Dozens of students at Richmond Hill Elementary and Richmond Hill Primary schools showed up to class Monday decked in orange to support local resident Evan Nelms in his battle with leukemia.
The YMCA of Coastal Georgia, which includes the Y in Richmond Hill, is launching its annual community support campaign, Priceless Gifts, and hopes to raise $600,000 to help make sure that everyone can benefit from the Y, regardless of their income, or background.
Liberty students soon may showcase their best one-hops, alternating jumps, side straddles and double unders when taking part in the American Heart Association's Jump Rope for Heart.
For Liberty County's bicentennial, former Bradwell Institute teacher Nan Flowers and a group of her students did a project comprised of interviews with people in Liberty County.
Victory Assembly of God Pastor Doug Harn first used watercolor pencils as a child during 4-H projects, but put the utensils down for several years before using them again.
Atlantic Area Court Appointed Special Advocates recently swore in two volunteers who will advocate for abused and neglected children. The two new volunteers are Latonia Mosley and Melia Pinckney.
The Rev. Roy Broughman, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Hinesville, spoke to the Goldenheirs at their January meeting. Broughman touched on his expectations for the new year and encouraged club members to get involved in spreading the Gospel locally and around the world.
The Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau is holding a photo contest for amateur photographers.
The Long County Relay for Life recently held its annual kick-off celebration in preparation for this year's event, which will be May 17-18 at Veterans Stadium in Ludowici.
"Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" was the No.1 movie in America last weekend. The first time I heard Jeremy Renner shouting "Gretel!!!" in the trailer, I was like, "No. No thanks." I already knew the film was a bad idea, but that just confirmed it.
Millions of Americans will gather around TVs this Sunday for the Super Bowl. While they watch, they'll put away tons of burgers, hot dogs, chips, dip and salsa, pizza and Buffalo wings. Especially Buffalo wings.
Jan. 20 to Feb. 18: Good news: Your skillful handling of a recent matter has won admiration from someone who could be influential in any upcoming decisions involving you.
Georgia Southern University will host the Patti Pace Performance Festival on Feb. 1-2 in Statesboro.
Sonya Shiverick of Hinesville has lived for 37 years with sickle-cell anemia, a painful hereditary disease that, according to WebMD, attacks red blood cells, changing their shape from round to crescent moon or sickle-shaped.
Business leaders on Friday got a taste of Liberty complete with beer and wine tastings, live music and samples from local eateries during the annual Liberty County Chamber of Commerce banquet.
T.C. Stevens, a native of Liberty County who moved to Jekyll Island and graduated from Glynn Academy, has written some fantastic stories about old ...
Friends Helping Friends, a student-led organization at Bradwell Institute, will make history with its first-ever Liberty County Special Needs Gala at 6 p.m. Friday.
Sarah Victoria Scott Nephew turned 103 On Wednesday.