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.
Local car dealer Cleve White has opened Superior Automotive in the former location of Cleve White Nissan on U.S. Highway 301 South.
After this weekend, I think we are just seeing the "tip of the iceberg" as it regards a change in lifestyle in this country. If there was any doubt in my mind that there is a significant trend towards healthier living in the United States, those doubts have been removed.
Georgia House Bill 386, which was passed in 2012, is causing quite a stir among Georgia automobile dealers as well as within the Bulloch County Tax Commissioner's office.
Bulloch Fertilizer Company will celebrate an impressive milestone this week - its 50th year in business. Founded in 1963 by Bill Mikell, John Cobb and Raybon Anderson, Bulloch Fertilizer was created in conjunction with a sister company East Georgia Liquid Feed Service.
Mark Anderson of Joiner-Anderson Funeral Home recently announced that Statesboro native Bland Mathews had become a partner and owner in the business.
The economic impact of tourism in Bulloch County continues to rise as evidenced in the most recent statistics released by the Georgia Department of Economic Development - Tourism Division (GDED).
One of Statesboro's more unusual looking apartment complexes is about to undergo a complete transformation. Located at 15 East Grady Street, adjacent to the McTell Trail, the brown, two-building, 12-unit complex is going to be fully renovated by Hendley Properties.
The Hampton Inn Statesboro is close to completion, and plans are for the hotel to open in March or April. The 90-room hotel is located at 350 Brampton Avenue in the Market District on Fair Road.
Queensborough National Bank and Trust Company recently moved into its new Statesboro headquarters on the corner of South Main and Grady Streets after spending several years in a much smaller location on Zetterower Avenue.
Statesboro resident Lori Durden was appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, representing the 12th Congressional District. Durden will be one of only two women serving on the 18-member board, and will be its youngest member.