The recreation programs in South Bryan have grown to such a size that some officials say it's time to transition administrative duties to the director of the recreation department there.
Local residents might be able to start enjoying an infusion of new technology at the Richmond Hill Public Library later this year.
Wendy Sims wants more children in South Bryan to have access to free lunches when school is not in session.
In commemoration of Georgia Arbor Day and to mark its 10th anniversary, Coastal Bryan Tree Foundation volunteers will plant 52 trees at 9 a.m. Saturday at Henderson Park off Hwy. 144 on Capt. Matthew Freeman Drive in South Bryan.
A "double-whammy" of countywide revaluation and new state laws could lead to lower property values and increased taxes in 2012, according to the county's chief tax appraiser Dan Rollf.
It could be back to the drawing board for Richmond Hill's wastewater treatment plant since the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) changed the city's wasteload allocation last week.
Pembroke City Council is backing efforts by the housing counseling agency JCVision and Associates to survey Pembroke homes for lead-based paint.
Richmond Hill was awarded a nearly $1.9 million loan for the upgrade and expansion of its wastewater treatment plant, Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) announced.
Pembroke City Council has authorized a design assessment for a Fire Department/Public Safety building that would be shared with the police department.
Things that many Americans would most like to cut, such as foreign aid and farm subsidies, make up relatively tiny slices of the federal budget, while things most don't want to touch, such as Medicare and Social Security, take far larger portions, U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston showed constituents.
County officials are working on updating its animal control ordinances, and one group wants an anti-tethering law worked into the rules.
Highway widening and interchange upgrades are among some of the transportation improvements county officials wants to tackle if a special sales tax gets approved next year.
A couple visiting Fort McAllister recently asked Christy Sherman if there were some Henry Ford-era buildings nearby.
Chandra Brown joked that she can't handle three children. "The Riverkeeper is my first baby," she said. "And it's time to give it up for adoption." Brown, who is pregnant with her second child, has been the Ogeechee Riverkeeper for the past 10 years. She's stepping down from her post as riverkeeper and executive director sometime before her baby, a girl, is born in late April. It's time for the not-for-profit organization flourish under a ...
Two years ago, the Richmond Hill Historical Society was running the Richmond Hill Museum on a bare bones budget, said Sarah Volker, the president of the society.
The Bryan County Board of Education has filled several administrative positions at various schools across the county as well as central office positions, according to a press release issued Friday by the Bryan BoE.
More than 100 students, parents, faculty and staff filled the gym at Bryan County High School on Friday morning for the 2013 honors day ceremony.
Applause and cheers filled the cafeteria at Richmond Hill high school Thursday evening when the top seniors in the class of 2013 were recognized for various academic achievements.
The Exchange Club of Richmond Hill is planning a special World War II Remembrance Program on May 22. The guest speaker will be Paul Grassey, a B-24 pilot with the 8th Air Force; having flown 13 combat missions during the war.
Repairs made to Pembroke Police Department vehicles have upset one Pembroke business owner.
J.F. Gregory Park was abuzz with hundreds of people throughout the night Friday as they celebrated, remembered and fought back with the American Cancer Society as part of the 2013 Bryan County Relay for Life.
Monday held a bittersweet feeling for staff and students at Richmond Hill Middle School when the school celebrated the life of the late Chip Eckwall and buried a time capsule commemorating the school's first year.
Members of the North Bryan Chamber of Commerce learned a little of what is going on in the Georgia Department of Transportation whenGeorgia's 1stCongressional District Board Member Ann Purcell paid the group a visit on May 15.
SPRINGFIELD - Anger, concern for the environment and frustration were evident Tuesday night as residents attended a hearing regarding the Ogeechee River and a proposed permit allowing an industry to continue discharging wastewater into the river.
The state Environmental Protection Division will hold a public hearing Tuesday on King America Finishing's draft permit to discharge into the Ogeechee River, and agency director Jud Turner said he wants to meet with area residents soon.
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