Santa will make an appearance at the Ludowici/Long Country Christmas tree and well pavilion lighting ceremony at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Several organizations helped with the local effort to support Operation Christmas Child leading up to this holiday season.
Strips of ribbons were cut to size and stockings were hung by the fireplaces with care as the Morning Glory Garden Club worked feverishly Thursday to decorate the Jan and Dennis Waters Educational Center at Miller Pasture.
Operation Homefront and Wal-Mart brightened the holidays for families of deployed and wounded soldiers Friday.
The American Angels Ladies Riding Club raised more than $2,000 for the Wounded Warriors Project at a Nov. 14 fundraiser at the VFW post 6602.
The Midway Museum turns 50 this year. The anniversary celebration starts Dec. 8, and continues all week, culminating with the museum's annual Christmas Tea on Saturday, Dec. 12.
Santa and his reindeer flew in to town early Monday night as the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Hinesville Development Authority kicked off the holiday season with Christmas in the Park.
Six local motorcycle clubs, all members of the Hinesville Motorcycle Alliance, rode their bikes to the Liberty County YMCA on Nov. 19 to deliver complete Thanksgiving meals to roughly 14 needy families.
Arts on the Coast, a Richmond Hill nonprofit art organization, opened its fall art show with a reception Nov. 21 at St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church.
Area clergy and government officials reminded Hinesville residents Sunday night of the many blessings in their lives and stressed the importance of giving thanks all year round.
This week, we asked mechanic and holiday decorator John Kunda to share with us the things he loves about the holidays. Here's Kunda's list:
Walker Middle School held its annual pageant last week, and Abby Pilkington was crowned queen. The first runner-up was Shelby Kuslik. The second runner-up was Love Turner and the third runner-up was Karen Espy. Morgan McGowan won the most sponsored award, and Natalie Pattison won the people's choice award. Kuzlik also was voted best dressed. In the junior miss division, Brianna Bray won the crown. Ashlyn Hughes was the first runner-up, Ashley Cabica was the ...
On Thanksgiving Day, as friends and families gather to express gratitude for their blessings, things often taken for granted the rest of the year - food, shelter and relationships - are called to mind.
A citywide invitation to catch some holiday cheer is being delivered with the Chamber of Commerce's Christmas in the Park and illuminated Christmas parade.
The St. John's Parish chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Colonists met Nov. 6.
For some "Old Lions" it'd been 50 years since they last gathered as classmates.
The weather is cooler, and cane-grinding time is here.
Twelve area churches will serve as drop-off points during the national collection week for Operation Christmas Child shoe-box gifts from Nov. 18-25.
St. Philip's Episcopal Church will host the Liberty County Community Area Mass Choir at 3 p.m. Sunday at 302 E. Gen. Stewart Way in Hinesville.
Fort Stewart Youth Sports winter registration runs until Dec. 6.
STATESBORO - The national tour of "Ring of Fire - The Music of Johnny Cash" will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Performing Arts Center, 847 Plant Drive.
Evangelist Mark Cartwright is being recognized for 39 years in country music. The singer/songwriter, who has called Midway home for 20 years, is being inducted into the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame.
Riceboro native Dawn Baker, a WTOC television anchor and reporter, will host a leadership lecture, "Become the Best You," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Armstrong Center, 13040 Abercorn St. in Savannah. This event is free and open to the public.
It's time once again to visit one of our big-screen Marvel Comics superheroes.
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It was sunny for the seventh annual Ricefest on Saturday in downtown Riceboro. The event, which included a parade and entertainment, as well as food booths and product vendors, drew a large crowd.
My English IV teacher, Reomia Unold, said ambrosia was the food of the gods. I disagreed and told her so. She shook her head and sighed.
Oct. 23 to Nov. 21: A new development could snarl travel schedules or other holiday-linked projects. Some flexibility might be called for to deal with the problems before they get too far out of hand.
White-tailed deer season is a time that licensed hunters look forward to.
Everyone knows Henry Ford built cars. Most know Ford built what eventually became modern day Richmond Hill.