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New Orleans cuisine at Bistro Night

Celebrate your favorite superhero in September at George P. Hays Library. There's no charge.

September 01, 2014 | Special to the News | Things to Do

Economist: Georgia's job engine humming

A Georgia State University economist is predicting that Georgia's economic growth will be solid in the coming years.

August 31, 2014 | Special to the News | Business

Carver Elementary among state's best

Students at Carver Elementary and Richmond Hill Elementary are used to doing well on test scores.

August 30, 2014 | By Jeff Whitren Bryan County News | Local news

BoE approves $55.4 million budget

The Bryan County Board of Education approved a $55.4 million 2015 budget Thursday that adds new teachers and administrators to the growing system without raising the millage rate.

August 30, 2014 | By Jeff Whitten Bryan County News | Local news

BoE does ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

This ALS Ice Bucket Challenge thing just won't quit.

August 30, 2014 | By Jeff Whitten Bryan County News | Local news

'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is decent mix of old, new

"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" is the long-awaited sequel to the graphically stylized hit from 2005.

August 29, 2014 | By Justin Hall Movie reviewer | Things to Do

Legion poker run supports youth programs

American Legion Post 164 will host a Legion Youth Group Poker Run on Nov. 1 to help support local kids who use the Legion Post for events.

August 29, 2014 | Special to the News | Lifestyle

Rotary Club launchs Backpacks of Love

The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill has launched a program to help support approximately 70 hungry children who attend our schools and rely on the Backpacks of Love program that they do not go hungry over the weekends and during school vacations.

August 29, 2014 | Special to the News | Lifestyle

BoE extends superintendent's contract, approves budget

The Bryan County Board of Education voted Thursday to extend superintendent Dr. Paul Brooksher's contract another two years. The BoE also voted 5-2 to approve a 2015 budget of approximately $55.4 million.

August 28, 2014 | By Jeff Whitten Bryan County News | Local news

Impact fees may cut burden on property taxes

Bryan County has one of the most generous homestead exemptions for senior citizens in the state, knocking $50,000 off the value of a home for both county and school taxes for residents over age 65.

August 28, 2014 | By Jeff Whitten | Opinion

Pine beetle can be beat; not by hugging trees

I got surprised again last week. I get used to working with local growers and gardeners and mercifully forget that there are people in charge of food and fiber resources who are well meaning but profoundly ignorant.

August 28, 2014 | By Don Gardner Extension agent | Business

Citizens EMS academy planned

Has anyone ever wondered what the Bryan County Emergency Services is all about? Ever thought about what it feels like to have fire gear on?

August 28, 2014 | Special to the News | Public Safety

Demographics shifting in schools nationwide

For the first time in American history, schools are in for a massive demographic shift. This fall the overall number of Latino, African-American, Native and Asian students will outnumber non-Hispanic white students.

August 28, 2014 | By Nicole Shepard Deseret News | Education

Georgia icon still giving 'em 'zell'

Nostalgia is popular these days: Retro fashions, disco and '80s pop, "Throwback Thursdays" on social media. What's old is new again, what used to be hip turned square and then back to cool.

August 28, 2014 | Gainesville (Ga.) Times | Opinion

Netflix adds 17 TV show seasons this fall

TV LAND - September is almost here and the summer movie season is all but over. So, what now? How about some TV?

August 28, 2014 | John Clyde OK.com | Hot Topics

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RHHS honor roll for 3rd nine weeks

9th Grade

April 02, 2010 | Special to the News | Education

A sturdy, special place

You've heard the question asked, "Do clothes make the man or does the man make the clothes?" I don't know if there is a satisfactory answer. Could this question be asked of a business: For a business to be successful, does it need to be located in a swanky shopping plaza or a futuristic glass building? I know the answer to that. Neither!

April 02, 2010 | By Shirley Hiers Columnist | Columnists

Hinesville council raises salaries for mayors, council

Despite some vocal opposition from residents, the Hinesville City Council voted Thursday to raise the mayor's and council members' salaries beginning in 2012. Per the city charter, the present council and mayor will not benefit from the salary increase, unless they are re-elected for another term.

April 02, 2010 | By Denise Etheridge Special to the News | News

Hurricane Center may add surge warnings

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The National Hurricane Center is considering adding a storm-surge warning to its list of watches and warnings issued during hurricane season.

