The government said they could not fly in the United States military. Government studies depicted them as inferior, unintelligent, sub-human. But the Tuskegee Airmen, the United State's first squadron of African-American pilots, proved them wrong. Three Tuskeegee Airmen and the widow of a late Airman spoke Tuesday at the Georgia Southern University Information and Technology Building's auditorium. The presentation, sponsored by the Georgia Southern University's Golden Key Honor Society, was free and open to the public.
A simple traffic stop just after midnight Monday morning turned into a high-speed chase after a man took off just as the deputy got out of his patrol car.
Fire Prevention Week begins today in Georgia and Georgia's Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John Oxendine reminds citizens to play it safe. The theme for the week this year is, "Stay Fire Smart! Don't Get Burned!"
The scene Wednesday at DeLoach-Moore Cemetery, a private family cemetery off Caddie Greene Road in Evans County, could be described in one word: devastation.
Police arrested two more suspects in a recent armed robbery, said Statesboro Police Chief Stan York.
Ogeechee Technical College honored three faculty and staff members Wednesday with an awards reception in the Joe Kennedy Building lobby.
One of the region's most popular fall festival will take place this weekend: Portal's 28th Annual Catface Country Turpentine Festival will kick off Saturday with a parade, and the fun will roll over to Sunday, offering visitors two full days of music, great food, fun and more.
A man police said is responsible for at least three, possibly more burglaries in the downtown Statesboro area is behind bars, said Statesboro Police Chief Stan York.
Two more victims were robbed at gunpoint Saturday, adding to a number of armed robberies Statesboro Police are investigating.
Inspiration can come in many forms, and for artist Roxie Remley, it was music that inspired one of her most recent series of artwork.
Two of four suspects in an armed robbery Wednesday night are behind bars, and police are seeking information on the others, said Statesboro Police Chief Stan York.
After a rash of recent break-ins in downtown Statesboro, business owners are left wondering whether there is anything to be done to prevent business burglaries.
A faulty transformer caused an electrical fire and evacuation at Mattie Lively Elementary School Wednesday morning, but no one was injured and classes resumed as normal after about an hour.
Face masks, waiting lists for vaccines, and crowded waiting rooms - and it's not even "flu" season yet. What will happen when the current H1N1 flu epidemic meets "normal" flu season?
Georgia Sen. Jack Hill was honored Monday by a "presidential citation" from Dr. Todd Gross, president of the Georgia Historical Society. The presentation was made during a meeting of the Bulloch County Historical Society, which considers Hill one of their own.
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 ...