The excitement of loved ones returning home after a 12-month deployment to Kandahar, Afghanistan, reached a crescendo when several white Army buses pulled up Wednesday evening to Cottrell Field on Fort Stewart.
DaVita Inc., a provider of kidney care services for patients with chronic kidney disease, hosted an open house last month at Hinesville's new DaVita center, Magnolia Oaks Dialysis. During the event, dialysis care specialists met with members of the community, answered questions and distributed educational materials about kidney care and disease prevention.
Military Judge Col. Tara Osborn deferred ruling on whether a 3rd Infantry Division soldier accused of shooting his squad leader and fellow team leader should face the death penalty.
It will probably feel like it is well over 100 degrees outside this afternoon, possibly as high as 110, according to the National Weather Service.
ATLANTA - Sen. Buddy Carter, R-Pooler, has been appointed to the Senate Special Committee on Coastal Preparedness.
ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia voters cast more Republican than Democratic ballots in Tuesday's primary for the first time in state history, a difference of 285,000 votes.
GOP ballots outpaced Democratic ones by a margin of about 3-to-2, according to unofficial returns. (63 percent to 37 percent). Overall, about 1.1 million Georgians - or 22 percent of active registered voters - cast ballots in the gubernatorial contest, which drew the most votes, according to unofficial returns.
A Patriot Flight with the remains of Staff Sgt. Sheldon L. Tate, U.S. Army, is scheduled to arrive at Savannah's Combat Readiness Training Center at 12:30 p.m. today. An Army honor guard will receive and accompany the transportation of SSG Tate to Dorchester Funeral Home in Midway.
This summer, Veronica Fay, a rising senior at Richmond Hill High School, has sewn 60 children's dresses for charity.
Two Richmond Hill teens, Ryan Smoot, 18, and Zachary Nowell, 16, graduated from the Fort Stewart Youth Challenge Academy (YCA) on June 19. Each earned their GED and ranked in the top ten out of a class of over 200.
Here are more shots from the festivities at J.F. Gregory Park on July 4, as well as one from World Cup viewing at Beef O'Brady's.
July 21: Ronald McDonald performance - The Richmond Hill Public Library presents this Summer Reading Program event, featuring the well-known McDonald's character. Ronald will entertain children of all ages with his own special brand of magic. The program is free, and will take place from 2-3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Richmond Hill. Please call the library at 756-3580 for details.
When it comes to the tax climate, Georgia ranks middle of the road or worse in several categories, according to the Tax Foundation. The state ranks 29th (50 being the worst) in the State Business Tax Climate Index, a judge of the state tax structure's promotion of economic growth, and has the 23rd highest top income tax rate at 6 percent. The middle of the road is better than the ditch, but why not strive for the fast lane?
What, you may ask, am I going to say this week about the primary elections? The answer: Nothing.
We don't know who will be the next governor of Georgia. But we do know he -- or she -- faces a mountain of challenges and a wide range of issues that require leadership.
The Richmond Hill Library needs people power assistance.
Last week, it was shown that Christians are to "seek those things above" (Colossians 3:1). Why should the Christian seek to do these things?
Some defendants, including Richmond Hill's Gregg Allman, have been dropped from a lawsuit regarding the death of Sarah Elizabeth Jones on Feb. 20.
A wise man once said that our only reason for occupying space on this earth is to leave things better than we found them. Unfortunately, not enough of us will. Len Pagano is an exception.
With Halloween around the corner, the popular tradition of apple bobbing has been on my mind.
With a demanding owner sniffing over every move, decision and step sideways, coach Mike Smith must try to rally his team and drag it back to respectability.
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The Bryan County High School Science Club, Technology Student Association and JROTC hosted the Halloween STEM Fest on Tuesday. The event included science experiments, exploding pumpkins and a costume contest.
The Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority Inc. will assist eligible households with heating bills.
The Bryan County Bark Park will have its official opening and ribbon cutting at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the community's new dog park near the ball fields in DeVaul Henderson Park.
The NCAA announced Wednesday that Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley must sit out two more games for accepting more than $3,000 in cash from multiple individuals for autographed memorabilia.
It's opening. After years of fundraising and months of construction, the Bryan County Bark Park is officially opening with a ribbon cutting at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, at the new facility in DeVaul Henderson Park.
Wendy Bolton, president of the Bryan County Bark Park project, answers questions about the park, which is set to open next week:
Oct. 31-Nov. 1: Movie Night Under the Stars - The Ice Cream Stop in Richmond Hill invites the community to a free family fun night of movie-watching under the stars. Friday evening's showing will be a PG-rated movie, and Saturday night's movie will be rated G. The movies will begin at dusk. Guests are asked to bring a lawn chair. Visit The Ice Cream Stop's Facebook page for more information.
Tens of thousands of Georgians live with lifelong disabilities due to brain and spinal cord injury.
Georgia has found a formula to win without star running back Todd Gurley.