Dozens of kids scampered through J.F. Gregory Park on Friday morning as they got the chance to try out some of the 14th annual Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival carnival rides early during a special opening.
The J. Dixie Harn Community Center was buzzing with hundreds of people Thursday when job seekers and employers alike attended a job fair hosted by the Development Authority of Bryan County in conjunction with the city of Pembroke and North Bryan Chamber of Commerce.
Editor's note: This is one in a series of surveys answered by candidates in the November general election.
Richmond Hill residents can look forward to two free months of recycling services in the city after a decision from the City Council on Tuesday.
Former Army medic Christopher Jenderseck pleaded guilty Monday to tampering with evidence as part of a deal that allows him to serve the rest of his seven-year sentence on probation in return for his testimony against the other defendants in the December 2011 murders of Tiffany York and Michael Roark.
Area residents who enjoy the patriotic stars and stripes display that has long graced the downtown area of Pembroke in celebration of military-related holidays and events can breathe a sigh of relief knowing the flags will remain downtown.
Mouth-watering seafood, carnival rides, live entertainment and more are just some of what's expected to draw tens of thousands of people to J.F. Gregory Park throughout the weekend when the 14th annual Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival comes to Richmond Hill.
Bryan County and area residents who are looking for work will have the chance to scope out local job opportunities Thursday when the Development Authority of Bryan County will host job fair in Pembroke.
A cell phone interruption during the Coastal Regional Commission's regular meeting Wednesday prompted guest speaker U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, to discuss technological advances in relation to Congress with members of the group.
The belongings of one Richmond Hill woman were turned to ashes Friday morning after a fire destroyed her Daniel Siding Loop Road home.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday made its pick for the county administrator position during a regularly scheduled meeting held at the County Administrative Complex in South Bryan.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners made its pick for the county administrator position Tuesday during a regularly scheduled meeting held at the County Administrative Complex in South Bryan.
The Bryan County Fire Department broke ground Tuesday evening on a memorial that will commemorate fallen first responders.
The Richmond Hill City Council has offered its support on a matter that still weighs heavy on the hearts of many Bryan County residents - the health of the Ogeechee River.
"Pete the Cat" found his way into several South Bryan pre-kindergarten classrooms this week when state legislators Rep. Ron Stephens, R-Savannah, and Sen. Buddy Carter, R-Pooler, visited students in honor of Georgia Pre-K Week.
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.
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