To make him and his staff more accessible for area voters, U.S. Rep. John Barrow announced Friday the opening of a new office in downtown Statesboro.
A trio of young vandals were arrested Thursday after confessing guilt in the destruction and desecration of a nearly 200-year-old cemetery near Metter that includes the burial plots of Confederate veterans, police said.
Fewer than two years after opening its doors to the Bulloch County community, the Hearts and Hands Clinic is moving into a new location to expand services and better support an ever-growing patient-base.
Expect more homes and, possibly, businesses south of the Statesboro city limits in the next few years.
Statesboro City Council will meet today for the second and final scheduled meeting in May.
As she slowly, confidently stretches tight a chord on her competition-style recurve bow - which seems more an extension of her body than inanimate object - and stands poised to fire, it is difficult to know for sure the thoughts that pass through Linda Stephens' mind.
Legislation recently signed by Gov. Nathan Deal could be cause for major changes in the way education funds are dispersed to Bulloch County public schools.
Hundreds of Bulloch County students were offered a break from class Thursday, and the opportunity to dive into a good book.
When Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law the 2013 state budget Monday, he committed major funding to support Georgia Southern University.
Georgia Southern University staff and students gathered Friday at the college's Botanical Garden to unveil a new garden they say holds the promise of a more sustainable future.
Plenty of Statesboro talent will be on display for tonight's F1RST Friday event downtown.
The Bulloch County public school system has been named a nationwide leader in implementing technology to service students, parents and teachers, by a recently released national survey.
Statesboro City Council approved a measure Tuesday that will extend water and sewer services to undeveloped tracts of land along Ga. Highway 67 and Cawana Road.
Administrators at Georgia Southern University will soon begin to search for a new dean for the College of Science and Mathematics, after announcing Monday that a prominent Eagle will fly west.
Statesboro City Council will hold its first regular meeting of May on Tuesday.