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Hinesville is being inundated again with another ordinance put in amongst all those others that they haven’t enforced over the past years. The polycart containers is a good ordinance. It’s a shame that Mr. Anderson, our representative, the only thing he’s done is get his street paved and get the polycarts in his district because he doesn’t like to see them when he goes to lunch. The rest of his district, we have not seen him.
Well, it was confirmed yesterday. The Food Lion within city limits of Hinesville — and not out on Airport Road — will be closing within a month. That leaves us with either Kroger or Walmart. And it’s going to be amazing to see how long it’s going to take for either Kroger or the discount grocery store next door to get beaten out by Walmart also. We lost Winn Dixie this way, due to downsizing, and now we’re losing Food Lion to downsizing. It’s shame. Goodbye, Food Lion.
In reference to the two churches across the 84 and 95 bridge, God doesn’t see colors.
I wonder how “stand your ground” will stand when you have to appear before the Lord in eternity. He has to stand His ground also, but they also crucified Him. Remember that God’s law is the law you should obey.
This is in reference to the caller who called about the two churches across the 84 and 95 bridge. What does it matter that the churches are African-American? He should find him a church to go to.
I just read what somebody wrote in here about the Northerners coming down here and not saying thank you for services. Well, I’m from a Northern state, and I was taught how to be polite.