It took two hours of passionate debate Wednesday night for the Walthourville City Council to decide to postpone deciding whether to temporarily close the Bo'Maz nightclub.
To the relief of motorists, Hinesville City Council members voted down red light camera system yesterday at their meeting.
Our area's thirst was lessened, but not quenched by rain during the past few days.
There are two impending deadlines that may interest both the discretionary and delinquent taxpayers of Liberty County.
Swimmers got more than fun in the sun when they went to the LCRD swimming pool in Stafford Park on Tuesday morning. A three-foot alligator had decided he was going to be first in. Liberty County Animal Control Officers Randy Durrence and Gary Bell worked together and Bell finally lassoed the reptile, to the cheers and squeals of joy and excitement from children waiting their turn in the pool. Rec officials checked the pool to ensure everything was safe before opening it to the children. After taping the gator's mouth Durrence and Bell said they got DNR permission to ...
By John Deike
Visitors will notice some differences in the courthouse annex in Hinesville, as thousands of dollars have been spent to increase security in the building.
Following the most recent tax evaluations, appeals have mounted among disgruntled property owners in the county.
By Patty Leon
An Augusta man visiting Liberty County was slain in a shooting at Regency Terrace apartments in the early morning hours Tuesday.
Although the population and economic potential of Hinesville continues to increase, not everyone is benefiting from the city's expansion.
Many were dressed proudly in uniforms as a large group of veterans, their spouses, families and friends gathered at the Fred L. Ginter American Legion Post 168 on Monday to pay tribute to soldiers - past and present - during the annual Memorial Day Observance.
Midway residents are seeing some of their city's progress as a contractor installs about 900 new water meters.
The WIC Farmer's Market program is planned for 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 4 in the back parking lot of the Liberty County Health Department.
Editor's Note: This is the second installment of a two-part series examining businesses affected by the ongoing deployments to Iraq.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Lines of mourners began forming at the crack of dawn at TD Arena at the College of Charleston, not far from the Emanuel AME Church, where the Rev. and South Carolina Sen. Clementa Pinckney and eight others were gunned down last week.
A wrongful-death lawsuit against the city of Richmond Hill and one of its police officers is now headed to the Georgia Court of Appeals.
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-3 ruling Thursday, upheld the Affordable Care Act subsidies that have helped millions of Americans, including 412,000 Georgians, obtain insurance coverage.
The Wednesday night killing of nine people by a white gunman in a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, highlights the need for everyone to come together and discuss the difficult topics of race, politics and religion, according to the Liberty County NAACP president.
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