Inconvenience will be a less valid excuse for people not voting in the 2012 Presidential Preference Primary once polling locations around the state open doors this weekend for Saturday voting.
With veterans of four wars looking on, President Brooks Keel and Georgia Southern University staff christened Wednesday a new center dedicated to serving the men and women who have pledged to protect their country.
If walls could talk, those adorned with decades-old Statesboro memorabilia at Snooky's Restaurant would have plenty to tell.
Going green and working to protect the environment does not necessarily call for a new hybrid vehicle or expensive solar-panel-covered home. Saving the world doesn't have to result in a sacrificed bank account.
Statesboro will become greener this weekend when festivities kick-off for 2012 Arbor Day celebrations.
A timely grant from the Bulloch County Historical Society will lead to major restoration of a more-than-century-old Statesboro home, preserving the landmark for generations to come.
People attending a 14th annual Georgia Day program hosted by the Archibald Bulloch Chapter of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Thursday, were given extra cause for celebration.
Success in its classrooms has led to statewide recognition for one Statesboro school.