Hello out there sports fans. Welcome to another fun installment of the Pembroke Mafia Football League's first-ever basketball picks column.
When half the eight teams in your region are ranked in the state's Top 10 by the state's largest newspaper, you're probably in a tough region.
Voters said yes Tuesday to renewing ESPLOST and a $100 million bond issue to build schools, including a new high school in South Bryan expected to cost $85 million.
Quick, who won last year's NCAA tournament?
With early voting already under way, Bryan County Schools is taking its campaign for the renewal of ESPLOST and approval of a $100 million bond sale to the internet.
A Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent said Wednesday his agency's look into the Richmond Hill Police Department will be wrapped up in about two weeks, but he was emphatic about one thing.
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood …."
Because they took on South Atlanta too late Wednesday for the News' press deadline, by the time you read this story the Bryan County High School Lady Redskins will either be in the girls state Class AA Elite 8 or they'll be getting ready to turn in their basketball uniforms.
Soccer is still experiencing growing pains at Bryan County High School, but first-year boys' soccer coach Roman Czerwinski is optimistic about his fledgling program.
The gym at Bryan County High School should be rocking Friday night when the No. 1 seed and eighth-ranked Lady Redskins (22-4) play host to Westside Augusta in the first round of the girls' Class AA basketball playoffs.
Once synonymous with Fort Stewart, the "Taro Leaf" will make a comeback of sorts when veterans of the 24th Infantry Division and Desert Storm gather Feb. 24-28 to commemorate the division's role in the 1991 war to liberate Kuwait.
Bryan County High School senior Markez Bostick said it wasn't easy watching National Signing Day on Feb. 1, knowing he and two of his teammates were also heading to the next level.
Richmond Hill High School wrestling coach Rob Parker coached five individual state champions in Alabama.
A $100 million bond issue for new schools and the renewal of the penny sales tax for education, ESPLOST, will be up for voters to decide in March.
The Atlanta Falcons are in the Super Bowl. Just let those eight words sink in for a minute.
What with all the traffic fun in Richmond Hill anymore, it's good the Bryan County Commission is again considering impact fees on residential development.
If you're planning to attend Saturday's Easter Extravaganza at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill, the man whose church started it all ...
When Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal asked voters to pass a constitutional amendment creating an Opportunity School District in November, education groups such as the Georgia ...
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