Citing growing concern with his health, Statesboro City Councilman Tommy Blitch made the surprise announcement Tuesday that he will relinquish his District 1 council seat.
In educating students this year at Langston Chapel Elementary School, faculty and staff will not go it alone.
Medicare, Social Security, and benefits for veterans - a bit of line dancing, too - were on the agenda Thursday for U.S. Rep. John Barrow when he visited residents at the Bulloch County Senior Center.
Bigger is not always better, but for an ever-growing Georgia Southern University, Dr. Brooks Keel believes it can be.
The Bulloch County Board of Education took the first step to closing a $4 million shortfall in its budget Thursday, adopting a financial plan that saves more than $2 million in the next fiscal year.
After shelving production for six months and furloughing more than 300 employees, Viracon is set to resume operations of its newly refurbished Statesboro manufacturing facility.
The City of Statesboro has jobs to fill after a Tuesday morning City Council meeting resulted in the creation of new staff positions.
Statesboro City Councilmen will talk new jobs and new equipment when they meet Tuesday for the group's first scheduled meeting of August.
It had been little more than two months since Bulloch County schools were last open, but when classes resumed Wednesday, students and teachers did not miss a beat.
After months of campaigning, the race for the Republican nomination for Georgia's 12th Congressional District will continue.
One of the most contentious issues in recent state history, a regional 1-percent sales tax for potential road and transit projects, was rejected by voters throughout Georgia Tuesday.
While the Democratic congressman representing the 12th Congressional District prepares for a November race to retain his seat, the four Republicans vying to oppose him are working hard to make their cases for area voters now.
Two candidates vying to fill the Bulloch County Board of Education District 1 seat claim the necessary drive and experience to lead.
New bike and pedestrian trails, additional lanes for the area's busiest corridors and more paved roads in rural parts of the county will be at stake when Bulloch County voters decide at the polls whether to support a 1-percent sales tax investing in transportation throughout the region.
Every kid's favorite time of year might be the most detrimental to their academic development, according to the National Summer Learning Association.