“What an awesome job ya’ll did [with THE Community Concierge]. That is, without a doubt, the finest introduction to Richmond Hill that has ever been published. Really top quality!”

-Mark Bolton, Coastal Electric Cooperative | July 14, 2017


“This image was recently published as a two page spread, in a new publication, created by a timeless and trusted magazine, Richmond Hill Reflections. The new book is called The Community Concierge. It is beautiful, minimal, aesthetically pleasing but yet packs a punch on how to live, play and stay in this beautiful city Richmond Hill I happen to call home. I HIGHLY suggest getting a copy if you call the Hill home! It is not only a great resource, but also a beautiful addition to your coffee table!”

-Michelle Morris | July 11, 2017


“If you haven’t seen the April Reflections magazine yet, Mary Henderson wrote an amazing article about Tank and his “Return” to us. We are so blessed by the love our dogs have shown us. Please consider fostering or adopting. You will change their life and they will change YOURS!”

-Melissa Jones Everett | April 16, 2017


I just wanted to thank you so much for the article and opportunity you’ve given me and Jenn! We truly had a blast with both the interview and the photoshoot. Thank you so much again, the article and magazine overall looks amazing!!

-Makenzie Ross | September 21, 2016


“I am writing about your recent article “Leaders Who Ignite Learning”.  Chief Howell’s goals of increasing BCES officer’s participation in the community and education is being met in a novel and life changing way.  When Richmond Hill High School started their Emergency Medical Responder pathway, Chief Howell contacted his officers and they immediately offered to help with this new program.  Captain/Fire Marshal Jason Blalock and Paramedic Firefighter David McAuley answered that call and began working with Richmond Hill High School’s Emergency Medical Responder class.  These men have brought their expertise, passion and caring to our students – at no charge to the school.  This past weekend, Captain Blalock organized a disaster drill for the students to help them prepare for their upcoming national certification test.  Richmond Hill High School is one of a few high schools offering this training – and the partnership with BCES has been invaluable.  Thank you for your article highlighting the contributions of BCES.  They deserve our collective thanks for all they provide to our community.  Our students represent the future in health care – a future made all the more successful with the outstanding instruction they are receiving.”

-Mary Jo Fina | March 22, 2015


“I just want to say thank your for the wonderful story Service….It’s in her blood about my Aunt Sarah Robinson. She has always been an amazing woman who loved everyone and who was loved by all.”

-Judy Settles | November 1, 2014


“We found Donna from Ogeechee Pet Sitters through her ad in the Richmond Hill Reflections Magazine when we moved to Richmond Hill recently.  When she came out to meet our dogs, they absolutely loved her and so did we.  She has a natural way with animals that is very calming and is accepted quickly by them.  Our dogs are a big part of our lives, so finding someone like Donna to care for them has been a great blessing!”

-Doug and Vonnie Schoonover | October 20, 2014 


“As far as the article – I couldn’t be more pleased.  I’ve already had teen kids volunteering for SNAP because of the article, and very much look forward to the next topic you’d like me to address.  What a great partnership!!!”

-Dr. Keith Seibert, SouthCoast Health Pediatrics | March 2, 2014


“THANK YOU so very much for the wonderful cover and article in this quarters Richmond Hill Reflections Magazine…it was awesome and very SPECIAL! I truly appreciate all of the time and work which you and your team put into this magazine. Please call and let me know if you have some extra copies. I would love to share with my family and friends who are not in the area!”

-Debi Fox | July 19, 2013


“I received a phone call from Dave Williams with WJCL to come and do a story on our 15th annual Food Drive.  I asked him how he found out about the event?  He said he follows the Richmond Hill LIVE feed on twitter!  He is going to do a follow up story when we present our donations to THE WAY Station.”

-Delene Broeckling, Richmond Hill Curves | March 18, 2013


“One of the reasons why Richmond Hill LIVE works so well is because is a one stop resource for businesses and people who live in the community who are looking to find information of what is going on in the community.”

-Brianne Yontz, Chamber of Commerce


“LIVE a great opportunity for any local business to showcase their business. They do a fantastic job… I do not know of any other community where you can go to a website and see all local businesses and learn about the business and the people who run it.”

-Butch Broome, Fish Tales


“Richmond Hill LIVE gives an opportunity for the community to look at themselves by seeing news of their neighbors, friends, and their families.”

-John Reynolds, RPI