In the wacky world of recruiting, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh sleeping over at a prospect's house somehow makes perfect sense.
ATHENS, Ga. - Trick-shot specialist J.J. Frazier scored all of his 13 points in the second half and then joined his teammates in the postgame challenge of ranking his three 3-pointers.
Mrs. Lois Yvonne Creel Burke
DES MOINES, Iowa - Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, a fiery conservative loathed by his own party's leaders, swept to victory in Iowa's Republican caucuses Monday, overcoming billionaire Donald Trump and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. Among Democrats, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were deadlocked in a tight race.
GENEVA - The World Health Organization declared a global emergency over the explosive spread of the Zika virus, which has been linked to birth defects in the Americas, calling it an "extraordinary event" that poses a public health threat to other parts of the world.
A man who ran a stop sign Saturday on Old River Road said his clutch failed, sending him crashing into another vehicle, according to Georgia State Patrol reports.
The Statesboro Police Department is seeking information about an armed robbery at a local convenience store.
The Statesboro Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department depends on more than 600 volunteers each year in sports activities, recreational programs, and in the afterschool program.
Mergers and acquisitions are key words today in the insurance industry. Many changes were brought on because of health care reform and other key indices in the industry requiring rapid growth and efficiencies to stay competitive.
Mrs. Linda Bacon Adams
The Bulloch Regional Student Technology Fair was held last Saturday, Jan. 23, at Julia P. Bryant Elementary School. Hosted annually by Bulloch County Schools, the RSTF is one of 16 preliminary technology fairs in the state that qualifies first-place winners to compete in the Georgia Student Technology Fair, to be held at Middle Georgia College & State University in Macon on March 5.
The Bulloch County Historical Society is in the process of gathering factual information to be published in a book about the 1904 Hodges family murders and the lynching of Paul Reed and Will Cato, two of the most horrible episodes in Bulloch history.
Every Friday afternoon at 4, kids and adults of all ages gather at the Statesboro Library for one purpose: to do a good deed. The event is called "52 Weeks of Giving" and has been making a positive impact on the community since its inception in last November.
Well, it looks like winter has finally arrived in southeast Georgia. I was beginning to worry that the global warming folks could be right. (Now, no letters, please!)
Nestled among the oak trees of what was once the Gesmon Neville Family Farm, The Lodge at Bethany, an extension of the long-standing history of ...
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