Richmond Hill resident John Bennett was told by many who have visited his barbecue booth during the last five years at the Seafood Festival that he should bottle and sell his unique barbecue sauce. After years of contemplating just that, he has finally taken that step.
Jessica Michelle Cooke, 16, of Ellabell, was seriously injured in a June 22 accident when she pulled out in front of a car she apparently didn't see and was hit in the driver's side door.
Though July 4 is on Wednesday, Richmond Hill's holiday celebration takes place on Saturday, July 7, with activities for people of all ages.
The 200 Club is dedicated to helping the families of fallen law enforcement officers, firefighters and paramedics in the 20 counties of the Coastal Empire.
The Richmond Hill Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously voted to approve the zoning for Lamar Smith's 1,100-acre Richmond Reserve project near Daniel Siding Road which stretches from highway 17 to the railroad tracks. The zoning request will now be sent with a stamp of approval to be presented at the next City Council meeting for final approval.
Kids learned more than how to paddle last week at Connie Shreve's canoe camp at the Ogeechee Outpost.
Last week, Congressman Jack Kingston secured $500,000 for Richmond Hill's Experience Works, Inc., a charitable, community-based organization which helps seniors find jobs in their communities.
The late Bryan County Sheriff's Department Sergeant Michael Larson, who died in the line of duty in December, was commemorated by the military on Monday by being awarded an honorary Purple Heart.
The Bryan County News won four awards in the 2007 Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners will meet at 3 p.m. Tuesday, June 26 at the Fort McAllister Museum.
The students from the Dancing Unlimited Black Creek competition team are off to the Encore DCS national competition.
The usually sparsely-attended meeting of the Richmond Hill City Council was filled to near-capacity Tuesday. It was mostly populated by residents of the Mulberry Subdivision who were in opposition to a zoning issue concerning a proposed nearby 1.8-acre vehicle storage facility on property owned by Charlie Stafford.
A joint meeting of the Coastal Marshland and Shore Protection Committees approved an application from the owners of the Ft. McAllister Marina that would allow the marina to add one dock and expand the other three, and also increase the length of the boat lift by 20 feet.
One of four people charged in a vandalizing spree in Black Creek and Pembroke last September pleaded guilty and was ordered to pay restitution and serve probation.
A Pembroke man was arrested in Savannah earlier this week as he allegedly tried to make off with several rolls of copper wire from Georgia Power on Killowat Drive.
SAVANNAH - Dr. Bob Johnson of Isle of Hope on Saturday announced his candidacy for Georgia's First Congressional District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
A former Bryan County Sheriff's Department employee has filed a sexual harassment suit accusing the sheriff and chief jailer of sexual harassment and maintaining a hostile work environment.
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