If your listen to a scanner and it goes crazy Thursday morning, it's probably only a drill.
The public is invited to the second of a free four-part movie and discussion series, "Pushing the Limits" for adults, at the Pembroke Library on Feb. 24.
SAVANNAH - Sitting in the waning afternoon sunlight outside the metal door of 703D Louisville Road, JinHi Soucy Rand has no regrets.
The Dolphin Project is hosting a bottlenose dolphin program and research training workshop in Richmond Hill on Feb. 11.
Christy Sherman, executive director of the Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau, recently attended the Capitol's "Tourism, Hospitality and Arts Day," along with other representatives from the Georgia tourism industry.
In an unusually short meeting, the Bryan County Board of Education met Feb. 26 at Lanier Primary School and accepted almost $40,000 in local donations, including a $35,139.47 donation from the McAllister PTSO to the elementary school for the fine arts and technology departments.
In his letter to the church in Philippi, Paul wrote these words about Jesus. "God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father."
In short, "A Dog's Purpose" is really nothing more than cloying, manipulative and very artificial.
Varoom! Putt! Putt! Putt! Varoom! Putt! Putt! Varoom! Varoom!
This is in response to the Dick Yarborough column, "A Hard Lesson About Education," printed in the Jan. 26 edition of the Bryan County News. The views expressed are solely my own.
Property transfers on file at the Bryan County Courthouse in January.
In recent years, the public has become attuned to the problem of trash in the ocean, especially plastic, as images of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch have spread through media and the Internet. Now, University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography professor Jay Brandes is leading a team investigating another issue closer to home on the Georgia coast: microplastics.
Melissa Hurd, president of EOM Operations, recently announced that Gregg Higgins has been named as the private public works provider's regional director. Higgins was the former regional director for CH2M Hill, prior to accepting the appointment.
ATLANTA - Six people from Richmond Hill were among more than 3,200 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees at Georgia Institute of Technology during the institute's 252nd commencement on Dec. 16-17.
Many boys dream of becoming sports stars. For the North Bryan County Hendrix Park 10U football team, that dream became a reality this season.
The Georgia Aquarium claims to be an educational facility. I haven't seen it yet, even though I've visited it several times.
As followers of Jesus Christ, we don't have to look for spiritual battles, they will come to us.
As you might have heard, Donald Trump tweeted at a judge.
Cold days are fewer and fewer as we approach spring. And as warm weather approaches it brings insects, some of which you might already be ...
Spanish honor society students at Bryan County High School recently volunteered to prepare a meal for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Charities ...
The SD Gunner Fund was honored for its good works Feb. 22 during the Richmond Hill Exchange Club's meeting at the City Center.
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It seems like I have a secret code or password for just about everything nowadays. The other night, I was crawling into bed and my ...
On Feb. 17, Civility Bowling, an independent senior consultant for Thirty-One Gifts, donated of $300 to the Richmond Hill Schools Field Studies Program. Bowling's ...
How do we make sense of the events taking place in our country and our world?
To paraphrase film critic Richard Roeper, "The Great Wall" is a relentlessly cheesy "historical" epic that makes "47 Ronin" look like a documentary.
The percentage of Georgia graduates scoring 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement (AP) exam during high school increased again this year, even as participation ...
It's just high marks in school now, but a couple local students are looking to make an even bigger mark to change the world.
U.S. Rep. Rick Allen will meet with community leaders and the public at 10 a.m. Friday at the Statesboro-Bulloch County Library to discuss ...
During the construction of McAllister Elementary School, a large borrow pit behind the school was turned into a retention pond to handle storm run-off from ...