Shirley Heagarty, left, Lisa Freeman, Bonnie Proctor and Genna Speed, all with The Matthew Freeman Project: Pens and Paper for Peace, stand Friday with Lovin' Spoons owner Diane Kahn at the new frozen yogurt shop on Exchange Street in Richmond Hill. Lovin' Spoons kicked off its grand opening celebration last weekend by donating 10 percent of all sales to The Matthew Freeman Project.
To participate in the spirit of the holiday season, you may be thinking of making some charitable gifts. If so, you'll no doubt enjoy helping a group that does valuable work.
ATLANTA - Georgia's unemployment rate has fallen sharply to 9.9 percent in November, the largest one-month decline in 34 years, the state's labor commissioner announced Thursday.
WaterWays Township will host its inaugural "Home for the Holidays" from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday in the 2,300-acre gated, master-planned community in South Bryan.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Dec. 5-8:
Five local government and civic leaders from Bryan County recently graduated from 2011 Multi-Day Training Program through the Board of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development.
The Sawmill Plaza in Richmond Hill now has a new look thanks to owners Steve and Vickie Myers of Richmond Hill, who recently transformed the building with the help of the Georgia Cities Foundation.
The Holiday Market at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill Saturday drew quite a crowd. The special market day was part of the Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce's annual Christmas Stroll that promoted a day of local shopping in the holiday season.
Goodwill Industries will soon have a new home in Richmond Hill as the company makes plans to inhabit about 20,000 square feet of the former Kroger store and neighbor the recently opened Dollar Tree.
Call it a facelift, a transformation or even an "Extreme Makeover: Print Edition" – the Bryan County News will unveil a sleek new look Wednesday.
The Ford Plantation recently hired real estate, resort and club executive Nick Cassala as CEO and general manager.
As you know, the holiday season can be joyous, hectic, celebratory – and expensive. And while you certainly enjoy hosting family gatherings and giving presents to your loved ones, you'll find these things even more pleasurable if they don't add a lot more weight to your debt load.
Construction is under way on Richmond Hill's first Zaxby's, a Southeast restaurant popular for chicken fingers and Buffalo wings.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Nov. 29-Dec. 5:
ATLANTA - The Southern Co. continues to face "significant challenges" building the country's first brand-new nuclear plant on time and without exceeding its share of the roughly $6 billion budget, a state watchdog said in a report released Monday.
Georgia annual back-to-school sales-tax holiday is this weekend.
BRUNSWICK - The Georgia Coastal Management Program's Coastal Advisory Council's 2014 annual meeting will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday at the Susan Shipman Environmental Learning Center, 1 Conservation Way in Brunswick.
Coastal Endodontics announced the addition of a new dentist to its staff. Dr. Matthew Palazzolo, a board eligible endodontist with a certificate in Endodontics, is an active member of both the American Association of Endodontists and the American Dental Association, according to a press release.
U. S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Administrator Juan Garcia reminds farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers that Aug. 1 is the deadline for local FSA county committee nominations.
Being former soldiers, Kevin Ryan, Dan Sartin and Jeff Hyatt have a common bond that's typical of all uniformed personnel, whether they're military, law enforcement or firefighters. They also share a love for good beer.
Georgia's net tax collections for June totaled $1.76 billion for an increase of $182.25 million, or 11.5 percent, compared to the month-ended June 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal announced this week.
Dealing with termites costs over two billion dollars a year in the United States. In Georgia alone residents pay between two hundred million and three hundred million dollars for remedial control and repair of damage done by termites.
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