I spent last week helping assess a group of people for a job I couldn't do if my life depended on it.
There is Facebook group I recently joined entitled "You are probably from or lived in Hinesville if you remember." I have thoroughly enjoyed learning much about the city, county and things that happened years ago.
Editor, I saw the following quote on Facebook recently: "I tried to keep silent but my ancestors won't let me."
At Keep Liberty Beautiful, we are all about trash this month. Trash pickup, that is.
Last weekend, as I introduced President Barack Obama on the steps of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, I was overcome with emotions. Of course, I reflected on how far we have come over the past 50 years. But one thought could not escape my mind: Those who fight to make it harder to vote don't know what it's like to be kicked, clubbed and beaten for the simple right to cast a ballot.
Editor, Sam's, Costco, Barnes and Noble, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Hallmark, Hancock Fabrics, Staple's, Bed Bath and Beyond, JC Penney, Sears, Dillard's, Macy's, Kirkland's, etc.
It is with regret I tell you that our intrepid public servants in the Legislature have scuttled a bill that would have lowered the age of eligibility to serve as a member of the House of Representatives to 18 years of age and to 21 in the State Senate.
Editor, For decades, students at the traditional public schools in Georgia have been denied the chance to win a state championship because the system overseen by the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) ignores the fact that there is no parity among traditional public schools, private schools and city schools.
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Midway city clerk Lynette Cook-Osborne was quoted as saying, "Transient merchant licenses for this type of business cost $50 per day and that occupational licenses for businesses with one to five employees cost $100 per year," in the July 6, 2011, Coastal Courier.
Sometimes, I look across our yard and sigh, "Too much of that stubborn red Georgia clay shines through." I think, "Oh, one day…."
Will this be a better world because you and I spent some time here? Can we really make a difference?
Editor, If you have a child, grandchild, nephew or niece enrolled in the Liberty County School System, or if you simply live and pay taxes in Liberty County, you are a stakeholder in the system.
Our business community plays an important role in having a clean, attractive place to live, work and play. We recognize the effort that our local businesses make with our quarterly Win-dex Awards. Nominations are being accepted through March 31.
There are few things more important to a community than transportation, and the same goes for a business. No matter what size or location, communities need safe, efficient connectivity for residents and businesses.
In the midst of all the turmoil over recent Supreme Court decisions on Obamacare and gay marriage as well as the furor over the Confederate ...
Some wars are not fought on battlefields these days. They are fought on social networks with the weapons of Twitter feeds and Facebook memes.
Georgia recently released a 24-page report examining the costs of the State Health Benefit Plan, the health-insurance plan for state employees, including school-district employees.
To be honest, I was more than a mite worried. I was plenty worried. My husband, raised not in the South or in the country ...
An essential element of a vibrant, attractive community is clean, inviting, thriving neighborhoods.
Superior-court clerks in Georgia wear a lot of hats and perform numerous statutory duties.
Editor, I voted no on the 1-cent sales tax and thought it was over. Now, I hear they are going to have a vote on ...
Editor, Bring your gun to church. Bring your gun to the movie theater. Teachers, take your gun to school. Don't leave home without it.
It was supposed to be one and done, but it didn't work out that way.
This is what's happening in California as the state tries to cope with a record-breaking drought that is now in its fourth year.