One by one, speakers told state Environmental Protection Division representatives that the agency wasn't doing its job and the pollution of the Ogeechee River had to stop.
Burn rings are ignited with potasium permanganate balls injected with ethylene glycol that a thrown from passing helicopters.
Bryan County is growing. And with an expected population of more than 38,000 by the year 2015, it is no secret that more cars will be traveling the roads here.
A new Democratic Party in Bryan County is giving "blue" residents the chance to band together and let their political voices be heard.
Everyone lives in a flood zone. Some are just more at risk of flooding than others. That was the message of federal and state officials last week at an informational meeting on recently redrawn flood maps impacting 1,600 parcels of land in North Bryan and Pembroke. Roughly 30 people attended the meeting, held Thursday at the J. Dixie Harn Community Center in Pembroke. Those who missed the meeting can still get help online, thanks to ...
One man suffered minor injuries in a two-car crash around noon Saturday on I-95 in Richmond Hill. The wreck sent an SUV and Honda Civic off the interstate and caused the Civic involved to burst into flame, but not before the driver was rescued by Efrain Acosta of Staten Island, who saw the accident and stopped to help.
A local homebuilding company is doing its part to ensure a wounded warrior and his or her family will have a home suited to their needs.
The Ogeechee River continues to rise, but Bryan County might get by with no serious flooding or damage to homes.
People with an interest in the Ogeechee River will be able to offer their input about a proposed consent order for a textile mill's pollution discharge.
From WaterWays and Buckhead up to Black Creek, developers and marketers sound bullish about growing new neighborhoods in Bryan County in 2013.
Whether one looks at the number of homes sold or the prices, the housing market in Bryan County touched bottom two or three years ago and is trending upward.
The Richmond Hill City Center could be paid off sooner than expected and the city could save nearly $800,000 if the Richmond Hill City Council decides to refinance the meeting and event facility.
Fort Stewart Garrison Commander Col. Kevin Gregory believes the troops at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield are in a "good position" when it comes to force restructure and sequestration.
A Richmond Hill mother is seeking $5 million from the city and an officer with the Richmond Hill Police Department, claiming they are to blame for the 2011 suicide of her teenage daughter.
A river flood warning remains in effect for Bryan, Chatham and Effingham counties. As of Thursday morning, the river at Eden as 11.3 feet and expected to reach 11.4 feet by Thursday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. The warning notes that at 12 feet, the bottom floor of several homes at Morgan's Bridge will begin to flood. The boat ramp there is already covered with water.
It's only six days into the 2013 hurricane season, but coastal Georgia and much of the southern East Coast is already bracing for the first named storm of the season.
There are plenty of people willing to pitch in and help Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Coastal Empire. There's a shortage of help, nonetheless.
A Bryan County man was killed Friday in a wreck involving a motorcycle and pickup at the Olive Branch Road intersection on Highway 280 in Black Creek.
t was the perfect weather Saturday for young anglers to catch some fish and have some family fun during the 23rd annual Kids Fishing Derby at the Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery.
A new program that supports the Army Career and Alumni Program is helping soldiers transition from Army life to the civilian workforce.