Starting July 19, South Bryan residents will have the opportunity to buy local farm-fresh produce, crafts, plants and more at the Richmond Hill Farmers Market in J.F. Gregory Park.
Honor Flight Savannah is seeking veterans who want to take the organization's upcoming fall trips and is recruiting volunteers, known as guardians, to help chaperone aging veterans.
Bryan County Clerk of Courts Rebecca G. Crowe recently drew names for trial jurors for the July Term 2011 of the Bryan County State Court.
A damaged storm drain on Fair View Drive in the Sterling Links golf community at Richmond Hill Plantation that has raised some concern, especially for one resident, may finally be getting repaired.
Bryan County residents celebrated the July Fourth holiday with tradition and history with events such as the "Richmond Hill Salutes the Red, White and Blue" Independence Day celebration on Saturday and the annual holiday program Monday at Fort McAllister State Historic Park.
The Regional Transportation Roundtable Executive Committee gathered Wednesday to develop a constrained list of infrastructure projects that could be placed on next summer's Transportation Investment Act referendum.
Laptops will soon be on the horizon for the Richmond Hill Public Library as library officials wrap up purchasing details with funds from a recent grant.
The members of the Fort Stewart 3rd Infantry Division Band got a standing ovation from more than 200 North Bryan residents on last week during a Patriotic Concert and Picnic at First Baptist Church in Pembroke.
After a request from Gov. Nathan Deal, federal agriculture officials have declared 22 Georgia counties as disaster areas due to ongoing drought conditions.
Starting July 19, South Bryan residents will have the opportunity to buy local farm fresh produce, crafts, plants and more at the Richmond Hill Farmers Market in J.F. Gregory Park.
July Fourth celebrations are slated in Pembroke and Richmond Hill and at Fort McAllister State Park and Fort Stewart, so get the red white and blue ready for ringing in Independence Day.
Construction of a new Zaxby's restaurant in Richmond Hill could begin soon after Richmond Hill City Council members approved a site plan and building elevations at Tuesday's council meeting.
Correction: Pembroke police chief Mark Crowe said no suspect is in custody for three fires earlier this month that are believed to be intentionally set. The Bryan County News reported June 22 that a suspect was in custody. The News regrets the error.
South Bryan will soon see a new boat storage facility on Kilkenny Road after a nearly 16-acre tract of land was rezoned Tuesday by the Bryan County Board of Commissioners.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners got a refresher course on the local and regional land-use plans during a workshop June 14 before its regular meeting in the Administrative Complex.
Ford Plantation showcased the $7-million redesign of its Pete Dye-designed golf course to national and local media Friday.
Richmond Hill's Lou Gambill was named the top Georgia Recreation and Parks Association volunteer in the state Thursday night in Tybee Island. Gambill volunteers with South Bryan County Recreation Department and is known locally as Mr. Baseball for his work with kids.
The sound of dogs barking was very likely music to Wendy Bolton's ears Wednesday afternoon.
Richmond Hill City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to raise water and sewer rates for the city's roughly 4,800 customers beginning in January, blaming the increases on state mandates and a potential shortfall of $25 million in the city's coffers in a decade.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire that burned a home and at 45 Meadows Road on Monday morning in south Bryan County, Bryan County Emergency Services Director Freddy Howell said.
By now, chances are you have heard of Mike Viti, the former Army fullback and West Point graduate, a member of the United State Military Academy's class of 2008 who won a Bronze star while serving as an artillery officer in Afghanistan.
Richmond Hill City Council will hold a workshop at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall to discuss a proposed revision to the Richmond Hill Plantation master plan regarding property at the corner of Port Royal Road and Sterling Links Way.