On April 23, thousands of people around the world will give more than 2 million free books to friends, family and strangers as part of World Book Night.
Getting back in shape after having a baby is no walk in the park. Or is it?
Child hunger isn't a problem many people associate with Bryan County, but according to the U.S. Census Bureau, it's a real threat that nearly 17 percent of children in the county face every day.
Rick Smith is making a difference in Bryan County one student at a time.
It's not how old you get, it's how you get old.
Ramblin' man Gregg Allman might have set down roots in Richmond Hill, but he's a long way from settling down.
To help South Bryan residents commit to a healthier lifestyle in 2013, Georgia Game Changers Running Company has teamed up with the Richmond Hill High School JROTC program and WaterWays Township to host the inaugural Resolution Runz on Jan. 19 at WaterWays.
Members of Girl Scout troop 30370 are doing their part to help young girls living in the impoverished West African nation of Liberia.
Just in time for the new year, the Urgent Care Center of Richmond Hill has expanded both its space and services.
Marriage, family and child counselor Randy Frost has been helping to change the lives of Bryan County kids for the last eight years.
Instead of braving the mall this holiday season, the Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce is encouraging shoppers to keep their dollars local.
The 17thannual Richmond Hill Hometown Christmas Parade will kick off the holiday season Saturday. Leading the long line of floats will be this year's grand marshal: Donald Singleton.
Since before Richmond Hill was officially a city, the Richmond Hill United Methodist Church has hosted its annual Bar-B-Q, Bazaar and Silent Auction. Now in its 61st year, the church fundraiser continues to kick off the holiday season with home-style barbecue and handcrafted gifts.
More than 200 people turned out for the Taste of Richmond Hill Business After Hours Thursday at the Richmond Hill City Center.
Richmond Hill High School Students took a page out of Suzanne Collins' bestselling young adult novel "The Hunger Games" Thursday evening with a fundraiser for the Matthew Freeman Project: Pens and Paper for Peace.