Midway continues its municipal growth as it prepares to appoint a city judge, discusses an inspections department and continues development of its new police department.
Troop movements are a way of life for America's military and 3rd Infantry Division officials want soldiers' families to know that an early deployment is possible.
The historic old white house once used as the city of Hinesville's train depot in the early 1900s may be sold for $10 and saved from being torn down.
Former county commissioner and retired teacher Sampie W. Smith has announced his intent to run for mayor of Hinesville in the Nov. 6 election.
The 3rd Infantry Division commanding general had a full schedule of events Thursday including a stop that brought a wave of excitement at Taylors Creek Elementary School's USO Show.
Hinesville police placed two men in custody Friday night following the department's investigation into the city's first homicide of the year.
While veterans and heroes from the global war on terrorism are being remembered all over the country, Fort Stewart remembered one of its own World War II medal of honor recipients Thursday during a building dedication ceremony.
Two Riceboro residents have been charged with murder and cruelty to a child in connection with the death of a 3-year-old last week.
Liberty County Superintendent Dr. Steve Wilmoth lost his bid to lead the Columbia County, Georgia school system Tuesday. The Columbia County school board voted to promote its current Assistant School Superintendent Charles Nagle over Wilmoth at its session Tuesday.
Two Hinesville teenagers died Sunday night in a single-car wreck in Long County. Cassandra Perry and Jasmine Naylor, both 17, were killed when the 2006 Toyota Scion they were traveling in struck a pine tree on Tibet Road. According to Georgia State Patrol Trooper Joel Mock, the vehicle collided with a pine tree about 9:30 p.m. after 18-year-old driver Uzuri Burkes lost control of the car. Perry and Naylor, who were sitting the back of ...
By Andrea Washington Coastal Courier (Hinesville, GA) Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org With the pomp and circumstance of the first week in session over, members of the Georgia General Assembly returned to work Monday. Here are a few of the happenings from the first four days of the 149th General Assembly. Georgia Senate Former senator Casey Cagle made history when he hammered his gavel for the first time as president of the upper chamber in the ...
A Hinesville Police Department report released on Friday paints a chilling image of the city's first homicide of the year.
The first annual King of the Streets auto and bike show was presented Saturday Jan. 20 in the parking lot of Bubba's nightclub. Stanley Bryant, owner of Karzzam Auto & Bike accessories, was the sponsor and hopes it will become an annual event. There was music, food and cash prizes with two $500 prizes going for the King of the Auto division and King of the Bike division.
Engineer Paul Simonton showed this photo and others demonstrating the progress of the new wastewater treatment plant during this past week's Hinesville City Council meeting. Simonton said the major part of the structure is about 65 percent complete and the project is about 5-12 days behind schedule.
Tara Crooks and Starlett "Star" Henderson laugh when people think they are country music singers or private investigators, but as the military continues to deploy they become more passionate about helping Army wives support their husbands and survive a life of shared sacrifice, acronyms and separations.
The death of a man found Wednesday morning in Wayne County is under investigation, and two people - a juvenile female and a man - have been arrested in Long County in connection with the fatal shooting.
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