Brooke Floyd, field representative for U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga. Dist. 1), addressed the Hinesville Rotary Club April 8. She is a specialist in Medicare Part D and briefly discussed several topics that are important to Kingston including the war in Iraq, transportation and energy. For more information about Kingston, visit http://kingston.house.gov.
Mr. and Mrs. Piatti of Hinesville went to Germany for the Christmas holidays, took along a copy of the Coastal Courier and were photographed at the Landstuhl Christmas market.
Anna Scott visited Sydney, Australia in February and brought a copy of the Coastal Courier with her. She is shown at one of the nature museums in Sydney.
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith III stand in historic Lexington, Mo., on March 29, 2007, at the Civil War battlefield memorial.
Cheryl Mainor knows the pain of losing a child, but she is doing everything she can to make sure no one has to go through what she went through.
The Liberty County Recreation Dept. is sponsoring the AARP Driver safety program Monday-Tuesday, May 5-6, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Shuman Recreation Center.
The Hinesville/Fort Stewart Shrine Club crowned the 2008 Liberty County Junior Miss, Molly Zechman, last weekend.
LUDOWICI -- The 2008 Long County Relay for Life March 29-30 surpassed both its monetary and team goals this year, and continues to grow into one of the county's biggest events.
Debra Lee, BET Networks chairman and CEO, will deliver the keynote address at the Atlantic Area CASA Banquet.
After providing clothes, home furnishings and emotional support free to an estimated 48,000 people, the Heart of Christ will be closing by the end of this month.
Pamela Hill Woodard, a Hinesville resident since 1982, has written a book about her "peculiar" father, James A. Hill Sr.
The Hinesville Area Board of Realtors will host its annual golf tournament on Saturday, April 5, at the Cherokee Rose Golf Course.
Judy Groover volunteered more than 2,500 hours at Coastal Manor from 2000 to 2007. "She interacted with our residents, performing activities and she prepared bulletin boards throughout the facility with themes each month," Elise Stafford, director of the Ludowici nursing home said. The Liberty County Hospital Authority, which governs the nursing home under and agreement with Long County, adopted a resolution honoring the retired teacher on Feb. 19. Stafford also wrote a letter for Groover ...
"The reason for the cross" was the theme for Goldenheirs' March 4 meeting, with appropriate decorations for the covered dish luncheon and program.
The LeConte-Woodmanston Foundation Board of Directors meets at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Coastal EMC office in Midway.
Local leaders offered their thoughts on the passing of human-rights activist Nelson Mandela and the legacy of forgiveness and tolerance he left the world. Mandela was South Africa's first black president and was elected in his country's first democratic election April 27, 1994. He served one term, from 1994-1999.
The Disabled Veterans of America, Chapter 46 marked the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor with a remembrance ceremony Saturday morning at the American Legion, Post 168.
Red, white and blue were the predominant colors for Friday night's 17th annual Illuminated Christmas Parade in Hinesville, with event participants enthusiastically welcoming the troops home for the holidays and honoring their service. The parade was hosted by the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and the Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Members of the Hinesville Military Affairs Committee on Wednesday discussed last month's inaugural Veterans Salute and how to draw a larger crowd to next year's event.
Nativity sets from around the world will be displayed from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at St. Philip's Episcopal Church, 302 E. Gen. Stewart Way in Hinesville. Admission is free.
The girl on fire is back.
Stage Stores Inc., the parent company of Goody's, is raising funds for Toys for Tots through its "Bears that Care" plush-bears sale.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and the Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau will host the 17th annual Illuminated Christmas Parade at 6:30 tonight in downtown Hinesville. This year's theme, "A Red, White & Blue Christmas … A Salute to Our Troops," was chosen to highlight Fort Stewart having almost all 20,000 troops at home for the first time in more than a decade. The parade will begin on Central Avenue and continue onto Welborn ...
The battle to avoid an onslaught of calories was lost Wednesday night when sweet-toothed residents indulged in tasty and creative desserts at the biannual Cupcake War for the Arts. The event was hosted by the Hinesville Area Arts Council at the National Guard Armory on Highway 84.
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Wild Night on Ossabaw will be Dec. 31-Jan. 1 on Ossabaw Island.
If you're looking for an injection of holiday spirit this weekend, you don't have far to go as both Pembroke and Richmond Hill kick off the Christmas holiday this weekend.
Nov. 22 to Dec. 21: A financial matter requires close attention. Also, news from a trusted source provides the means to help sort out a long-standing state of confusion and put it into perspective.
The Hinesville Area Arts Council will host an unusual art exhibition Thursday.
Monday night's seventh annual Christmas in the Park was one of the largest ever, with hundreds of families filling Bradwell Park and the Commerce Street area to see Santa and his reindeer, ride a train or horse-drawn carriage and enjoy live entertainment.