Foot traffic at the polls is light, according to Bryan County Elections Supervisor Cindy Reynolds.
A local 5-year-old boy used the gifts he would have received from his birthday to donate lunch to firefighters at the Richmond Hill Fire Department Saturday.
Little links and even the big dogs poked their faces through hotdog frames, proving that adults and the youngest of Richmond Hill enjoyed seeing the giant hotdog replica on wheels.
More than 100 cyclists from across the region rode down Hwy. 17 to Game Changers Bike and Multisport Tuesday afternoon as part of a non-competitive ride for military veterans and first responders.
Service dogs from the SD Gunner Fund program visited elementary schools this morning as part of Georgia Exceptional Children's Week.
Voting machines are ready, but Bryan County Elections Supervisor Cindy Reynolds said, so far, there hasn't been much turnout.
There are 100 reasons why one local group thought Richmond Hill High School baseball coach Stacy Bennett was more than a good coach and decided to surprise him at the latest home game.
In our Dec. 29 paper, we ran a story on a donation from Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church to Shepherd's Supper, a United Way of Bryan County program that feeds the elderly in North Bryan.
Christmas is just around the corner. For many of us, that might mean scurrying to cross the last item off the shopping list, preparing menus for the big holiday meal, wrapping presents to put under the tree or sewing up travel plans to spend Christmas with far-away loved ones.
Friday is a big day for the economy of Bryan County. That's when officials will break ground on Belfast Commerce Centre, the long-planned industrial park for the south end of the county.
Nineteen people were killed on Georgia roads over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Bryan County deserves a pat on the back.
Barring a repeat of the 2000 presidential election with its hanging chads and recounts, the worst of this election season is over. Thank heavens for an end to robo calls and TV ads and a mailbox full of promises from candidates of all political stripes.
There used to be a time – not all that long ago – when elections were held on only one day. People would show up to the polls as early as possible in hopes of a short wait so they could get to work and get on with their day. But often there were lines - long, long lines of voters anxious to have their say over who would run their town, their city, their country.
Good things are happening in schools across our county.