It is almost time for the newest addition to North Bryan County's Interstate Centre Industrial Park to open for business.
The Pembroke Fire Department was called to go to a fire on the afternoon of Jan. 29. It turned out this was the second fire at the same location in just two weeks.
The Rev. Francys Johnson, pastor of Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Pembroke, was named Monday as the Southeast national regional director for the NAACP.
The new Bryan County Board of Education got off to a fresh start by putting its new chairman, Eddie Warren, into harness as their liaison to the national school board advocacy office.
Urban artist Chris Walker puts the finishing touches on a mural on the courthouse annex side of the old Telephone Company building on Ford Avenue on Jan. 26. The mural depicts the label put on every case of iceberg lettuce shipped out of Richmond Hill in the 1940s when the lettuce industry prospered here.
Gordon Holland doesn't remember the year his wife put the seeds in a flower bed behind their house on Pine Crest Street.
The city of Richmond Hill has been given the "Trendsetter Award" by the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) and Georgia Trend Magazine.
Members of the Bryan County Board of Commissioners recently visited the future site of the Dee Henderson Memorial Recreation Park down Highway 144 to discuss the project and reflect on a decade's worth of work that has gone into making the park a reality.
Property owners who haven't already applied for the county's new homestead exemptions only have until March 1 to do so, according to Bryan County Tax Commissioner Debbie Newman.
Ernest Williams, founder of Ernest Homes, died Monday at the age of 51.
A Pembroke man in ill health escaped serious injury Monday when he was able to get outside after a fire started in his kitchen.
The job market in North Bryan County, which has historically been stagnant, is looking bright
The Pembroke City County meeting was postponed from its original scheduled date of Jan. 9 due to the hospitalization of Mayor Judy Cook.
The Jan. 16 Richmond Hill city council meeting was an emotional setting for one elderly woman and her family and neighbors.
The American Red Cross continues to have an urgent need for blood and platelet donations, even as thousands of people donated last month.
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