Downtown Hinesville will be filled with music and barbecue from 4-11 p.m. Saturday for the annual Blues & BBQ behind the new judicial center on Main Street.
LONDON - The song remains the same, as Led Zeppelin once observed. But Zeppelin fans can visit the band's music anew thanks to a film of the rock titans' last show together in 2007.
National Good Neighbor Day is Sept. 28. This week, we at Keep Liberty Beautiful will kick off one of our major themes for this year in conjunction with this little-known holiday: "Good Neighbors: Keep it Clean Keep it Green."
Joe and Chong Gillam of Hinesville recently took a copy of the Coastal Courier with them to Miami to watch the Atlanta Braves beat the Miami Marlins.
NEW YORK- Toys R Us has come out with its annual "hot toy" list that includes tablets for kids, fashion dolls in the likeness of boy-band sensation One Direction, and even retro hits like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Furby.
Sgt. 1st Class Lori McCampbell dedicates her days to the Warrior Transition Battalion on Fort Stewart, but she's coming into the time of year when she will give her nights to brighten Christmas morning for Liberty County children.
Today, I'll be your guide to "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," now on home video. You won't even need a passport.
HINESVILLE: Liberty Stadium Cinemas
The Ride for the Cause motorcycle and car event begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, in Irene B. Thomas Park on Sharon Street. Registration is at 9 a.m.
Retired Army Sgt. 1st Class Layton Gilroy wants to pay it forward.
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Someone has some suggestions to offer regarding your new project. You might find them helpful. Remember to avoid speculation and to stick with just the facts, Lamb.
Members of the Class Ladies Social Club took a copy of the Coastal Courier to visit the Martin Luther King memorial Sept. 1 in Washington, D.C.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - In the PBS American Experience documentary "Death and the Civil War" premiering Tuesday night, bloated Union and Confederate bodies are shown scattered on battlefields and in trenches and bleached skulls and body parts are stacked like cordwood.
I'm really not shallow. I know that it is not just about appearances. Although a number of the programs promoted by Keep Liberty Beautiful seem to focus on a cleaner, more attractive community, we have a deeper purpose than just superficial appearances.
The United Way's mission to give, advocate and volunteer intersected Thursday night as the nonprofit kicked off its fall campaign at the Liberty College and Career Academy.
Liberty Coastal Lions Club President Lil Shurtleff recently delivered 10 muslin dolls to Chief Kelly Morningstar of the Midway Police Department. The dolls were made by St. Philip's Episcopal Church Women of Hinesville. The dolls do not have any features, allowing children to create their own doll. These dolls will be placed in the Midway Police Department vehicles and used when children are involved in an accident or any incident.
The Hinesville Area Board of Realtors on May 15 showed its support for Relay for Life by being "Super Realtors" fighting against cancer. The board raised more than $6,000 in donations for Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. The board thanks everyone who bought a raffle ticket to help raise funds.
The Roadway to Recovery Car and Bike Show, benefiting the family of Georgia Ports Authority Cpl. William Solomon, was held at Bryant Commons Park this past Saturday.
Brandi R. Sollosi earned Local Finance Officer Certification in the first quarter of 2015 through the Carl Vinson Institute of Government's financial-management training program.
"The Children of Pride" is a huge book filled with letters written by the Dr. Charles C. Jones family from 1854-68. Robert Mansen Myers is the author of this book, which was published in 1972.
The Long County Schools Summer Feeding Program will run from June 1-18.
Every year, people gather from across Liberty County to participate in the annual Jackie Gilliard-Henderson Memorial Scholarship Walk-a-thon.
Richmond Hill's Tara Jennings has one of those jobs that's hard to define.
Long County's Law Day observance this year paid tribute to a true law-enforcement legend: the late Sheriff Cecil Nobles.
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