The Pirates still are trying to stake their claim on Hinesville soil, but the $4.75 million funding request from the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia still hangs in the balance.
The 92nd Engineer Battalion, a tenant unit of the 3rd Infantry Division, cased its unit colors Thursday morning in a formal ceremony held on Fort Stewart's Cottrell Field.
First Christian Academy in Richmond Hill has welcomed a new face to the director/principal position at the school inside First Baptist Church of Richmond Hill.
Local readers of GeorgiaTrend magazine, a publication that focuses on business, politics and economics across the state, will see some familiar names in the January 2013 issue.
Two Pembroke brothers were each sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for their roles in two separate kidnappings involving Bryan County residents.
Plans for Richmond Hill's fire station and old city hall building on Ford Avenue took a small step forward Tuesday when the City Council unanimously approved an engineering firm to design the project.
Business and community leaders, elected officials and many others celebrated another year of business in Richmond Hill, recognizing education as a major part of the equation for success Thursday during the Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet.
Georgia residents who plan to purchase a new or used vehicle in the coming year may see some changes in the way they pay taxes on their mode of transportation.
One returning and two newly elected commissioners were sworn into office Tuesday just in time for the first meeting of the Bryan County Board of Commissioners in the new year.
Military and community leaders gathered Thursday morning outside Winn Army Community Hospital for a groundbreaking ceremony, kicking off construction of the hospital's Phase II expansion.
A Richmond Hill banker with the failed First National Bank was indicted Friday by a federal grand jury in Savannah on charges of defrauding First National Bank and other banks out of millions of dollars.
The city of Pembroke has several projects on its agenda for 2013 including a new public safety complex, sewer work and a new city website.
A budget that caps the city's contribution to the Richmond Hill City Center was approved by the city council on Thursday during its first meeting of the year in City Hall.
Our look back on 2012 in Bryan County comes to a close on a positive note as we review stories of progress, graditude and closure.
Bryan County residents can expect a new fire station in South Bryan in 2013, as well as improvements to some of the county's recreational facilities, according to County Administrator Ray Pittman.