Elizabeth B. Holland, originally from Hinesville, has been selected as Tennessee Law Scholar and Research Associates for the Class of 2018 with the University of Tennessee College of Law.
Two Liberty County 4-H members placed at the state 4-H Congress in Atlanta this summer.
Starting with the 2015-16 school year, Georgia will offer an international-skills diploma seal to graduates who demonstrate a strong interest in international business and policy.
Liberty County High School alumnus Donnie Pulliam spent the summer interning with the Heritage Foundation in Washington.
The Long County Board of Education recognized its retiring employees and teachers of the year.
Liberty County High School teacher Cindy Waldrop and her husband, Lew, display a sign marking Mrs. Waldrop's final first day of school. She will retire in spring 2016. Cindy Waldrop has taught school in Liberty County for 23 years after teaching in Texas, Kansas and Washington while her husband served in the U.S. Army.
Representatives from the Liberty County Manufacturing Collaboration recently completed interviews for the manufacturing apprenticeship available to recent high-school graduates who completed Savannah Technical College's certified manufacturing specialist program at Liberty College and Career Academy.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy of Hinesville recently garnered a high ranking among the 3,880 private high schools in the United States.
Armstrong State University will offer a fully online Bachelor of Arts in French, as well as a French minor, starting in the fall 2015 semester. The program is available through eMajor, a consortium of University System of Georgia schools that partner with one another to deliver online bachelor's degree programs.
The Georgia Department of Education is seeking public feedback as it conducts a review of the science and social-studies K-12 standards.
Students at Inspirations Performance Studio in Hinesville learned about the principles of public relations and communications from the city of Hinesville's Public Relations Office from June 3-5.
Two 4-H students learned about leadership and the importance of conquering their fears at a 4-H Cooperative Conference.
Area students who recently were honored by the colleges they attend include:
There were cheers at the Board of Education meeting earlier this evening as it was announced that Lewis Frasier Middle School was no longer on the Georgia Department of Education's Focus School list. The school's staff members were given an award for their efforts during the recognition portion of the meeting. The crowd applauded and staff members cheered for the school's success.
Savannah Technical College has selected Lonnie F. Griffin III as its dean for Liberty Campus. In this role, Griffin is responsible for administration and operation of the STC Liberty Campus in Hinesville.
The 2016 Top 12 Shining Seniors and honorable mentions for Liberty Life Magazine were honored in a ceremony Tuesday at the Liberty County Performing Arts ...
Hinesville Mayor Allen Brown presented the Key to the City to Bradwell Institute's Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl team at Tuesday's Liberty County Board ...
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BATON ROUGE, La. - The following area residentsm who attended Armstrong State University, were recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest collegiate honor ...
Bradwell Institute has done it again. And again.
Liberty County High School students took advantage of winter holidays by visiting three universities: Valdosta State, Albany State and Georgia Southwestern State.
The Liberty County School System has launched a data dashboard for parents.