Ann Akins Glisson
ATLANTA - As Gov. Nathan Deal touted progress in improving Georgia highways, House Speaker David Ralston said Tuesday he wants to take a serious look at a statewide plan to invest tax dollars in mass transit.
The first African-American to graduate from Georgia Southern with a Fine Arts degree will bring his national portrait exhibit – "The Soul Within: Figuration by Abner Cope" – to the Averitt Center for the Arts in Statesboro from Friday through Feb. 25.
LeRoy E. Durrance
Farmers in Bulloch and Candler counties who lost orchard trees, suffered damaged fences or equipment due to downed trees and wind or experienced debris cleanup costs following Hurricane Matthew may be eligible for assistance through the Emergency Conservation Program offered by the Bulloch-Candler County Farm Service Agency Office.
WASHINGTON - With steamy nights, sticky days and torrential downpours, last year went down as one of the warmest and wildest weather years on record in the United States.
Renasant Bank just announced the appointment of community leader Carolyn Ethridge as Statesboro market president.
Never again will you wake up at 2 a.m. disappointed there are no warm cookies at your house. Insomnia Cookies can take care of your late night or anytime cooking cravings.
Note: The following is one of a series of columns looking at the first road systems in Georgia and Bulloch County.
Patience is one of those godly virtues to which the adage, "Easier said than done," can be applied. I guess that's true of all of them. But patience seems to be right up there with the most difficult. Yet, if we're to follow in Jesus' footsteps, we must be continually working to increase it in ourselves.
Mary Ann Rogers and Ernest Lester "Trey" Lamberth III were united in marriage at six o'clock in the evening on July 2, 2016. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Dr. William H. Perry at Whitefield Chapel on the campus of historic Bethesda Academy in Savannah, Georgia.
Emily Brooke Cressell of Brooklet and Ross Brandon Waters of Statesboro were united in marriage at 6 o'clock in the evening on Sept. 24, 2016, at First Baptist Church of Statesboro. Dr. John Waters officiated the ceremony.
After the last decoration has been taken down, after the Fitz & Floyd platters have been carefully shoved into the way-back of the china cabinet, after the programs and pageants and parties have been reduced to cleverly captioned images on Instagram, what is left are the sounds. The real sounds.
One of the biggest problems among today's parents - especially mothers - concerns their tendency to think in psychological terms about their children's behavior problems. Mothers are more prone to this intellectual wandering than fathers not because of some gender-related characteristic but simply because mothers are the primary consumers of parenting material.
John Earl Averett
Man of the Decade