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.
Editor's note: This is one in a series of surveys answered by candidates in contested races in the July 31 primary.
Early voting is now under way for the July 31 general primary and nonpartisan general election
The July 31 primary is only a few weeks away, but Bryan County residents still have a little time left to register to cast their vote on Election Day.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is conducting temporary east and westbound alternating lane closures this week on Highway 80 in Bryan County.
Bill Ryzenic, left, Ken Luke, County Commissioner Carter Infinger, Buckhead North Homeowner's Association President Marvin Back, Frances Trilone and Mark Miller gather June 16 for a meet-and-greet luncheon with the commissioner.
An early morning accident last Monday sent one man to the hospital after an excavator tipped over in the Waterford Landing subdivision in Richmond Hill.
Richmond Hill will hold a public hearing to gauge the interest of city residents in mandatory curbside recycling, city council members decided Tuesday.
Hundreds of family, friends and fellow law enforcement officers gathered Tuesday at First Baptist Church of Pembroke to mourn the loss of Bryan County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Robert "Bobby" Crapse.
The woman involved in the head-on collision early Friday morning that claimed the life of a Bryan County deputy remains hospitalized as of Monday afternoon.
Vistation for Robert Crapse, the Bryan County Sheriff's Department deputy killed Friday in a wreck on I-95 will be Monday at Flanders Morrison Funeral Home in Pembroke.
SAVANNAH - A sinking shrimp boat highlights the potential danger faced by boaters and property owners when vessels are abandoned on waterways in the Savannah area, county officials say.
The city of Pembroke approved a resolution of support Tuesday for the coming transportation referendum, or what is commonly referred to as the transportation special purpose local option sales tax, or TSPLOST, referendum.
The following incidents are from Richmond Hill Police Department reports.