Several soldiers and their families took to the streets of Fort Stewart for the post's annual Take Back the Night walk on Wednesday.
"The coffee industry has failed the consumers by not educating them on what the process is and how to brew the perfect cup of coffee," Dr. Joseph John, president of Josuma Coffee Co., told an audience Tuesday during a presentation at Uncommon Grounds.
Like many local children, toddler Aubrey Poole stood in the sunshine Wednesday giggling as she fed handfuls of greens to a giant rabbit owned by Hampton Island Preserve. Eyes wide, she soon moved on to watch a small diamondback terrapin splash around in a tank, and finally made her way to see the squirming ferrets.
The Alliance of Administrators will host its third Administrators Conference on Friday-Saturday.
At a time when many children are not fortunate enough to live in stable, loving homes, the Georgia Sheriff's Association has found away to help tackle this problem.
Colorful illustrations of animal-like characters now greet the children coming into Mt. Zion Baptist Church's the Heavenly Place Learning Center.
Concerted Services, Inc. is sponsoring an agency-wide fundraiser to support programs that serve senior citizens, including congregate and home-delivered meals, commodity distribution, energy assistance and emergency assistance.
Pull out your list of ways to eat them. They're coming. The official "shipping date" for the 2009 Vidalia Onion Marketing Season is April 20, says Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin.
The shipping date is based on the recommendation of the Vidalia Onion Advisory Panel under the authority of the law, rules and regulations applicable to Vidalia Onions.
On April 4, Coastal Manor Nursing Home had its annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Ludowici Masonic Association.
Liberty county will soon have its first tattoo parlor, but "it's just not another tattoo shop," according to owner Terrance Newsome.
Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield invite community members to join the semi-annual Fort Stewart Cemetery Council cemetery and historical site visit at 9 a.m. Tuesday, April 28.
Using the old-fashioined approach - exercise and eating right - more than 50 Liberty County employees battled the scale as part of a two-month weight-loss challenge patterned after "The Biggest Loser" reality TV show.
Last weekend, 29 regional artists exhibited and sold their art around Vernon Square in Darien at the McIntosh Art Association's annual Art in the Park Festival, which was held in conjunction with the Blessing of the Fleet celebration.
A standing-room only crowd packed Smiley Elementary's gym for the school's first-ever pageant, which, according to principal David Edwards, was a smashing success.
Keep Liberty Beautiful will host the ninth annual Earth Day Celebration from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 22, at the YMCA Soccer Fields.
This nation celebrated Presidents' Day on Feb. 16, as Abraham Lincoln was born on Feb. 12 and George Washington on Feb. 22. However, the tales of presidents past could fill a day - or more.
Everyone wants to live, work, and play in a clean and green community - and it's up to everyone to make that possible. We all have to work together to improve the overall quality of life for our community.
The members of Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction announced the chartering and induction of 12 teens to the Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapter of Top Teens of America in November at the Liberty County/Armed Forces Branch YMCA.
The Vietnam War is not a popular subject in the United States, especially considering the thousands of men who were drafted and had to go there and fight, and the families of those whose soldiers did not come back.
The Hinesville Area Arts Council is hosting a Cupcake War from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3 at the Stafford Pavilion.
Aerial intelligence is here to stay, according to Kevan Stone, a Richmond Hill resident who works with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) as a military contractor.
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