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Landowner’s 6-Year Legal Battle with Hinesville Heads to Court

A family with deep roots in the City of Hinesville and south Georgia’s Liberty County is headed to court this week in hopes of finally settling a legal battle that has pitted a property owner against a local government, involved environmental agencies from all levels of government, and run up the tab for legal fees and resource consumption for more than six years.

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SEGA traffic impacts continue for construction progress

Know before you go is a helpful slogan in southeastern Georgia as several infrastructure projects continue this week.

FLETC Adjust Curriculum to Prevent LEO Vehicular Deaths

According to the Officer Down Memorial page, vehicular crashes consistently rank as one of the leading causes of officer deaths.

2 Georgia Entities Get Grant Awards for Innovative Teacher Prep

Over two-thirds of the funded projects are specifically designed to better prepare teachers for teaching STEM and computer science.

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Feds Create Alliance for Solid Waste & Recycling Industry Associations

The hope is to protect the safety and health of workers in the solid waste industry through a partnership of the alliance and OSHA.

USPS Announces New Prices for 2020

Some products and services will hold steady while others will increase in price.

FTC Says AdvoCare Was Illegal Pyramid Scheme

The company, its former CEO, and two top promoters are permanently banned from multi-level marketing and the FTC has levied a $150 million fine.

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