The Pembroke Police Department celebrated the opening of a new substation Tuesday at Miller Village.
Richmond Hill Exchange Club President Laura Evans said driving past a traffic stop on her way to work Wednesday morning reminded her of why the club has been honoring the county's top public safety officers since 1990.
From Pembroke Police Department, Richmond Hill Police Department and Bryan County Sheriff's Department reports:
More than 500 Bryan County High School students attended 2015 Career Day on Tuesday at the school. Among the subjects were nursing, law enforcement, paramedics, various branches of the military and journalism.
Bryan County High School sophomore LeAnna Williams helps Bryan County News reporter Jeff Whitten get the camera ready prior to 2015 Career Day.
Thomas Darieng, the last living member of the first Richmond Hill City council and one of the city's founding fathers, died Thursday at Hospice House of Savannah.
Richmond Hill City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to let voters decide whether they want Sunday package sales of alcohol in the city limits.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will hold a public meeting Tuesday on proposed offshore drilling along the Georgia coast.
Controversial legislation that could change the way Georgia funds its transportation infrastructure has undergone another change – this one less damaging to local government coffers, officials say.
Members of Richmond Hill city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to let voters decide if they want Sunday package sales of alcohol in the city limits.
From Richmond Hill Police Department and Bryan County Sheriff's Department reports.
Area award-winning news anchor Sonny Dixon confirmed will act as emcee and auctioneer Saturday, March 21, at the Bark Park fundraiser "Bryan's Bash - Dinner & Drinks," at the Richmond Hill City Center.
The Richmond Hill Garden Club recently celebrated Georgia Arbor Day with a memorial service honoring long-time club member Barry McElveen, who died last September. The club dedicated a Savannah Holly tree to McElveen and placed a plaque in front of it. McElveen, a local businessman, also was active in club projects including the fall Pumpkin Patch fundraiser and placing the bluebird houses in Henderson park.
Chris Goodrich, the exalted ruler of Elks Lodge 183 in Savannah, presents a box of warm coats and a check to Maj. Phil Swyers of the Salvation Army. Future Exalted Ruler Al Deutsch assisted with the presentation.
Bryan County High School football coach and athletic director Mark Wilson is leaving the school.
The recently formed Savannah Harbor-Interstate 16 Joint Corridor Development Authority has filed an application with the U.S. Army Corps of
Bryan County Finance Director John Grotheer had some good news and some not-so-good news for county commissioners at a recent meeting in Richmond Hill.
The Bryan County Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to make Bryan County Schools an Investing in Educational Excellence (IE2) school district.
A former Bryan County High School teacher and coach was arrested today for sexual exploitation of children, according to the Effingham County Sheriff's Department.
The proposed Palmetto Pipeline Project's underground footprint in Bryan County is getting a little bit bigger, members of the Development Authority learned Wednesday morning during a presentation by representatives of Kinder Morgan.
Kinder Morgan's Palmetto Pipeline Project has generated a great deal of controversy in a relatively short time. It is opposed by some environmental groups and property owners in Georgia, who say it is environmentally unsound and sets a dangerous precedent given the company's request to the Georgia Department of Transportation for the ability to use eminent domain.
Allen Fore, Kinder Morgan's vice president of public affairs, was the first to speak at Tuesday's public hearing at the Richmond Hill City Center regarding the company's proposed Palmetto Pipeline Project.
An estimated 200 people attended a public meeting on a proposed pipeline at the Richmond Hill city center Tuesday to hear information and voice their opinions. Vice President of Public Affairs Allen Fore from Kinder Morgan, the company proposing the pipeline, gave a 10-minute speech about its proposal and the reasoning behind placing a pipeline along the coast of Georgia, including Bryan, Liberty and Long counties.
From Bryan County Sheriff's Department and Richmond Hill Police Department incident reports.
Kinder Morgan, the company behind the proposed Palmetto Pipeline project, is scheduled to give a presentation Wednesday morning to members of the Development Authority of Bryan County, according to a proposed agenda sent out Monday afternoon by the DABC.
Armstrong State University President Dr. Linda Bleicken spoke about the importance of partnerships at Monday's breakfast to kick off Georgia Cities Week. The event at the Richmond Hill City Center was hosted by the city, which co-sponsored the breakfast with the Richmond Hill Bryan County Chamber of Commerce. Roughly 40 people attended the hour-long breakfast, which included an update on city projects from Mayor Harold Fowler. Others attending included Pembroke Mayor Mary Warnell, Bryan County Commission Chairman Jimmy Burnsed, Development Authority of Bryan County Chairman Derrick Smith and Richmond Hill Bryan County Chamber Executive Director Brianne Yontz.
Bryan County may have to pick up the financial slack for South Bryan children who need the federally funded summer-lunch program because of guidelines that limit where those children can be fed.
The company hoping to build a pipeline through coastal Georgia needs to make sure it does everything it can to protect the environment if the project is approved, First District Congressman Buddy Carter said during a Friday morning stop in Richmond Hill.
With $1.25 million in Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax money allocated this year toward a new library in South Bryan, officials say plans to replace the Richmond Hill Library with one more than twice its size could be closer to fruition now than ever before.
Opponents of a proposed petroleum pipeline are lining up in advance of a public hearing set for 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Richmond Hill City Center.