Portions of Ogeechee Technical College's oldest building will soon get a new look.
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Statistics released last week identify Statesboro as a fast-growing city, and part of one of the most rapidly expanding regions of the country.
A Statesboro man was arrested Thursday afternoon after leading police on a nearly 20-minute chase through parts of rural Bulloch County.
The eagle has landed at William James Middle School.
Plans to add a new pedestrian path downtown have come to fruition at Statesboro's Luetta Moore Park.
Southeast Bulloch High School Principal Trey Robertson, a fixture in the Bulloch County school system, is stepping down from his position to pursue an opportunity in Bryan County.
The impromptu dismissal of a teacher led to commotion at a Statesboro school Friday.
Work is under way at the crossroads of College and West Main Streets, in downtown Statesboro, to improve a narrow intersection.
A shelter planned to assist Bulloch County's homeless is one step closer to construction.
Man's best friend is earning the title this week on the campus of Georgia Southern University.
Engineering personnel for the City of Statesboro want to ensure that a little bit of rain, or even a lot of it, never hurts anyone.
Three days after she was named the 2014 Georgia Teacher of the Year, Bulloch County's Jemelleh Coes was happy to discuss the honor Monday at Langston Chapel Middle School.