It turns out Joey Burnsed, the City of Pembroke's current third district councilman, did not qualify to run for his seat again in the upcoming election. Come Nov., Anthony Greeson will win that seat by default.
Don't let September's warm weather fool you. While the summer may have just ended, the Soldiers' Angels of Georgia's 2007 "Christmas for the Troops" stocking drive project is already well underway, calling on Bryan County and surrounding areas to help make the holiday season a little brighter for those overseas. Already in its third year, this year's effort is the biggest yet, with somewhere around 20,000 Georgia-based troops deployed in war ...
A Richmond Hill woman recently found out she's not her husband's only wife and, on Sept. 5, she went down to the Richmond Hill Police Department to report him.
Development never fails to be a hot topic around Bryan County, so it's no surprise the County Commission spent most of their last meeting going back and fourth over it.
Budget and tax proposal discussions have finally been laid to rest for the upcoming fiscal year, after the Bryan County Commissioners' set a couple more numbers at their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
An environmental group thinks something fishy is going on at a work site near a ribbon of water connected to Mill Creek, from upstream at Harry Hagan Road to downstream of Hwy. 119 just north of Pembroke.
This year's Coastal Empire Conference on Ethical Behavior will be held Monday, Nov. 19, and is open to high school students from Bryan, Liberty, Chatham, Beaufort, Effingham, and Jasper counties.
Friday was the last day to qualify for the upcoming November elections. The week's qualifying period proved to bring out some new candidates for the fall ballots.
Bryan County's SAT scores were in the top 15 percent in the state, according to data released by the College Board's annual SAT report for 2007.
Bryan County's SAT scores were in the top 15 percent in the state, according to data released by the College Board's annual SAT report for 2007. "We're proud of what we did, and even though we're very proud of how the high school students scored, this is ...
Monday was the first day to qualify for the upcoming November elections.
The local economy is on the rise, and leading indices that measure the "economic heartbeat" for Bryan, Chatham and Effingham County have increased, according to the recently released Armstrong Atlantic State University's Center for Regional Analysis Economic Monitor's second quarter report for May through July.
The Bryan County Bassmasters Fishing Club held its sixth annual kids fishing tournament Saturday, Aug. 25 at J.F. Gregory Park.
No one showed up at Monday morning's final public hearing for the Bryan County Commissioner's proposed property tax increase.
Bryan County's Comprehensive Plan Committee was created to help complete the county's comprehensive plan. The committee met for the first time Tuesday, Aug. 21.