• What started as an abundance of canned food donations led to one Hardeeville church kicking off a community outreach program to feed Jasper families in need.

    Jay Dalton oversees Creative Church’s pantry, also called “The Lord’s Kitchen.” Every other Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the church gives out the necessities such as bread and canned foods for families who need support putting a meal on the table.


 Thomas Heyward's final home basketball game of the season ended with a 77-52 win over John Paul II. Micayel Bennett lead the Rebels (5-18) with 14 points and Will Weaver added 12 points and seven rebounds and four steals.

"We finally played to our potential," coach Bob Layman said. "It was nice to see the guys play so well together, everyone contributed. Every single player scored, total team effort."

John Paul's Nyleem Wright finished with 14. Dawson Loper had 11. 



With great humility, respect and hope I announce my candidacy for the office of Mayor of Hardeeville.

I pledge to seek a future for Hardeeville that includes prosperity, equal opportunity for every citizen and civic pride in our community.

I believe that my experience in municipal government and my experience as a successful business executive are necessary to meet the challenges that will bring industry, jobs, and housing to Hardeeville.