After celebrating their recent victory over Calvary in the 3A Region tennis tournament just a few days ago, the Bryan County High tennis squad didn't have much practice time before they had to load up the bus and head to the boys' state tournament on April 22.
The Bryan County High School baseball team heard an unfamiliar sound Thursday, April 24 in their make-up game against the Wheeler County Bulldogs.
Richmond Hill teacher to run for BoE
In coffee shops, diners, and community meetings, much has been debated about the 2008 Georgia General Assembly session that concluded two week ago. Some have criticized, some have ballyhooed, some jumped for joy, while others registered indifference. The reality is that it was a successful session.
A military broadcast about activities in Iraq. Click on the media player at left to view the broadcast. It lasts about 10 minutes.
The Richmond Hill High School boys and girls tennis team sealed the deal to compete at the state level after a recent string of victories. This marks the third year in a row the girls have made it to state while it is the tenth year in a row for the boys program.
So many wonderful things are happening in the afterschool activities at Richmond Hill Middle School. We are extremely proud of our Wildcats who have devoted the extra time and effort required to achieve these accomplishments. We would also like to express our appreciation to the faculty members and parents who support our students in these endeavors. Go Wildcats!!
Did you notice all the big piles of large trash items on your neighbor's lawn last week? Thanks to Richmond Hill's Public Works Department, operated OMI, it should all be gone. This large trash pickup initiative was the kick off to our celebration of Georgia Cities Week.
Republican notice This is a notice from the Bryan County Republican Party: Qualifying for the July 15 Republican primary will be at Sellstate Coastal Realty, 9390 Ford Ave., Suite 4 in Richmond Hill on the following dates: From 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, April 28 through Thursday, May 1 and from 9 a.m.-noon on Friday, May 2. Anyone wishing to qualify must appear in person. For more information contact ...
Dear Editor: [The following was sung on the occasion of decorating the graves of the Confederate dead at Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C., 1867.] Sleep sweetly in your humble graves, Sleep, martyrs of a fallen cause; Though yet no marble column craves The pilgrim here to pause. In seeds of laurel in the earth The blossom of your fame is blown, And somewhere, waiting for its ...
You may not be familiar with its formal name - the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 - but you're almost certainly aware of its key outcome: a tax rebate. Now comes the big question: What should you do with it?
In April of each year, in conjunction with the Georgia Municipal Association, the City of Pembroke participates in Georgia Cities Week.
As former state Attorney General Mike Bowers used to say, "Dirt shows up more on a white hat."
Technology is used in many ways at Bryan County Elementary School. Assessment is used to drive instruction at our school and technology is integral to the assessment process. Technology is used to target areas that need improvement, provide immediate feedback to classroom teachers, for remediation, acceleration, and to track mastery of the curriculum. Technology is also used to meet the different learning styles of students at our school and to make the curriculum ...
WASHINGTON, April 23, 2008 - The White House will nominate Army Gen. David H. Petraeus, currently commander of Multinational Force Iraq, to be the next U.S. Central Command commander, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates announced today. "I recommended him to the president because I am absolutely confident he is the best man for the job," Gates told reporters. He cited Petraeus' in-depth understanding of the situation in Iraq as well as counterinsurgency operations, and the ...
College Foundation's 10th annual Opportunity Award Gala.
The sugar rush can't come soon enough for Richmond Hill sweets factory, All Things Chocolate and More.
Carl Evans Swain, 41, of Jasper, Ala., is being held as part of a Fort Stewart murder investigation, according to a release from the FBI's Birmingham office.
Magdalena Bresson and other staff members took their cameras out to Saturday's parade in Richmond Hill.
Police here are still investigating the cause of death of a 23-year-old who was found dead last week in the parking lot of Steamer's Restaurant, but two arrest warrants have been issued in relation to the case.
Dec. 14: Winter Muster at Fort McAllister - Celebrate the final battle of the Confederate troops from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Fort McAllister. The battle will take place at 5 p.m. A self-guided tour will be held right after the battle at which time the visitors will view the destruction of war first hand. Admission is charged. Call 727-2339 for information.
Carl Evans Swain, 41, of Jasper, Ala., is being held as part of an investigation into a death on Fort Stewart last week, according to a release from the FBI's Birmingham office.
Property owners and real-estate agents in Coastal Georgia are bracing for rising insurance rates due to federal legislation that has changed the way the National Flood Insurance Program operates. The new law is phasing out some subsidized rates, such as for vacation homes, and will raise insurance premiums for those properties at most risk of severe or repeated flooding.
Pembroke flipped the switch on its annual Christmas celebration last Saturday, literally.
In what has become an annual kickoff to Richmond Hill's Christmas festivities, thousands of people enjoyed the Chili Cook-Off in J. F. Gregory Park on a balmy evening Friday.
It was an unseasonably warm Saturday morning on the day of the 18th annual Richmond Hill Christmas parade, but that didn't stop thousands of people from lining Ford Avenue and other streets along the parade route in the hopes of catching an unblocked view of the procession.
John McCallum, a candidate for Congress in Georgia's 1st District, recently announced his candidacy to a crowd of more than 300 people from throughout southeast Georgia at an event at his home in Glynn County.
This holiday season is my most favorite time of the year. Thanksgiving Day has come and gone, but not in our hearts, for we always give thanks for so much.
Oh, the stories people tell. Not always good ones, mind you, but the kind that will make you fall down on your knees and thank the good Lord up above that you don't have a story like that.
I was in a pretty good mood leaving home one hot summer morning. When I arrived at the intersection on Ford Avenue at Highway 17, I sat waiting about 10 cars back, looking up the line, hoping sometime soon to make a right turn.