Two Hinesville teenagers died Sunday night in a single-car wreck in Long County.
By Andrea Washington
A Hinesville Police Department report released on Friday paints a chilling image of the city's first homicide of the year.
The first annual King of the Streets auto and bike show was presented Saturday Jan. 20 in the parking lot of Bubba's nightclub. Stanley Bryant, owner of Karzzam Auto & Bike accessories, was the sponsor and hopes it will become an annual event. There was music, food and cash prizes with two $500 prizes going for the King of the Auto division and King of the Bike division.
Engineer Paul Simonton showed this photo and others demonstrating the progress of the new wastewater treatment plant during this past week's Hinesville City Council meeting. Simonton said the major part of the structure is about 65 percent complete and the project is about 5-12 days behind schedule.
Tara Crooks and Starlett "Star" Henderson laugh when people think they are country music singers or private investigators, but as the military continues to deploy they become more passionate about helping Army wives support their husbands and survive a life of shared sacrifice, acronyms and separations.
County engineer Trent Long reported the following status of county roads to the Liberty County Board of Commissioners during its regular meeting earlier this month:
By Joe Parker Jr.
While emphasizing equal treatment for all residents, the Liberty County Board of Commissioners took action on several requests for rezoning actions presented during its regularly meeting earlier this month. All board members were present. Below are the highlights from the meeting:
Just two weeks into the new year, the Hinesville police are investigating the city's first homicide of 2007.
During their Jan. 16 meeting, Ludowici City Council approved pay raises for all city employees.
By Andrea Washington
Staff Sgt. John L. Hartman Jr. volunteered to take the spot of a man in his platoon and was remembered for his unselfish service at a tree dedication ceremony Thursday at Fort Stewart's Warriors Walk.
Former Today Show co-anchor and new CBS News anchor Katie Couric was on assignment at Fort Stewart Friday preparing for a live broadcast which will aire January 8.
Concerns about the accuracy of Pentagon military projections for children entering the area's public schools next year brought Georgia Department of Education officials to Hinesville Wednesday for a face-to-face meeting with local officials.