President George W. Bush wraps the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, around the neck of three-time world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali on Nov. 9, 2005, in the White House. Ali died Friday in a Phoenix-area hospital, his spokesman confirmed to several news outlets.
Bradwell Institute band program students were able to meet their newly hired band director, Alan Weathers, during a meet-and-greet held Thursday inside the Tiger band room.
The Long County girls track team recently competed in the Georgia High School Association 2-AA State Track and Field Championship, which was held in Atlanta and presented by the Atlanta Track Club.
Liberty County basketball player Davion Mitchell has been invited to the National Basketball Association Top 100 Camp at the University of Virginia, which will take place June 14-18.
Scott's All*Stars held the seventh annual Scott's All*Stars Classic from May 20-22 in Hinesville. There were three age groups, eighth through 10th grades.
Hinesville Gators tryouts
Long County native Dustin McGowan was back in Georgia Saturday, pitching against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.
The Long County golf team completed the season recently with the girls taking fourth place and the boys fifth in Region 2-AA tournament.
The Hinesville Seminoles basketball team won the 2016 Liberty County Relay for Life Basketball Tournament, which was May 21 at the Shuman Recreation Center.
Kennesaw State's baseball team won its first regular season title, going 17-4 in the Atlantic Sun Conference, but fell short of winning the A-Sun Championship last week.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy baseball player James Arnold was named to the Georgia Independent School Association All-State baseball team, according to baseball coach Ryan Harmon.
Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia's new site registration is now open.
Gators tryouts next week
The Panthers boys basketball players received their championship rings during an awards ceremony held Wednesday night at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy boys basketball players finally got to slip on their Georgia Independent School Association Class AA state championship rings Tuesday. The FPCA team bejeweled their fingers during a ceremony at Ole Times Country Buffet.
The Long County boys track and field team competed in the recent Georgia High School Association 2-AA State Championship in Jefferson.
Kingfish Classic for Two Hundred Club