A man who allegedly has been thieving money from area banks and reportedly snatched money from a teller counter in Effingham County was caught in Pembroke Wednesday.
Pembroke man Jack Barfield IV was found guilty on all charges Tuesday in the April 25, 2005 traffic deaths of Lanier Primary School teacher Ginger Reagin and her 5-year-old son Garrett.
A joint task force involving members of the Pembroke Police Department and the Bryan County Sheriff's Department conducted an operation early Monday morning resulting in the arrest of seven alleged drug dealers and one reported drug user.
At Monday night's meeting of the Pembroke City Council, the city's Downtown Programs Coordinator Tonya Raulerson announced to the council the city had received "Better Hometown" status from the Georgia Main Street Program.
One of the most recognizable and venerated icons in the world, the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale horses, arrived Monday afternoon at J.F. Gregory Park.
It's official: Jack Kingston doesn't want to be vice president. Well, at least not unless times get tough.
Emergency preparedness was the theme of the Boy Scout's "camporee" held last weekend at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill.
After over 100 years in the same facility, historic Beulah Baptist Church is getting a new building.
A fire that broke out and burned a camper on Belfast-Keller Road in early February and claimed the life of one man is still under investigation by the Georgia Fire Marshal's Office.
A last minute addition to the March 6 Richmond Hill City Council meeting was made when developer Lamar Smith presented a plea to have his proposed 1,100 acres of county property off Daniel Siding Road annexed into the city. Smith plans to create a residential and commercial mixed-use development project with the tract.
The Board of Commissioners didn't have to decide on the controversial rezoning request of developer Michael Stefanick on Tuesday after Stefanick pulled his proposal.
Constituted in 1839 and rebuilt after an 1859 fire, Lower Black Creek Primitive Baptist Church has been around a long time.
As downtown program coordinator for the city of Pembroke, Tonya Raulerson stays busy planning and managing events, which often take place in Pembroke Park along the railroad tracks through the center of the city. It's a fulltime job, and Raulerson gives it her best. There is extensive work in bringing off events, such as the Balloon Fest, which takes months of work every year. Raulerson loves it all.
A controversial proposed zoning change to be heard before the Bryan County Board of Commissioners was pulled from consideration at Tuesday's meeting at the last minute.
There was magic in the air Saturday evening on the third floor of the brand new Speir Brogdon Building in the Crossroads Center as the Richmond Hill Rotary Club held its annual fundraising banquet.
Col. Kevin Gregory, U.S. Army Garrison commander for Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield, reported to the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce during its Progress Through People Luncheon on Thursday at Connection Church in Hinesville.
Richmond Hill Middle and Bryan County High schools recently recognized some of their top teachers by announcing RHMS math teacher Tracy Thompson and BCHS engineering, technology and broadcast communication teacher Inga Cashon as the 2013-14 Teachers of the Year.
A light turnout at the inaugural Friday on the Train event hosted by the Suites at Station Exchange didn't dampen the spirits of Rich DeLong, executive director.
Bryan County residents looking to pay homage to those who have lost while serving in the armed forces will have several opportunities to honor Memorial Day.
Superior Court Judge David Cavendar has issued a ruling in favor of Bryan County's ordinances regarding landfills in the lawsuit filed by Atlantic Waste Services against the county.
Construction began last month on a single-pole 115 kilovolt transmission line between Bryan and Liberty counties, and it's expected to pick up this summer.
Recent water test results at the site of King America Finishing, a Screven County textiles plant under fire by Ogeechee River advocates concerned about pollution, were erroneous, according to an attorney representing the company.
After weeks of planning, consulting with business owners and deliberation, the city of Richmond Hill has put in place new sign regulations after the city council approved a new sign ordinance Tuesday.
Kindergarteners at Lanier Primary School were entertained by a special guest Friday when Georgia's First Lady Sandra Deal stopped by the school to read a story to students.
The city of Richmond Hill has scheduled two called meetings.
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