Like many other Liberty County youths, LaTrinitee Nelson, 4, enjoyed her summer at vacation Bible school and summer camp, but she's already thinking about the upcoming school year.
Up until just a few months ago, Donald Lovette, like many other Liberty County residents, was missing large chunks of information about his family history. Since he's passionate about history, especially Liberty County history, it bothered him that he didn't know anything about his relatives who preceded his grandfather.
After six years as president for the local Association of the United States Army, Luis Carreras handed the reins to Chess Merritt during a ceremony Wednesday that also celebrated the chapter's 50th anniversary.
The Long County Board of Education and Commission are participating in a summer meals program that provides free breakfasts and lunches for children younger than 18.
As the sun set on Fort Stewart's 4th of July celebration, providing relief from the heat, soldiers and their families flocked to the stage on Donovan Field where two national music acts rocked the crowd well into the evening.
The descendants of the late John and Carlene Cummings traveled to the mountains in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., on May 21 and they took the Coastal Courier. Family members from Hinesville, Savannah, Atlanta, Virginia and New Jersey made the trip.
Alissa Aguirre, 5, stood patiently in line as Anna-mime the Clown twisted and turned balloons into her favorite animal.
Fifteen students and scientists from New York spent June in the sweltering Georgia outback with one purpose: To dig. And dig. And dig.
Long County recently commemorated the nation's birthday with the 2009 Miss Independence Day Pageant in the Long County High School cafeteria.
Thomas Nathaniel Terry was born to Theresa and Michal Terry at 3:18 p.m. on May 30. Born at Liberty Regional Medical Center, baby Thomas weighed 5 pounds, 6 ounces and measured 19 inches.
The second annual "Larger Than Life" pageant was held May 23 at Long County High School. The contestants were presented to a panel of judges who scored them on appearance, poise and confidence.
Capitol Records recording artist the Dukes of Da'Ville recently surprised and delighted children at the St. James summer camp when they dropped in for an unexpected visit.
Despite a two-hour weather delay, Colt Ford put on a great show June 18 at the Clubhouse in Rye Patch in Long County for the fans who braved the rain.
On June 6, the LeConte-Woodmanston Rice Plantation's Super Saturday event featured Steve Hein, who lectured about the magnificient raptors of Georgia Southern University. Audience members were able to see the birds of prey up close and Marie Goodrich even got a picture taken with Freedom the bald eagle.
The former Dorchester Consolidated School in Midway recently got a new tin roof and interior upgrades - the first steps in a restoration planned for the structure, which is now the Dorchester Civic Center.
The Goldenheirs meeting on May 7 opened with Jane Cart doing the devotion with a Mother's Day theme.
Elacha Roman of Hinesville received the Girl Scout Gold Award at a formal ceremony May 5 in Savannah.
Want to see something nasty? Just walk out to the nearest sidewalk or curb near you and chances are you will see a bunch of nasty cigarette butts tossed by passing mindless smokers. Yuck!
EDITOR'S NOTE: DVDs reviewed in this column will be available in stores the week of June 10.