Editor's Note: This is the first in a series profiling the four candidates for the Statesboro City Council District 1 special election.
Each of the men vying to become the next District 1 representative on the Statesboro City Council has committed to a candidate forum later this month.
The idea that a proposed constitutional amendment giving the state power to create charter schools would siphon money away from struggling public school districts, promote private institutions and disperse funds to schools with low academic standards is touted often by the measure's opponents.
A public hearing turned into a heated debate Tuesday in an evening meeting of the Statesboro City Council.
An iconic downtown monument is finally getting a fresh look.
Rain threatened - but never dampened - a festive atmosphere downtown, where hundreds gathered Monday to kick off a week of fun with the 51st Annual Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade.
Colleges throughout the state are being confronted this fall with an issue they haven't faced in several years.
Joining an intensifying debate around the state, the Bulloch County Board of Education publicly declared its opposition to the controversial constitutional amendment concerning charter schools.
State Sen. Jack Hill marked the 20th anniversary of prekindergarten programs in the Georgia on Friday with a trip to Langston Chapel Elementary School to read to Bulloch County students.
Georgia shoppers will have an opportunity to save a little money now to save much more down the road.
For nearly a decade of service as the representative for Statesboro's District 1, City Councilman Tommy Blitch was celebrated Tuesday by friends, family and colleagues.
Residents who want their opinion to count come Election Day have one more week to register to vote for the Nov. 6 general and special city elections.
A journey spanning thousands of miles began with a bit of fanfare Monday.
Four men will vie to become the next representative on Statesboro City Council, filling a seat left open by District 1 Councilman Tommy Blitch, who resigned in August.
A decision by Statesboro City Council to hold a special meeting Thursday helped a pair of businesses planning to open soon.