As if he didn't have enough on his plate already.
This Saturday, I participated in and finished my first 5k race. Never mind that I came in second to last. Never mind the sharp pain shooting through my seemingly ever-expanding hips. It felt nice to finish something.
Every year after the legislative session ends, I send out a newsletter to constituents reporting on the activities of our session and asking for feedback on issues important to them.
It's wonderful to have members of the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team back home. The last of the Vanguard troops have walked across Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field, uncased their colors and embraced the loved ones who've patiently waited for their return, bringing Fort Stewart back to full capacity.
Editor, You know, it's good to have a local news writer here in Long County for the Coastal Courier in Hinesville. That's one of my favorite newspapers, and I feel lost without my Coastal Courier.
Editor, Please accept this letter as our sincere appreciation for the recent contribution of those within our community who helped our youth pastors, Daniel and Chirnique Dotson, and the ministry of Immanuel Christian Center in making our first annual Teen Week event a great success.
John Henderson sent me the following little anecdote about "being green" as opposed to actually "living green." I hope you enjoy it. Thank you for sending it, John.
Two of my favorite schoolteachers, grandson Nicholas Wansley and Mandy Bragg, were married last week. It was a beautiful and moving ceremony. I pray their marriage will be as happy as they, their families and friends were on that special day.
You throw back the comforter made by Guanzhou Meishi Textile Co. and slip out from under the Egyptian cotton sheets. After brushing your teeth, you dress, putting on a shirt made in Thailand and a tie imported from the U.K. The look is complete with a suit made in Hong Kong. Not wanting to be late, you check the time on your Swiss-made watch as you slip into a pair of Italian loafers.
Politicians have been quick to criticize the federal stimulus package, calling it a waste of tax dollars. They point out that they haven't noticed much of a difference in unemployment rates across the Peach State. Counties are still reporting high percentages, despite millions of dollars being pumped into job programs.
A recent break-in to our storage unit reminded me that value is relative. Although the unit holds almost every material thing my husband and I have accumulated over the years, apparently nothing in our unit was worth stealing.
It has been 27 years since he passed away, and not a day goes by that I don't miss him terribly, especially on Father's Day.
Over the course of many years, I have spent a lot of time in hospital waiting rooms hoping for good news and, at the same ...
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 ...