A popular songwriter once said that life "isn't about what you take when you leave the world behind, but what you leave behind you when you go."
In the aftermath of last year's tragic school shooting in Newtown, Conn. - a rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary that left 26 people dead, 20 of them schoolchildren ages 6 and 7 - people from around the country lent time and effort to aid the shaken community.
A man whose mark on Statesboro and Bulloch County is indelible was honored Thursday for a lifetime of contributions to the local arts community.
For a 40th time in the 100-plus year history of Georgia Southern University, community volunteers canvassed Bulloch County to raise money for an annual "A Day for Southern" fundraising campaign.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announced Wednesday a project to improve safety at a busy Bulloch County crossroads.
Fields were officially set in races to represent the city of Statesboro, when the qualifying period for elections ended Friday at City Hall.
A second contender emerged Wednesday in the race to represent District 1 on Statesboro City Council.
Drivers fearing they are being watched by cameras at the recently renovated intersection of West Main and College streets needn't worry, according to engineers for the city of Statesboro.
State and local dignitaries, students and staff gathered Tuesday on the campus of Georgia Southern University for what President Brooks Keel declared a "truly historic day."
A pair of incumbent city councilmen and a mayoral hopeful became the first to signal their intent to seek office this year, when the week-long qualifying period for November elections began Monday.
Bulloch County 911 is planning a major overhaul of addresses along Northside Drive as a way to make emergency response efforts more efficient.
Statesboro City Council denied rezoning applications that would have cleared the way for a Parker's gas station and convenience store on Fair Road.
Servicemen and women looking to begin a new chapter in their lives were provided an opportunity Tuesday at Georgia Southern University.
A month-long zoning debate regarding a Parker's convenience store on Fair Road, will reach its conclusion Tuesday at City Hall.
More than $600,000 worth of infrastructural improvements is on the horizon for a downtown neighborhood, thanks to government money awarded to the city.