Area residents rallied together Saturday in Dubois Square in Pembroke to help raise money for an Ellabell family who recently lost everything in a fire.
The annual United Way campaign wrapped up Friday in Bryan County, not only meeting its goal of $64,007, but exceeding it by nearly 30 percent.
The Bryan County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to hire a new fire chief for the county at its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday in Pembroke.
Plans for changes to the fire station and old city hall building located on Ford Avenue went back to square one Thursday when the Richmond Hill City Council decided to request bids for more architectural designs for the project.
If students at George Washington Carver Elementary School were to decide the presidential election, Mitt Romney would hold the top spot the country for the next four years.
Editor's note: This is the last in a series of surveys answered by candidates in the November general election.
A group of volunteers from the community, United Way/ Hands on Savannah and Gulfstream joined forces Saturday to help "make a difference" at the Richmond Hill Recreation Center on Mimosa Street.
Girl Scouts from 10 troops across Richmond Hill gathered Saturday in J.F. Gregory Park to honor the 152nd birthday of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low.
Swirling grey clouds illuminated by the moon during the early morning hours offered an eerie setting for Pembroke's first-ever Spooktacular 5K on Saturday, when more than 100 runners and walkers gathered at Bryan County High School for the start of the race.
Thousands of people will line the streets of Savannah on Saturday as the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon rolls through the Hostess City, and Bryan County residents can expect at least one familiar face to be in the crowd.
The Bryan County Board of Education had a special guest during its regular meeting Thursday at Richmond Hill Middle School when Greg Parker with Parker's Convenience Stores stopped by with a surprise.
Editor's note: This is one in a series of surveys answered by candidates in the November general election.
Dozens of area residents got an inside look at the new Richmond Hill Middle School on Thursday when the school's staff hosted an open house.
Thursday was an exciting day for more than a dozen Richmond Hill High School seniors. That was the day the recently turned 18-year-olds got to vote for the first time.
Rotary Club of Richmond Hill members learned about the latest news regarding the Belfast interchange at Interstate 95 and Belfast Commerce Center on Thursday, when Dan Camp with TerraPointe visited the club during its weekly meeting at the Richmond Hill City Center.