Liberty County Goes Back to School

School is officially back in session in Liberty County! Summer has been full of sunshine and fun, even during these unprecedented times, but we’re also excited for our young people to go back to school! This school year things are going to look slightly different. We are diving into the world of online learning! Although…

Fun in the Sun – Things To Do Even After School Starts

School is about to start, and parents are preparing for a school year like no other. Since most Liberty County schools are going virtual this year, we wanted to give you some fun things to do while still staying close by to get your homework done too! There are still a few precious days of…

Rise & Shine – Our Guide to 3 Breakfast Bites Worth Getting Up Early For

We know getting up early in the mornings is for the birds, especially if it’s your day off. But hear us out – there are few things worth rolling outta bed for, and we actually have three! Throw on some no fuss, no muss clothes and head for these local restaurants guaranteed to start your…

From Catching to Cooking – Check Out Our Guide to Shrimp Season

Living along the Georgia coast has a lot of incredible benefits from the mild winters to the friendly residents, but one benefit in particular just can’t be beat – shrimp! The coastal waters of Georgia are the habitat to wild, white shrimp that are highly sought after by locals and visitors alike. Shrimping season runs…

American Flag Etiquette, a Brief Guide from the Liberty County Chamber

We take great pride in Liberty County being home to the largest military installation east of the Mississippi River. In the 1940s, prior to U.S. involvement in World War II, Fort Stewart was established as an anti-aircraft artillery training center. Over the last 80 years, our military friends have made a tremendous impact on our…