Legislation that tightened requirements for Georgia's HOPE Grant was overturned last week after receiving criticism for its negative effect on students and technical colleges throughout the state.
The normally calm Statesboro Regional Library was abuzz with activity Tuesday, as library staff conducted day 2 of an annual program encouraging children to read.
A Bulloch County volunteer group is raising money to prepare youngsters for a lifetime of reading success.
The Statesboro High School Ducks Unlimited chapter provided local sportsmen with an assortment of hunting, fishing and outdoor merchandise Wednesday and supported wetland conservation in a big way.
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A Statesboro High School teacher already celebrated among students and peers was presented with national distinction Wednesday.
A pair of local filmmakers hope to unravel truth from fiction regarding a fabled Statesboro building.
Statesboro City Council will convene for a special called meeting Wednesday to finalize an agreement regarding Georgia Southern University's planned shooting and archery complex.
A local student was rewarded Tuesday for his charitable contributions to the community.
Boy Scouts and their supporters were commended Monday for service to the community and dedication to the group's moral ideals.
Statesboro leaders plan to cut spending next year in response to the expected end of the apartment-building boom the city is experiencing.
Students at Georgia Southern University are giving an annual fundraiser a second date in Bulloch County.
The newest historical marker planted in Bulloch County pays homage to one of Statesboro's oldest city-owned cemeteries.
Proud supporters of the Ogeechee Area Hospice gathered Thursday to unveil a project more than two years in the making.
Statesboro City Council voted Tuesday to commit nearly $1 million to a pair of Georgia Southern University projects that representatives believe will benefit the region.