Melvin and Clara Dudley had just dropped by Monday afternoon to console Bishop Bobby Kindley who lost his home Feb. 28 to a fire.
The Georgia Department of Transportation (DOT) helped initiate the second phase of a comprehensive transit system plan that would provide public transportation through the rural or non-urban areas of the coastal region.
The level of health care in Liberty County is improving and county residents now have more options for seeking primary health care.
Liberty County Fire Coordinator James Ashdown and Hinesville fire investigator Lt. George Screws rummaged through debris and peered into the remnants of the walls at Bishop Bobby Kindley's house Friday morning to try and determine the cause of the blaze that gutted the interior section of the home.
The Liberty County Development Authority should settle the question of where the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce will move in a few days.
The scent of hot apple cider and the sound of funk drew a small crowd to The Cider House Inc.'s "VOICES: A Celebration of African-Americans through the Arts" event Saturday.
Bishop Bobby Kindley's home was destroyed Wednesday night, the result of a fire that gutted the interior of the residence.
Liberty County voters made history when a black person was elected to chair the Liberty County Board of Education last year.
While attending the National Governors Association Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C. over the weekend, the upcoming freeze on PeachCare for Kids enrollment was on Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue's mind.
Midway's one-man police department might be stretched a little thin if the city council carries out a plan to extend its traffic enforcement jurisdiction in all four directions, to include seven miles of I-95.
Many people don't know African Americans had a role in the history of the United States Capitol and Hinesville native Felicia Bell wants to change that.
The Liberty County Commission is working through a laundry list of projects for 2007, including using the now-vacant site of Liberty County's old hospital for a new Department of Family and Children Services.
How will Liberty County and its municipalities handle future growth?
What was considered "the main event" for Severe Weather Awareness Week in Georgia turned out to be a confusing event for Liberty County Friday morning.
Earlier this week, the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission, along with the Atlanta consulting firm Reynolds Smith and Hills Inc., hosted a meeting that was open to business owners and county residents who could be affected by the US 84/SR 38 median construction plan.
The Hinesville Rotary Club and Fort Stewart's Medical and Dental Activity Command partnered for a special family day celebration Saturday at the Coastal Manor Nursing Home in Ludowici.
Hinesville is the only metropolitan statistical area that doesn't have a conference center, and although Hinesville has the second highest expenditures for family recreation in the Southeast, it doesn't have a family entertainment center.
Despite protests from area residents, Hinesville City Council on Thursday rezoned five acres on Highway. 84 West to accommodate a new grocery store.
In addition to hearing that Liberty and Bryan counties should reduce their withdrawal from the Floridan aquifer, Hinesville city leaders discussed other water-related issues last week during their annual planning workshop on St. Simons Island.
Hinesville city leaders agreed to take a closer look at the city's ordinance for alcoholic-beverage licenses during their annual planning workshop last week.