Local residents and community officials gathered Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of the Bryan County Service Center in Richmond Hill.
ATLANTA - Voters have rejected a penny sales tax referendum to pay for transportation projects in nine of 12 regions in Georgia, including in metro Atlanta, unofficial returns show.
Bryan County residents will see some new and familiar faces after voters had their say in Tuesday's primary election.
Election results show voters in Bryan County approved the special transportation tax, but they also show the 10-county region as a whole said 'no' to the additional penny on sales.
Unofficial election results for contested races and TSPLOST as of 10:30 p.m.:
More than 100 people gathered Monday in the Richmond Hill City Center to meet and listen to local candidates vying to be the leaders of Bryan County for the next four years.
An Atlanta judge previously ruled that the Ogeechee Riverkeeper organization had no right to sue the Georgia Environmental Protection Division in protest of a consent order against a textiles company accused of causing a fish kill, but Bulloch County Superior Court Judge John R. Turner disagrees.
Should Bryan County have a noise ordinance?
With early voting under way and the July 31 Election Day just around the corner, it's no surprise that campaign signs are cropping up all over the county.
Two Bryan County Sheriff candidates have hopes of winning the Republican nomination in the July 31 primary.
The city of Pembroke continues efforts to clean up debris and other damages from the violent thunderstorms that blew through the area July 1 and left thousands of people without power.
A judge heard all sides Monday in a dispute concerning discharges into the Ogeechee River by King America Finishing.
Early voting for the July 31 primary election began Monday in Bryan County with a light turnout on both ends of the county, according to Elections Superintendent Sam Davis
The Richmond Hill City Council will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall to discuss a proposed curbside recycling program.
The city of Richmond Hill will soon be on the hunt for someone to lead the Planning and Zoning Department after Planning and Zoning Director Steve Scholar announced his retirement Monday.
Note: Look for more coverage in future stories on issues raised at the retreat.
This is an exciting time for our Richmond Hill YMCA! A 4,000 square foot expansion to our current 10,000 square foot facility will open this fall! The additional space is greatly needed to offer more room for group fitness classes, a larger spin room, and a multi-purpose room. More programs and classes will be added, and more people will be served as the Y becomes an even greater asset to our Richmond Hill community!