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.
If Bulloch County could overcome the Great Depression and show marked progress under Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal, then maybe there is hope that things will improve following the current recession.
Time is running out to apply for participation in the 2009 Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade, which will march through downtown Statesboro Monday, Oct. 12, beginning at 5 p.m.
Who says wishes don't come true? An organization that focuses on making dreams become reality for children with terminal illness makes sure wishes are granted, but the Make-A-Wish Foundation needs help in raising the funds to pay for those wishes.
Statesboro Police are seeking a third suspect in a "strong-arm" robbery that took place Tuesday at Butler Homes. Officers arrested a woman and one of her sons in connection with the robbery and attack and have issued warrants for another of her sons.
For the 36th year in a row, Statesboro and Bulloch County opened up pockets and poured forth an impressive sum of money for A Day for Southern.
Calls Saturday night and early Sunday morning had Bulloch County Sheriff's deputies, as well as Georgia State Patrol troopers and the Reidsville State Prison K-9 unit out around the Reedy Branch Road area near Nevils, seeking a burglary suspect, said Sheriff Lynn Anderson.
Lieutenant Col. Steve Russell, Ret., held his audience captive Thursday as he spoke about his U.S. Army unit's determined hunt for Saddam Hussein.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice delivered a strong message Tuesday night as she spoke to several thousand people in Georgia Southern University's Hanner Fieldhouse: have integrity, have confidence, and get an education if you want to be a leader.
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Bulloch County School Superintendent Dr. Lewis Holloway said Friday students will not view President Obama's speech about staying in school Tuesday, but some may view a recording of the speech at a later date.
On September 9, 2004, the Averitt Center for the Arts opened to the public. In a letter to the public that appeared in the Statesboro Herald, the center's executive director Tim Chapman wrote: "My hope is that you will make the Averitt Center for the Arts a part of your life ... The center is coming to improve your quality of life. That is our goal." After five years of hundreds of plays, musicals, dramas, concerts, art exhibits, dance recitals, movies, camps, classes, beauty shows, weddings and even a film festival, it's easy to say the Averitt Center has ...
In a surprising move just minutes from deadline, Statesboro mayoral candidate Dewaye Grice withdrew from the race, handing the mayor's seat over to Statesboro City Councilman Joe Brannen, who had qualified just 15 minutes earlier.
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