The Art of War may have ancient Chinese roots, but a new Hinesville Area Arts Council exhibit shows that some today see war strategy and depictions as a craft.
While much of Pembroke Recreation Department's "Summer in the City" program has ended, there are still plenty of activities going on in town to keep residents on the move.
We have some great British friends who live in Atlanta. They bought a lovely older home and were telling us about their plans for updating and remodeling it.
Katherine Stigall and Garrett Stigall, Richmond Hill residents and student at G.W. Carver Elementary, smile for the camera with a copy of the Bryan County News at the Columbia Ice Fields of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada.
By day, he dons his judge's robe and pounds his gavel when need be as a superior court judge in the Atlantic judicial circuit.
Last week, I talked about the first two rules you should follow when looking for a tree service company. Here are the other four:
SAVANNAH - Sea turtle nests are popping up in record numbers along Georgia beaches this summer, prompting experts to declare the summer nesting season a success a month before it officially ends.
Pembroke Lions Club President Bill Anderson, right, presents recently the 2012 Lion of the Year award to club Past President Laverne Scott.
More than 100 children were screened during a vision-screening event July 20 at First Baptist Church.
Much to the delight of the local community, area residents will now have access to the work of many artist-members of Arts on the Coast (AOC), a local fine arts organization.
No part of the Georgia coast is protected from pollution by plastics and other marine debris.
I am proud that my hometown of London will host the 30th Olympic Games. London will be the only city to have hosted the Olympics three times: 1908, 1948 and now in the 21st century.
While most high school students across the county are soaking up the last few weeks of summer vacation, one Bryan County High School student is taking time to work on her leadership skills.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Haight stand in the yard of their Martin Lane home in the Tivoli Marsh subdivision that was named Yard of the Month for June by the Richmond Hill Garden Club.
The Pembroke Garden Club recently announced its June awards. Dan and Lora Kangeter won the Beauty Spot award, while Jan Bowen won the Yard of the Month award.
DELAWARE, Ohio - Nola Johnson of Midway graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University on May 11 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
With all the changes that have been happening around Timber Trail there is probably one that may have gone unnoticed by many.
Amazingly, this is my 100th English Rose in Georgia column for the Bryan County News, and as long as they keep printing it and you keep reading it, I will carry on writing it! For a bit of fun I thought I would share a few of quirky facts and musings about numbers and the number 100 - on both sides of the pond.
Note The following is from Family Promise member Aviva Goelman Rice.:
Are you looking for a way to burn more calories in a small amount of time? Many of us have busy schedules therefore making it impossible to get an hour workout in at the gym. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) offers a fantastic alternative. You can cut down your hour to a mere 20 minutes and still burn hundreds of calories while shedding fat and building muscle.
Armstrong State University officially rolled out its new name Tuesday, offering free Leopold's ice cream in Compass Plaza to students, faculty and staff to celebrate the name change.
The American Red Cross asks blood and platelet donors to help prevent a summer shortage by making an appointment to roll up a sleeve around the Independence Day holiday.
A Guyton woman wasn't able to attend a fundraiser held on her behalf Saturday, but the attendance reflected how many people are thinking about her.
The Richmond Hill Lions Club held its 51st annual installation of officers ceremony Thursday, June 26, at the Wetland Center in JF Gregory Park.
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