With development being a key issue in Bryan County, one might wonder what happens to a subdivision once it gets the okay from the county to begin development.
"You couldn't ask for anything better – to know that we're appreciated at the state level," said firefighter Charlie Blair of the recognition. He pulled two tours in Ware County. "We often put our own family lives on hold to help others and that's just a part of it. We didn't expect this and it's truly an honor."
Bryan County's chilly disposition is looking to warm up on Sunday, but the National Weather Service in Charleston says it won't last.
You wouldn't believe it unless you saw it with your own eyes. Hidden about 200 feet off Indian Trail Road in Ellabell lies the Maulden Chapel Cemetery, estimated to be about 120 years old.
You wouldn't believe it unless you saw it with your own eyes. Nestled about 200 feet off Indian Trail Road in Ellabell lies the Maulden Chapel Cemetery, estimated to be about 120 years old. But it wasn't much of anything until this past summer, when life-long Ellabell resident Edward Murchison decided to start clearing out the African American cemetery. Murchison said the cemetery was left unattended for a long time – long enough for the ...
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Burglary, vandalism at Carver Elementary George Washington Carver Elementary School was reportedly broken into and vandalized Dec. 14. Richmond Hill police were called Sunday, when a teacher found profanity spray painted in the auditorium and damaged and misplaced items throughout the school. Forced entry was thought to be made in the hallway between wings one and two, where muddy footprints were found leading into the school and heading toward the cafeteria. The reporting officers, ...
One town's Lady Cat is soon to be another state's Lady Buff.
Director of Emergency Services Jim Anderson asked county commissioners for money to purchase new software for EMS during the Bryan County Commission meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Richmond Hill City Council District 4 will have a new face on board now that Marilyn Hodges has beaten incumbent Billy Albritton, according to the unofficial results of Tuesday's runoff election.
Richmond Hill is ready to officially start the holiday season with 'A Magical Christmas.'
Richmond Hill Elementary School had a visit from Congressman Jack Kingston on Tuesday morning, Nov. 27, to talk to the school's 3rd graders about government.
Pembroke held an open forum for its City Council candidates to allow the community to meet the hopefuls on a more personal level, and ask some tough questions.
Before teens are handed the keys, it is important for parents to make sure their children have learned the necessary skills to help them be responsible drivers. With this in mind, the Coastal Health District and Pembroke Police Department have announced they will be offering parents and teens a free course in driver safety on Thursday, Nov. 1.
The Annual Richmond Hill Tour of Homes will be on Dec. 2, from 1-5 p.m. The self-guided tour features five private homes, the Historical Society Museum and two historic churches. Chairperson Teresa Timmons has recently released the first home in the tour. The tour is the culminating event for the weekend-long hometown celebration that begins with a chili cook-off Friday night, Nov. 30, and the Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 1.