Gene and Crystal Long have gone all out this year for Christmas by decorating their home in Davenport Acres in Long County.
In today's world, it isn't strange for a woman to achieve a PhD. However, Miriam Moore earned her PhD in 1960, a time when most women were just getting started on their lower degrees.
For many people, the holidays are jammed packed with happenings, and spare time to decorate can be difficult to come by.
The emphasis on wellness programs in the workplace hasn't risen to the standard that it should be at with the current levels of obesity.
On Sunday, Sept. 2, families of Richmond Hill residents Robbie and Karen Sharpe, along with Ed and Beth Ann (Sharpe) Starling joined 93 other family members who attended the 55th Annual Hansel Harmen Sharpe Family reunion.
The Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) announced Friday that a new substation and transmission line will be built near Richmond Hill.
A lot of people don't know it but Bryan County has an adult education program. And something else a lot of people don't know is that nearly 20 percent of adults in Bryan County over age 25 do not have a high school diploma or GED, according to Census statistics.
Patrice Black, second grade teacher at Richmond Hill Elementary School, gave a powerpoint presentation to the student body last week in honor of the state's 274th birthday. Using visual color slides, Black traced Georgia's history from its founding by James Edward Oglethorpe from England to modern day history. Her speech ended with such famous Georgians as Martin Luther King, Jr. and former president of America, James Earl Carter.
Barbara Estes, president of Arts on the Coast, wants everyone to know that there are many activities that the group sponsors for the enjoyment of the whole family. This local organization is an art association which fosters the development of visual art, music, drama, and dance in Bryan County and neighboring coastal community counties.
Mrs. Hattie Carter, a resident of Richmond Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center, turned 97 years old on February 7. Mrs. Carter gave God the praise for another birthday and said she is still "holding on to God's unchanged hands."
Would you like to learn more about the Medicare program and help others manage their health? Do you have an interest in lifelong planning strategies or preventing fraud targeted at the senior population?
Richmond Hill YMCA sponsors a program for young mothers who need a break from their little ones – maybe to shop for groceries, to take care of business, or to run errands. Monday through Friday, the YMCA provides a block of time from 8 a.m. until noon at the childcare center behind the Richmond Hill Library in the white building which once served as the senior citizen building. The library and the white building behind it (YMCA childcare center) are located on Ford Avenue.
Friends of the library Friends of the Library, a non-profit organization assisting Richmond Hill Library is seeking members. For more information on this project, please call 756-3580. Girl Scouts Junior Girl Scout Troop 680 is now accepting girls who are in the third, fourth or fifth grade to join the Girl Scouts. For more information, please call 858-3712. Historical society Richmond Hill Historical Society is again seeking more volunteers to help with a variety of ...
The Bryan County Bark Park will host its first dog-and-child friendly outdoor movie-screening fundraiser at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Ice Cream Stop at the Publix shopping center on Highway 144.
A group of "modern-day treasure hunters" got the chance to camp out Saturday at Fort McAllister State Historic Park as part of the State Park system's geocaching program.
Ronda Rich not only carried on a family tradition of finding humor in life's challenges, she made a career of it.
The Richmond Hill Garden Club recently selected Debra and Bobby Ware for the Yard of the Month award for November for their home on Mill Run Road.
Everyone knows Henry Ford built cars. Most know Ford built what eventually became modern day Richmond Hill.
I'm often asked why I don't write other commentaries. It's better to write about things you know about, and it's easier to do it when it's something most folks can agree on - like food.
The American Cancer Society is seeking volunteers and teams for the Relay For Life in Bryan County.
Chronic-disease self-management program leaders' training will be in Richmond Hill.
More than $850 was raised Oct. 24 during the Bryan County Bark Park's Howl-o-Ween at Fish Tales.
ATLANTA - Damon Elmore, an Atlanta-area HR executive and Georgia lawyer, is determined to put the wheels of his bike down in every Georgia county, hoping to raise more than $31,000 for the Georgia Legal Services Program and Willie Dean Ministries in Atlanta.
SAVANNAH - Best-selling authors Scott Turow, Mitch Albom and Eben Alexander will headline the 2014 Savannah Book Festival, set for Feb. 13-16.
Back in the land of my birth, there has been a great deal of excitement about the recent christening of the third in line to the throne - his royal highness Prince George of Cambridge, the 3-month-old son of Prince William and Princess Catherine.
Basic training in 1973 at Fort Jackson, S.C., was not a culture shock to me. Daddy was a Marine, so I grew up under strict supervision and was used to being dropped for pushups or called a maggot.
A chilly morning turned into a perfect fall Saturday as Pembroke broke out its celebration of autumn with the second annual Spooktacular 5K/10K and fall festival at DuBois square.
Within 30 minutes of open registration at the Warriors for William 5K in J.F. Gregory Park on Sunday, race numbers had completely sold out. Walkers, runners, volunteers and other supporters came in droves to support a special little boy with a serious illness.