On Sept. 5, Randy and Debbie Wilson entered one of their cars in the Altamaha Classic Cruisers monthly competition and brought home top honors.
On Saturday, more than 50 people gathered on the front lawn of the Historic Dorchester Academy in Midway to partake in "A Day at Old Dorchester."
Many people who dined at Chili's restaurant in Hinesville yesterday helped city firefighters raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Chili's donated 10 percent of its sales Tuesday to the firefighters' MDA fundraising campaign.
On Friday morning when Mayor Jim Thomas asked Lyman Hall Elementary students what freedom meant to them, a roar rose from the crowd of children who stood waving American flags. One young, enthusiastic voice rang out above the rest.
Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001? It seems every American old enough to remember the terrorist attack on the nation has an answer. Those who participated in Thursday's Freedom Walk on Fort Stewart were no different.
A check for $10,000 was presented last week to the Georgia Sheriffs' Youth Homes. Retired Development Officer Sheriff Sid Roberts of the Georgia Sheriffs' Association accepted the donation at The Rusty Pig Restaurant in Glennville.
For every advancement in technology, it seems a new trouble is sure to follow, and cell phones are not exempt from this scenario. Though they enjoyed anonymity for dozens of years, cell phone numbers may soon be doomed to enter the public sphere, and with such publicity comes the unwanted attention of telemarketers.
Country singer Brantley Gilbert put on a show Friday for an enthusiastic Long County crowd. "He was great. I love his music. He's is so fine," Brooke Stapleton said. Gilbert, who recently made a name for himself in Nashville, appeared at the Clubhouse at Rye Patch and sang songs from his newest CD, "Modern Day Prodigal Son." Gilbert's popularity began to soar earlier this year when he teamed up with Chappell Publishing, and his original ...
All the way from Wrexham, Wales, Sarah Pugh, a Georgia Rotary Student Program participant, spoke to the Hinesville club Tuesday about her experience studying in the United States.
Several hundred soldiers, military spouses and their dependents browsed the semiannual Community Showcase on Wednesday at Club Stewart. The showcase's 67 participants offered military families information on recreational activities, support services and educational programs available in Southeast Georgia and nearby Florida.
The Rotary Club of Hinesville is sponsoring a fans for seniors program, spearheaded by Jim Johns of Express Signs. This year, more than 50 fans have been distributed to seniors. Those needing fans were identified through the Coastal Courier, Senior Citizens Inc., Manna House and St. Philip's Episcopal Church. The program will be open to seniors again next year.
Beside the Geechee Kunda Cultural Arts Center, shaded by a large oak tree, sits a gray hut collaboratively built by members of the community and other friends and volunteers from across the world.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Hinesville Alumnae Chapter, awarded its Annie B. Givens scholarships to five area seniors over the summer.
More than 100 people gathered in Riceboro early Sunday for a historical baptism ceremony at one of the oldest, if not the only, traditional baptismal sites left in Liberty County.
A few women at First Baptist Church are using their sewing talents to help others. They have formed a group, comprised of exerpeinced and beginner seamstresses, and they meet from 10 a.m.-noon every Wednesday in the Phillips Building.
The sisters of the Alpha Omicron chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa recently exceeded their fundraising goal for the Savannah Walk to End Alzheimer's by 63 percent.
The Mary-Janel-Maggie Foundation Inc., a local nonprofit corporation at 487 Limerick Road in Midway, held an open house Oct. 12.
Long County Sheriff's Office employees recently supported breast-cancer awareness by wearing matching pink T-shirts. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the American Cancer Society is encouraging individuals and organizations to show their support by wearing pink.
The fourth Annual Midway fly-in drew a crowd Saturday to Steve Berg's grass runway called Berg Park Aerodrome on Old Gress Island Road in Midway. Fixed-wing aircraft, ultra-lights and remote control plane ruled the skies over the 2,400-foot runway.
SAVANNAH - Best-selling authors Scott Turow, Mitch Albom and Eben Alexander will headline the 2014 Savannah Book Festival, set for
Switching gears just a little bit from movies, let's talk television once again. This time, I'm spotlighting the brand-spankin'-new NBC series, "The Blacklist."
HINESVILLE: Liberty Stadium Cinemas
Skidaway Marine Science Day 2013 will be held from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 26 on the campus of the University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography at the north end of Skidaway Island.
Liberty County Clerk of Courts F. Barry Wilkes recently received the first lifetime achievement award ever presented by the Superior Court Clerks' Association of Georgia to one of its members and the association's 2013 ÉCLAT Award.
Sometimes at a public gathering someone will privately comment on one of my food columns. Most are kind, telling me how much they agree with my assessment of steaks, seafood or certain restaurants. Others tell me up front I got it all wrong about which is better - North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Memphis, Kansas City or St. Louis barbecue.
It's that time of year again. That time when the smell of perfectly cooked seafood and the sound of live local and national acts fill the air in J.F. Gregory Park.
Sept. 23 to Oct. 22: Some misunderstandings resist being resolved. But your sincerity in wanting to soothe those hurt feelings wins the day. By month's end, that relationship should begin to show signs of healing.
Those who thought they spotted a World War II-era bomber over the skies of Savannah early Monday afternoon weren't imagining things.
The 32nd annual Long County Fall Wildlife Festival drew a crowd Saturday to its site off Darwell Long Road. Beautiful weather made the day's festivities especially enjoyable for patrons of all ages.
A Statesboro civil-rights attorney and Pembroke pastor has been elected the newest leader of the Georgia State Conference NAACP.