The best accompaniment to a night of smoldering blues music is a plate of juicy, smoked barbecue. Hinesville area residents enjoyed such a combination Saturday during the city's eighth annual Blues & BBQ festival, hosted by the Hinesville Area Arts Council, in downtown Bradwell Park.
The Garden Heights Neighborhood Watch recently started a "yard of the month" competition. Watch coordinator Irene Myers said she thought of the idea after visitors to her neighborhood repeatedly complimented the well-kept yards and houses.
The Beta Theta Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met on Sept. 7, in the social hall of the Pembroke United Methodist Church.
Cancer is a terrorist.
American Legion Post 168 and its Ladies Auxiliary invite all first responders, EMTs, firefighters and law enforcement officers to a spaghetti dinner at the post at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11. Dinner is free to those emergency workers and their families. RSVP to 876-3342 by Friday.
On Tuesday nights, Jamie Cooke likes to put his dancing shoes on and help those who fear they have two left feet on the dance floor.
Go ahead - hit that snooze button. This Monday, it's OK.
Sept. 2 Book Club Meeting - One of Richmond Hill Public Library's new book clubs for adults will meet at 11 a.m., and anyone with a desire to join is welcome to attend. Meet new people, experience interesting books, and share ideas and thoughts on the reading materials. Contact Maike George at 756-3580 to learn more.
Ladies, it's time to show off your best bra.
The LeConte-Woodmanston Plantation and Botanical Gardens has a freshly harvested crop of Orient pears that will be available for purchase at the Hinesville Farmers Market this Thursday.
Liberty Elementary School was a sea of patent leather shoes and pinafores Tuesday as more than 700 children filed into the gym for the annual production known as picture day.
Marine Corps Pvt. Miranda S. Duncan, daughter of Me'Chelle L. and Anthony R. Duncan of Ellabell, recently completed the Marine Corps Basic Enlisted Supply Course.
The Goldenheirs elected officers on Aug. 3. Those chosen will take office in September.
Alida Kerbage, a member of the Georgia Rotary Student Program, made a presentation Tuesday during the Hinesville Rotary Club's meeting at Western Sizzlin'. Kerbage, who is from Lebanon, attends Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah and plans to major in business administration.
Terry Liles, coordinator with Helen's Haven, spoke to Goldenheirs club members during the group's August meeting.
Richmond Hill High School special-education teacher and wrestling coach Bob Parker said Alexis Mercado easily could be Georgia's governor if he wanted the job.
In my opinion, Ben Affleck has only three really good movies on his resume: "Good Will Hunting," "The Town" and "Argo."
RICHMOND HILL - The Richmond Hill Rotary Club and Georgia Game Changers raised over $2,500 on Saturday to help eradicate polio during the Pacing for Polio 5K fundraiser at J.F. Gregory Park.
Lamar Cook is one of the hidden secrets of Liberty County.
Four days have been added to the schedule for the carnival coming to Fort Stewart.
Two new documentaries and a collection of experimental art films lead new movies on DVD and Blu-ray this week.
The fossilized remains of an extinct Atlantic gray whale are the focal point of a new exhibit at the University of Georgia Aquarium on Skidaway Island.
James Wasdin and Brenda Howard have been selected as the 2015 Long County Relay for Life co-chairs, American Cancer Society senior community manager Kelley Spaeder recently announced.
Nursing Tybalt Productions, in partnership with Wonder Worthy Productions, recently announced that their film, "Ben & Ara," is slated to start production in Liberty County in October.