Shelby Lynn Bridges' hard work has paid off in a big way.
A Statesboro orthodontist and his staff hope to make a difference in the lives of young people by giving them a reason to smile.
A statewide tour to promote economic development led Gov. Nathan Deal to the campus of Georgia Southern University on Tuesday, where he signed into law a bill with significant ramifications for the university and the region.
Impassioned thought on both sides of an issue led to the contentious decision Tuesday to grant an alcohol license to a restaurant located less than two hundred yards from the campus of Georgia Southern University.
A group of young men who comprise Statesboro's Boy Scouts of America Troop 342 were reminded Monday about the importance of their ideals by perhaps Bulloch County's most famous scout.
Adding a traffic light will top the agenda when the Statesboro City Council's meets in City Hall for its second, and last, scheduled meeting in April.
Statesboro city leaders made clear Friday their intent to improve traffic and pedestrian safety in the upcoming fiscal year.
If Bulloch County students are as excited after taking an annual standardized test as they are while gearing up for it, local schools should receive scores to be proud of.
Many landmarks have long disappeared in the face of growth and renovation from East Main Street in downtown Statesboro - but after more than four decades, one flashy highlight is all set to return.
A healthcare initiative being undertaken by a pair of regional institutions has received a major boost, and will soon offer potentially life-saving services to people throughout the area.
The Downtown Statesboro Development Authority (DSDA) will kick off Easter Weekend and the entire month of April by making a little noise downtown Friday evening.
Statesboro City Council approved Tuesday a plan to make election days more convenient for area voters.