Residents of Raintree Apartments will have an interruption in water service after a break in the water main serving the complex, which is off Gen. Screven Way. City officials shut off water to the line to assess damage and have no estimate of when service will be restored, according to an email from city spokeswoman Brittany McClure.
Liberty County residents will have to wait a bit longer to see whether federal individual assistance will help them cover costs associated with damages from Hurricane Matthew.
Ludowici Police Chief Robert Poppell is being evaluated at an area hospital after his patrol car was struck this morning on Highway 84.
U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter visited Liberty County Wednesday morning and meet with officials and personnel from the Liberty County Office of Emergency Management.
Editor's note: The below email was sent out by Long County Schools superintendent Dr. Robert Waters this morning. It wasn't posted sooner due to lack of access to emails at the Courier office.
Clean up and recovery continues and some businesses and offices are set to open while others remain close. Here is a brief list of what we have so far.
As residents return to their homes, cleanup efforts have ramped up and Liberty County Emergency Management Director Mike Hodges said that has opened the door for those looking to scam the public.
Liberty County is lifting the dusk to dawn curfew effective as of 5 p.m. today. According to the press release and under the request and recommendation from local officials, Governor Nathan Deal is lifting the mandatory evacuation order for the mainland of Bryan, Liberty and McIntosh counties.
The following is a press release from the Liberty County Health Department:
As residents begin to return to the east end of the county, businesses are starting to get back to normal in the western section of town and around Hinesville.
The Liberty County Office of Emergency Management continues to allow limited access re-entry to residents who evacuated the east end of the county.
Dear Courier readers,
Officials with the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency sent out a notice Saturday on behalf of Long County leaders.
The Liberty County Board of Commissioners is asking those who evacuated to not re-enter the county until further notice.
The Liberty County Emergency Management Agency will begin shuttling people to Red Cross Sheltering locations, who have no other means of evacuating to a safe location.
Liberty Cinemas donated $6,000 to Liberty County Manna House on Nov. 23.
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