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.
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 Pembroke Downtown Development Authority will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. Friday to appoint a new board member.
Public works company OMI has dropped its $2 million lawsuit against Richmond Hill, city attorney Ray Smith announced Tuesday night after the city council met briefly in closed session.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners heard a first reading Tuesday of a revised ordinance aimed at making travel safer by putting more space between driveways on roads with speed limits of 50 mph or greater.
David Pennington says that if elected, he will be Georgia's first limited-government, conservative Republican governor.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners will let voters decide in November whether they want to buy alcohol on Sunday in unincorporated parts of the county.
A Catholic priest, who worked in several Georgia towns, including Pembroke, is going to prison after being found guilty of sexually abusing a boy in Ohio.
The Richmond Hill Police Department apparently has been responding to a lot of calls regarding vehicle break-ins during the night, according to a press release from the department.
After a day of rain and two days of cloudy skies, the National Weather Service is forecasting that our skies will start clearing this afternoon.
The Pembroke Police Department is adding an auxiliary unit of trained volunteers to help it deal with large civic events and emergencies.
Bryan County schools will be open tomorrow, though in an emailed statement superintendent Dr. Paul Brooksher said staff members will check roads at 4 a.m. and if icy roads make it necessary to close schools a notice will be posted on school and district websites and sent through the school notification system.
Bryan County Emergency Services Director Freddy Howell said today it appears Bryan County will miss the worst of ice and snow from Winter Storm Pax.
Bryan County commissioners voted 3-2 at Tuesday's Board of Commissioners meeting to put Sunday alcohol sales on the ballot in November. Commissioners Jimmy Henderson and Carter Infinger voted against the measure, which if passed will allow alcohol sales on Sunday in the unincorporated part of Bryan County.
No snow is forecast for Coastal Georgia, even though winter storm warnings and watches have been issued for north and central parts of the state.
Anyone interested in the planned widening of Highway 144 will want to mark Feb. 20 on the calendar.
Richmond Hill will officially stop accepting yard waste for pickup if it is put in plastic bags beginning March 1 following a unanimous City Council vote Tuesday night to require the debris be put in paper bags.
Richmond Hill city council members voted unanimously Tuesday to require residents to use paper bags for dry trash pickup.