Despite a persistent rain Saturday, the 28th Long County Wildlife Festival was a success. The free event, which began at 10 a.m. included a catfish pond, arts and crafts, pony and train rides, a moon walk, face painting, a turkey shoot and musical acts. Festival-goers, who worked up an appetite having fun, could snack on foot-long corndogs, chili, fried fish and blooming onions. Later in the day, Terry Gordon was named Long County's Citizen of ...
After a few weeks of work, a group Savannah College of Art and Design students have completed their massive, two-part art installation, which is designed to serve as a memorial to slaves who worked the land at LeConte-Woodmanston Plantation. The exhibit is open to the public.
Sharon Baldwin, Haywood Banks, Gerri K. Brown and Charles Fields were awarded $1,000 scholarships by the Hi-Fidelity Civic Club. The club's annual pageant raises funds to award scholarships and aid other charities in the community.
Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield will have its semi-annual Fort Stewart Cemetery Council cemetery and historical site visit at 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 2.
Liberty County High School's 2010 homecoming queen, Desiree Garica, was crowned Friday night during halftime at the football game. She was escorted by Albert Garcia. Desiree is the daughter of Brian and Rubie Garcia. She plans to attend Univeristy of Georgia and become a pediatrician.
Efforts are already under way in Liberty County to ensure every child living in the area has a joyful holiday season.
The American Angels, LRC is a new local group of female motorcycle enthusiasts whose main goal is to support our troops and send care packages to deployed soldiers.
Deep in the dark swamps of Liberty County, amid the cypress trees and gators, a group of Savannah College of Art and Design students is working on a massive temporal art project.
Journalist and CNN political analyst Roland S. Martin will speak at the Savannah Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's scholarship luncheon at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront.
Last week, Gateway Behavioral Health Services had its first annual Fall Fest at the NC Ranch in Long County.
Sometimes a little perspective is necessary in life. Early Friday morning, this concept became very clear to me as I stood in formation with the entire 3rd Infantry Division of Fort Stewart, watching the sun rise. I'd been granted permission to participate in the division-wide motivational run, and as I looked around I realized this group of about 20,000 brave soldiers will not stand together again for nearly two years. Being surrounded by the seemingly ...
Sara Swida, director of Keep Liberty County Beautiful, and her assistant, Karen Bell, were guests at the September meeting of the Goldenheirs.
Liberty County law enforcement officers, community organizers and family members lined up outside Carter's Funeral Home on Thursday to say goodbye to one of their own.
The Goldenheirs elected officers for the year at their September meeting. The club is composed of seniors who meet at First Baptist Church in Hinesville at noon on the first Tuesday of each month for a covered-dish lunch and a program.
Last Saturday's Blues and BBQ was a laid-back, casual jam fest in downtown Hinesville. Hundreds of visitors wandered between barbecue tents and trailers and settled into lawn chairs for sultry and swinging musicians as the sun went down. Eventgoers tapped their toes to Brenda Meteyor and A Touch of Class, The Eddie Kirkland Band and Eric Culberson throughout the evening.
The thought of eating macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes and gravy, tuna salad and chicken pot pies was comforting long before they were called comfort foods. Comfort foods don't have to be fancy. They're simple, delicious and usually inexpensive to make.
Couples and families looking for a quiet beach without large, noisy crowds and commercial development don't have far to go.
A local disabled veteran's correspondence with President John F. Kennedy's speechwriter, Theodore Sorensen, could be heading for the Kennedy Library in Boston.