The Interact clubs at Bradwell Institute, Liberty County High School and First Presbyterian Christian Academy are hosting Pennies for Polio fundraisers through the end of March.
Children ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a loved one in the last 24 months are invited to an overnight camp organized by not-for-profit Hospice Savannah's Full Circle bereavement staff and volunteers.
The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society asks area residents to wear mismatched socks in recognition of World Down Syndrome Day Monday.
It's the wearing, drinking, eating and celebrating of the green.
"10 Cloverfield Lane" has been somewhat advertised as a successor to "Cloverfield," the smash-hit monster movie from 2008. While it supposedly takes place in the same universe as that other film, this movie stands alone, mainly because of its outstanding performances, eerie setting, and some sucker punches you are happy you don't see coming.
Armstrong Liberty Center students put down their books and took up rakes and trash bags for a bi-annual day of service March 5.
Hinesville American Legion Post 168 Auxiliary Treasurer Anneliese Knapp and President Anet Owens present a $200 check from the organization to Dal Cannady on Feb. 29 when the WTOC reporter's Walk for Heroes came to Liberty County. The walk raises money for the American Red Cross.
Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black has alerted Georgians to the recall of fresh products containing cut cantaloupe, which were sold exclusively at the Bi-Lo store at 312 S. Veterans Drive in Glennville.
Individuals and businesses joined together Monday to support WTOC news reporter Dal Cannady's Walk for Heroes, benefiting the American Red Cross.
The Liberty County/Armed Services YMCA in partnership with the Hinesville Downtown Development Authority is giving the public an opportunity to honor past and present military personnel and first responders by sponsoring American flags.
"Eddie the Eagle" is definitely another tried-and-true inspirational story that we've seen a million times over. There are hardly any surprises or mysteries about what happens to our hero, but for the most part, we're still willing to go along for the ride to find some inspiration of our own.
Our annual Great American Cleanup in Liberty County will officially begin March 19.
Veterans of the mighty 24th Infantry Division are at Fort Stewart to commemorate the silver anniversary of Operation Desert Storm. Many activities have taken place during the five-day reunion, which ends today. These activities fostered social interaction, remembering and celebrating, educational sessions on post-traumatic stress disorder, suicide prevention and understanding the Gulf War Syndrome. The National Desert Storm Memorial presentation Friday was the highlight of the reunion. The following article is one I wrote in late July 1991.
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