William Webb II, the 4-year-old son of William E. "Bill" and Danielle Kelley Webb of Savannah, died Wednesday after fighting pediatric cancer for 11 months.
Thursday was an unseasonably warm December night, even by the Georgia coast's usually balmy standards.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30, 2013 - With a government shutdown possible in the absence of federal funding beyond fiscal year 2013, which ends at midnight tonight, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel today issued a message to the Defense Department workforce.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27, 2013 - DOD officials today issued guidance to the force in the event appropriations lapse Oct. 1 and a government shutdown results.
Sandra Deal, wife of Gov. Nathan Deal, visited the maternity ward Friday morning at Fort Stewart's Winn Army Community Hospital.
Former Pembroke Police chief Mark Crowe had been under the scrutiny of city officials for a number of reasons since at least April 2012.
Ogeechee River supporters are cheering a judge's ruling that a lawsuit against King America Finishing can go forward.
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.
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.
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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