Center officials floated the idea of a storm-surge warning Wednesday to a crowd of emergency managers, first responders and meteorologists attending the 2010 National Hurricane Conference in Orlando.

April 01, 2010 | By Mike Schneider Associated Press writer | State, National News

Savannah names veteran as police chief

SAVANNAH - A 36-year veteran of Savannah's police department has been named the city's first black police chief.

Mayor Otis Johnson announced Wednesday that officials have chosen 60-year-old Willie Lovett to lead the Savannah-Chatham County Metropolitan Police Department.

April 01, 2010 | Associated Press | State, National News

New Middle Georgia marshal has ties to this area

MACON, Ga. (AP) - Sitting in his office on the top floor of the William Augustus Bootle Federal Building in downtown Macon, Middle Georgia's new U.S. marshal says he's come back home.

Appointed by President Obama, Willie L. Richardson Jr. has returned to the Middle District of Georgia, where he was first assigned after graduating from recruit training 21 years ago.

April 01, 2010 | By Amy Leigh Womack Macon Telegraph | State, National News

Development threatens Appalachian Trail

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - From power line projects to planned subdivisions, development is threatening the narrow but resource-rich Appalachian trail, and the National Park Conservation Association says more must be done to protect it.

In a report released Wednesday, the association said threats also include quarries, wind farms, racetracks, illegal all-terrain vehicle use and mountain bikes. All along the 2,178-mile trail, the report says, decisions about projects must consider "the special and fragile character" of the trail, its resources and its landscapes.

April 01, 2010 | By Vicki Smith Associated Press writer | Sports

Web site maintenance Friday evening

It is possible that the Bryan County News' Web site, bryancountynews.com and affiliated locations, will be down for a time Friday evening.

New computers are being added to an array of servers that run sites for the News and other Morris Multimedia companies. If installation requires it, the current servers will be turned off for up to two hours.

April 01, 2010 | Staff report | News

Pisano: ObamaCare will be repealed

By Victor Pisano

April 01, 2010 | By Victor Pisano Columnist-At-Large | Columnists

Is H1N1 flu making a comeback?

Public health officials are so concerned by an uptick of serious cases of H1N1 flu in the southeastern United States that they called a short-notice press briefing on March 29 to urge Americans to be vaccinated against the pandemic strain.

April 01, 2010 | By Maryn McKenna Special to the News | Health

This horsing around hurts the state

I have a lot of r espect for third-term State Sen. Ronnie Chance (R-Tyrone.) Sen. Chance's father, Louie, and I grew up in College Park and I know for a fact the young man comes from good stock. Louie Chance is a Great American.

April 01, 2010 | By Dick Yarbrough Columnist | Opinion

Federal vote on health care felt in Atlanta

Day 28 (Monday, March 22): The historic vote last night by the U.S. House of Representatives to pass national health care reform has the Capitol abuzz this morning. While some are happy, others are in disbelief, and almost all are wondering what the financial impact on our state will be. While serving as the Mayor of Pooler for nine years, I was always resentful of programs created by the State that resulted in financial burdens for cities. As a state legislator, I am even more leery of federal programs and their financial impact on our state. Whether coincidental or ...

April 01, 2010 | By State Sen. Buddy Carter Special to the News | Opinion

Legislature passes crossover day

The Georgia General assembly adjourned on Friday, Crossover Day, and the 30th legislative day of the 2010 session. As I write this weekly update on Friday, we hav e not yet adjourned for the day and session is expected to last throughout the evening as we debate legislation. As we began the day on Friday, we had 36 Bills and Resolutions and more will be added throughout the day. As far as the Fiscal Year 2011 budget, subcommittee meetings will continue next week as we work to finalize the House version of the budget. In session for three days this ...

April 01, 2010 | By State Rep. Ron Stephens Special to the News | Opinion

Health care reform still evolving

ObamaCare is not destined to survive as it was voted into law. The reason? Simple, most people don't want it.

April 01, 2010 | By Victor Pisaro Special to the News | Opinion

Public shut out of EPD meeting

The Georgia Environmental Protection Division is holding a closed-door meeting today (Wednesday) in Savannah on the controversial $30 million wastewater treatment facility proposed by the Liberty County Development Authority.

April 01, 2010 | | Opinion

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