Bryan County Family Connection is getting its year started by hosting a planning retreat and a volunteer work day at its new service center.
With Super Tuesday just over a month away, Bryan County voters who plan to head to the polls in March to vote in the presidential preference primary must be sure they are registered to vote by Monday.
The registration deadline to vote in the presidential primary/special election on March 6 is Monday.
The city of Richmond Hill will soon recognize half a century of progress, success, change and more as the city prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary next month.
The city of Richmond Hill has finalized a severance package with former city manager Mike Melton.
The Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery is in the process of getting a facelift - the first in more than 50 years.
Bryan County Clerk of Courts Rebecca G. Crowe recently drew names of those to serve as Superior Court trial jurors for the November 2011 term.
Storms could be in Coastal Georgia's future.
The Richmond Hill City Council will move forward with various construction projects and water/sewer improvements after unanimously approving several property condemnations at its regular meeting Jan. 17.
Representatives from Goodwill Industries of the Coastal Empire were "happy to be in Richmond Hill" Saturday when dozens of area job-seekers turned in applications for the store's newest retail location.
The Bryan County Board of Education is back to its full size of seven members after selecting a new District 3 representative Monday.
Battling blazes will be a little easier for the Pembroke Fire Department after recently receiving a donation from local business Liberty Auction.
Richmond Hill will soon see more housing after the City Council unanimously approved Tuesday a master plan for Harris Trail Townhomes.
The city of Richmond Hill and former city manager Mike Melton have reached an agreement on a severance package, according to Mayor Harold Fowler.
The employment appeal hearing for City Manager Mike Melton has been canceled, according to a press release issued this morning from City Hall.
A Bryan County Sheriff's Department deputy was dispatched to a South Bryan address Thursday regarding "possible dog fighting," a report released Monday said.