Both Steve Hein and Priscilla Clifton have experience in education. Both are well-known in their communities, and both hope voters show up at the polls Tuesday to elect them to the Bulloch County Board of Education District 4 seat, vacated by current BOE member Kenny Stone this December.
With big blue eyes and a cute smile, one would not know by looking that seven-month-old baby Irelynn Rose has a critical disease.
Want to get spooked? For Halloween fun, there's no shortage in Statesboro and Bulloch County. Tonight through Sunday, opportunities abound in which to "get your fright on."
As the finish line approaches, Bulloch County Board of Education District 2 candidates Susan Sneathen and Mike Sparks are each going all out to persuade voters to elect them to the position.
An exercise promoting teenage responsibility Tuesday at Portal Middle/High School made it clear how easily fun can turn tragic after law enforcement officers broke up a "party."
Bulloch County Sheriff Lynn Anderson said a woman who made rude remarks to another two women about their family ended up behind bars after she stabbed them after church.
Black clouds, pouring rain, wind and some hail had Bulloch County public safety officers on alert Monday afternoon, but the only damage reported was a few trees down.
Interim Statesboro City Manager Frank Parker responded Friday to members of the Bulloch County TEA Party by addressing some of the questions group members asked Tuesday during a Statesboro City Council meeting.
A citizen recognized a horseback rider on Veteran's Memorial Parkway Wednesday as being a wanted person, and a quick call to police landed the rider in jail.
During 'fair week," one can always find Statesboro Kiwanis Club member Don Whaley in the club's pancake house.
Members of the Bulloch County TEA Party didn't get the specific answers they wanted Tuesday during the Statesboro City Council meeting, but Councilman Travis Chance did address their questions.
Going to the fair is special for most people, but to someone who rarely gets out of their home, is physically or mentally unable to handle large crowds, and doesn't have many social opportunities, going to the fair is an amazing experience.
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Nestled amid the noise, the lights, the food booths and other attractions of the Statesboro Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair is a quiet log house.
Monday's Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair parade was a polar opposite of last year: instead of rain and no parade, people strutted their stuff in what could not have been more perfect weather.
Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement incident reports and arrest records, which are public records and available for review ...