More than a dozen barking guests are making waves in Statesboro this weekend - a lot of them, in fact.
The staff at Statesboro High School is hoping to showcase more than a century's worth of history within the halls of its building, but will need some help from the men and women who have donned the blue and white.
You do not have to be a chicken-wing-connoisseur to appreciate a popular fundraising effort scheduled this week at Georgia Southern University.
Students at a pair of area high schools were given a sobering reminder Friday of the extreme dangers associated with driving under the influence.
Statesboro City Manager Frank Parker announced Wednesday the city's interest in purchasing a recently emptied bank building to serve as a site for a new courtroom and select court offices.
The Georgia Department of Education identified a pair of Bulloch County schools on a list released Tuesday of 156 schools that need to address graduation rates and gaps in achievement between groups of students.
To accommodate councilmen's schedules and assure the attendance of a voting quorum, Statesboro City Council will wait one extra day this week before hosting a second scheduled meeting in March.
What is the asking price to share a romantic moment between man and swine?
For Jon Faddis, a then-budding, wide-eyed trumpeter, his watershed moment occurred when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presented itself on a Dallas stage in 1968.
Less than one year removed from garnering approval by the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents to offer degrees in civil, electrical and mechanical engineering at Georgia Southern University, school staff announced Friday a major shake-up to the college's internal structure.
The Statesboro Fire Department will soon place more boots on the ground to bolster its ability for countering disasters in and around the city.
For a 45th time, the regional spotlight will shine directly on the City of Claxton as thousands flock to the annual Claxton Rattlesnake and Wildlife Festival, formerly the Rattlesnake Roundup, for two days of activities beginning this weekend.
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A new strategy for helping teachers stay on top of their game will soon be implemented by area high schools.
A driving force in Statesboro realty for more than 40 years was announced Monday the 2012 Citizen of the Year by the Rotary Club of Statesboro and the Rotary Club of Downtown Statesboro.