Mr. and Mrs. James Sparks of Aiken, S.C., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Brett Sparks, to Christopher Blane Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Daniel of Amarillo, Texas.
Joy and Floyd Waters of Statesboro are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Leigh Anne Waters, to Dylan Stiles Bailey, son of Debbie and Gayle Bailey of Statesboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Miller of Statesboro announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Paige Miller of Statesboro, to Jarrod Malcolm Lee of Nevils, son of Mr. Rodney Lee and Mrs. Sandra Blake.
Robin Malissa "Missy" Mensching of Sylvania and Troy Rahn Hutcheson Jr. of Statesboro announce their engagement and plans for their upcoming wedding.
TRENTON, N.J. - They've bickered over whether she knew he was gay, whose tell-all book would sell better, whether a poster of a nude man hanging over his new lover's bed had to come down before she'd allow their 6-year-old to visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Edward Reddick Jr. of Sylvania are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jenny Leigh Reddick, to Justin Jasper Janney, son of Elizabeth Ryan Janney of Sylvania and Robin Scott Janney of Wisconsin.
DEAR DR. GOTT: I have been reading your column for years and have been helped with numerous problems. I just love your down-home common-sense approach to medicine that is woefully lacking in modern society.
LOS ANGELES - Hundreds of police officers from around the country joined mourners Friday at a huge church to remember a man so dependable on the job he was nicknamed ''The Rock'' - the city's first SWAT team member ever killed in the line of duty.
When the Bulloch County Commissioners were finally named by the Georgia Legislature, the list of men responsible for "fixing a proper place to erect a Court House and a jail" were Drury Jones, John Mikell, and Israel Bird. While Statesboro was not a den of thieves, it did have its moments when the law was desperately needed.
GRATON, Calif. - The most desperate men park themselves on corners well before dawn, hoping for first dibs on jobs.
The Georgia Southern women's basketball team is looking to extend its win streak to five games on the road as it faces College of Charleston, Saturday, Feb. 16. Tip-off is slated for 2 p.m. at John Kresse Arena in Charleston, S.C.
Jimmy Costley of Portal and Lynn Costley of Statesboro announce the engagement of their daughter, Nichole Costley Lanier of Statesboro, to Chris Randall Deal, son of Randy and Debbie Deal of Statesboro.
A month into the New Year and the middle of tax season is an appropriate time to evaluate our home office spaces to make tax preparation and bill paying as pleasant as possible. The first step in planning a home office is to determine what we need in an office space and study the space we have available for a home office set up.
MIAMI - Every day, American Airlines Flight 914 takes off from Bogota, Colombia, at 8:20 a.m. and touches down at the Miami airport at noon. In the jet's cargo hold are usually bags and bags of euros that investigators say are part of a huge $1.4 billion cocaine money-laundering scheme.
CANTON, Ohio - A former police officer who tearfully told jurors he accidentally killed his pregnant lover was convicted Friday of murdering her and their unborn child.
Andrea Maechtle feels like she received a second chance at life with her double-lung transplant surgery, performed March 17, and she believes the Statesboro community played a huge role in her miracle.
Many older people silently harbor a blood "pre-cancer" - a gene mutation acquired during their lifetime that could start them on the path to leukemia, lymphoma or other blood disease, scientists have discovered. It opens a new frontier on early detection and possibly someday preventing these cancers, which become more common with age.
VIENNA - OPEC oil ministers decided Thursday to keep their production target at 30 million barrels a day, despite an oversupply of crude and plunging prices.
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The Statesboro High girls got their Thanksgiving celebration off to an early start, feasting on Southeast Bulloch to claim a 65-18 victory Wednesday afternoon at the Devil's Den.
Much was made about the dominance of graduated Bulloch Academy wrestler Mitchell Ball and his three individual state championships.
The two friends' mornings intersected by chance in the parking lot of the Canfield Green apartment complex. Dorian Johnson had been up since 7 a.m. on this overcast August Saturday and after getting dressed, he was ready for a smoke - on any other morning a carefree ritual for easing into his day's routine in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
ATLANTA - More than 1.3 million Georgians are expected to travel on state highways and use the world's busiest airport through Sunday for Thanksgiving, and officials say they're prepared for the rush with extra staff to monitor roads and help people move through security lines.
Your normal life is already busy so it's no wonder when you add in extra demands for the end-of-year holidays, stress levels skyrocket.
More than 350 religious leaders, scholars and thinkers gathered at the Vatican in November for an interfaith conference emphasizing the importance of families to global societies.
I sit down in my parenting course, pick up the book and thumb through it. A section titled "The Declaration of Imperfection" catches my attention. As I begin to read, tears stream down my checks and a flood of relief washes over me - "Damara, it's okay to be imperfect."
What we focus our thoughts on, we become. That can either work for us or against us. Sometimes it's not the reality of a situation that gets us into trouble, but what we think the reality of the situation is. And there's often a difference. What are seven commonly held beliefs that can get us into trouble?
ATHENS - There's no need for any extra motivation when Georgia faces Georgia Tech.
Any mention of golf during the week of Thanksgiving used to be about the Skins Game.
MINEOLA, N.Y. - Thanksgiving travelers scrambled to change their plans and beat a storm expected to bring snow, slush and rain to the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor Wednesday on one of the busiest, most stressful days of the year.