty County and Miss Cosmopolitan.
Liberty County's 2008 proposed budget is now available, and the finance board has recommended it several financial changes for the upcoming fiscal year.
Marques Tyrel Davis, who was arrested on June 8, during a Multi Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task Force (MACE) patrol of the Mission Ridge area of Hinesville, has been denied bond.
As the June 18 deadline to appeal property tax appraisals nears, workers in the tax appraisers office continue to assist taxpayers who have questions or want to file appeals.
Ogeechee-Canoochee Riverkeeper membership is at an all-time high and the organization welcomed a new board chair, Jim Abbot, during its third annual meeting earlier this month.
The 7th annual Walk to Dorchester kicks off Saturday and organizers are hoping for another year of bringing together residents from all sectors of Liberty County.
Monroe County Superior Court Judge Thomas Wilson's decision to release former Douglas County High School athletic standout and honor student Genarlow Wilson from prison on Monday has once again brought attention to Georgia's teen sex laws.
Even though no one was exactly sure where the actual document was, Midway City Council on Monday voted to approve an agreement with the Liberty County Development Authority on water supply and wastewater treatment.