If you thought Georgia needed rain, you're right. And though the entire state is in a drought, some parts of the state are worse off than others – including Bryan County, which is one of several area counties experiencing a severe drought, according to University of Georgia climatologist David Stooksbury.
It defies easy analysis. Or should. Because when 32 people are shot and killed during a single senseless rampage, it's so incomprehensible it dulls the senses. Those of us who don't know any of the victims need time to let news like this sink in. Of course, those more closely tied to Monday's shooting rampage at Virginia Tech will need a lot more time to grieve, to heal and to make ...
We've said this before. We have no problem saying it again. It's no accident the Bryan County school system is considered to be among the best in the state. It's taken a lot of hard work from a lot of people, including School Superintendent Dr. Sallie Brewer, BoE members past and present, teachers, administrators and, yes, parents who take the time and make the effort to be involved in the education of ...
It seems some parents are upset over the Bryan County Board of Education's decision to allow only the week of spring break for them to compose an email or letter on the proposed school uniform policy. That doesn't mean the plan itself is bad.
Speaking to a group of Boy Scouts last month, Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Savannah) said he doesn't favor a timetable for bringing U.S. troops home from Iraq as that bloody conflict grinds on into its fourth year.
By having to serve at least 30 months of two concurrent 10 year sentences in a detention center, 20-year-old Jack Barfield IV will lose a minimum of more than two years of his freedom for the 2005 deaths of Ginger and Garrett Reagin and the serious injury he caused to James Mock.
Authorities haven't said whether speed was a factor in the accident that claimed the lives of three young girls last week near Pembroke while leaving the driver in critical condition in a Savannah hospital.
This week, newspapers and other media outlets across the county are commemorating Sunshine Week.
Constituted in 1839 and rebuilt after an 1859 fire, Lower Black Creek Primitive Baptist Church has been around a long time.
You've got to hand it to the Richmond Hill Lady Wildcats. Not only did they earn a trip to the girls Class AAA state basketball tournament, but they did it the hard way.
The recently resurrected idea to move the seat of Bryan County government from Pembroke to Richmond Hill isn't new. Indeed, some south Bryan residents may have wanted to see it done since Fort Stewart opened for business and effectively cut this county in half in the 1940s.
Please read the letter to this newspaper on page 5A from several Bryan County commissioners, who chastise this newspaper up one side and down the other for, among other things, failing to mention a major step in the Henderson Park project in a story in last week's paper.
Make a little magic may be the theme of the Richmond Hill Rotary Club's annual banquet on March 3.
The six solar panels are mounted on a 21-foot pole near the Richmond Hill High School cafeteria. The energy they generate is just enough to light 12 100-watt lightbulbs.
Richmond Hill Lady Wildcats coach Wade Wright said his team has three mottos.
The National Football League's rejection of a Super Bowl advertisement by Black Creek-based Daniel Defense has generated quite a stir.
Pembroke is taking preliminary steps toward getting state funding to help fix up the city's Municipal Park.
It appears utilities management company OMI isn't leaving Richmond Hill without at least a public attempt to strike a deal.
It's practically impossible to miss a hot air balloon.
Calling it a move that will save taxpayers money and keep millage rates low, the Richmond Hill City Council voted unanimously Tuesday against keeping the private company OMI to run the city's public works department next year.
Richmond Hill High School surveyed seniors and their parents this week to determine when and where they want to hold graduation.
Members of Richmond Hill High School's graduating class may get a chance to vote on where they want to receive their diplomas after school board members discussed putting potential venues into an online survey.
Getting into school buildings in Bryan County could soon be more difficult as officials look at tightening security at each of the system's schools.
Richmond Hill could have a Goody's department store just in time for Christmas.
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