The July 31 primary Election Day is just around the corner, and with early voting already under way, we'd like to remind our readers of our policy regarding campaign-related letters to the editor.
In about three weeks, Georgia voters will weigh in on a referendum that will have profound impacts on their wallets, their roads, local jobs and regional transportation.
It certainly has taken its time this year - for which we are ever-grateful - but it looks as though the heat of the summer is finally upon us. Temperatures in and around Bryan County have hovered in the upper-90s or higher the past few days, forcing heat indices well into the triple digits.
Friday proved to be a very sad day for Bryan County. We woke up that morning to learn the seemingly unthinkable had happened - an on-duty sheriff's deputy was killed in a head-on collision on the interstate. Sgt. Robert "Bobby" Crapse wasn't pulling anyone over for speeding, he wasn't engaged in a high-speed chase. He was simply doing what we all do everyday - driving down the street.
On Thursday, Fort Stewart will celebrate the 237th birthday of the U.S. Army. We'd like to join in wishing not only the Army a happy birthday, but also take a moment to honor all the men and women who have served and are serving now.
School is out and the blanket of heat and humidity is settling in for the next few months. Though the season won't officially start for two more weeks, it is safe to say that summer is upon us. For kids, that could mean endless days of leisure by the pool side or maybe a few weeks away at camp or even an extended road trip with the grandparents. Whatever the plans are, they've got to be fun.
It couldn't have been easy for the members of the Bryan County Board of Education to choose the next school superintendent. But in the course of just a few months, the board managed to weed more than 30 applicants down to its top pick - Dr. Paul Brooksher.
If you're like most Americans, you're likely spending the next few days celebrating the first full holiday weekend of the summer. Perhaps now that school is out, you're taking a family vacation.
According to authorities, 22-month-old Abigail "Abby" Warner was playing with her three brothers at their home on Steeple Chase Road in Richmond Hill late Saturday afternoon when she wandered off and fell into the pond behind the family home.
Tam Duc Le, the Bryan County teen charged with three counts of vehicular homicide for the March 21, 2007 deaths of three Bryan County High School students, is scheduled for a plea hearing later this month.
Despite concerns expressed by some Lanier residents at the monthly Bryan County Commission meeting, commissioners voted 3-2 to remove curfew restrictions placed on a parcel of land recently rezoned from agricultural to commercial.
The city of Pembroke's annual Easter Egg-stravaganza event is Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.
Dear Editor: "A need that needs to be met" by Victor Pisano in the Bryan County News last week had me asking just one question. Why didn't Mr. Pisano just call 911? An ambulance would have been immediately dispatched to his residence. The EMS providers are fully capable of administering epinephrine (the turkey baster shot he complained about), the treatment of choice for wasp stings. It's ...
A Richmond Hill man was killed Friday morning when his Ford Explorer ran up underneath a parked tractor trailer near I-95 exit 90, according to authorities.
Richmond Hill dentist and Station Xchange developer Bill Trout remained in jail Friday after being arrested at the Bryan County Courthouse Wednesday on a contempt of court charge reportedly stemming from his 2008 divorce.