The perfect ending to a hectic day: Yesterday, on the way home, I got behind one of those "magic" trucks.
Looking over the attendance pads from her first Sunday service, new Methodist Pastor Sarah Hyden-Smith read, "Claire Lapella." Next to the name, the box marked "visitor" was checked.
Okay, Georgia Tech fans, give me your best shot. I asked for it.
The first week of May marks the National Education Association's National Teacher Appreciation Week, which exists, in part, because teachers are too often thankless heroes.
When friends ask if I'm ever going to retire as a working journalist, I respond, "how can I leave when I'm having so much fun?"
Editor, I can't help it. I just have to write about the insanity that is engulfing our country today. In my 70-plus years, I have seen a lot of change, but nothing like the crazy things that are transforming our country from one that was founded on religious liberty - as most Americans believe God has a special relationship with the United States - to a nation that has turned its back on God.
The honorable Zell Miller of Young Harris was raised by a remarkable mountain woman. Folks around those parts called her "Miss Birdie," while her son, a man who grew up up to influence Southern and national politics in a tremendous way, always called her "Mama."
There is a fever going around. I hope you catch it.
It had been nine days since the Rev. Sarah Hyden-Smith made her first appearance in the pulpit of Lennox Valley Methodist Church. Her schedule was filled with unpacking boxes, meeting with committees, preparing her first two sermons and other ministerial duties.
Imagine that you are the loan officer at the local community bank.
I believe that each of us has an obligation to leave this world a better place than we found it. Linden Longino is trying to do exactly that.
The Hinesville Fire Department is dedicated to safeguarding lives, property and the environment. One of the ways we pursue this mission is through educating the public. Starting today, you will see a monthly column in the Coastal Courier with important tips and information from one of our very own firefighters. I am proud to be kicking off this great initiative.
Somebody made me really mad on Islands Highway this week. Nothing makes volunteers madder than having someone spew litter all over a road right after a volunteer cleanup.
The other day I had something on my mind, a situation we had just encountered with someone we had sought to help.
There are monsters lurking around our cities. No, not zombies, but they are just as devastating. These monsters create havoc on our environment because citizens ...
In all the years Iris Long had served as editor of Hometown News, she had never felt faint while covering a story. Never, that is ...
People entering automobiles and taking things that don't belong to them has become all too common. The Hinesville Police Department has handled a number ...
It's springtime in Georgia and summer is around the corner. It is a time when we welcome visitors to our great state, and we ...
We've spent a lot of time talking about people running for office this year, but I want to note the departure of a few ...
I haven't met University of Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity, but I give him high marks for the way he has handled the blowback ...