Since opening in 2008, the Statesboro Flea Market has managed to hold its own despite setbacks and roving competition. Owner Jerry Jennings said he is committed to his flea market, but concerned that a number of vendors are setting up around town in empty lots.
Since becoming the president of the Statesboro-Bulloch Chamber of Commerce in January 2011, Phyllis Thompson has honed the mission of the Chamber to meet the needs of local businesses in a struggling economy.
In 1963, Joe Johnston founded the Johnston Insurance and Real Estate Company in downtown Statesboro.
Licensed contractors around the state are concerned that work continues to be done by unlicensed builders with little to nothing that is being done about it.
Crowds packed Fuzzy's Taco Shop for its opening day Monday on the site that used to hold Sonny's BBQ on Veterans Memorial Parkway.
I think we are very blessed to have the number of weekend outdoor activities that we have in this community.
Local cancer patients experiencing serious side effects from radiation therapy have a place they can go for treatment: the Comprehensive Wound Healing Center at East Georgia Regional Medical Center.
If there is one piece of property in this community that generates more public interest than the combined 13.5-acre tract(s) at the northwest corner of the Bypass and U.S. Highway 301 South, then I'm not aware of it.
I had what I would almost couch as an out-of-body experience this past week. Last Friday, I attended a seminar in Macon.
Student and multifamily housing developments are hot, both in Statesboro and across the nation.
Ogeechee Technical College raised $304,571 during this year's iGot campaign, just short of last year's record-setting total.
It has been 20 years since Robbie Franklin renovated his Chevrolet dealership on Northside Drive, and you can tell by the gleam in his eye that he is very proud of the dealership's new look.
For the past three years, the Statesboro Herald has asked the public to help us identify 20 Bulloch County residents under the age of 40 that are making a mark with professional success and community involvement.
With Ogeechee Technical College's annual fundraising campaign just a week away, OTC president Dr. Dawn Cartee is positioning the college to meet workforce demands for the next several years and beyond while keeping a watchful eye on the current needs of her students.
I don't think it is a secret that I am a golf fanatic. I love to play golf and to watch those infinitely more talented than I make it look easy. For those that even remotely share my passion, March 15-18 is for you.
One of the great joys that I have experienced over the last 10 years in writing this column is to watch businesses grow, thrive, and adapt to the demands of our local economy.
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