The first day of school isn't until Wednesday, but thousands of parents and children went to schools throughout Bulloch County on Monday.
Charles Wilson stood next to his son and daughter in the courtroom at the Bulloch County Courthouse.
As Georgia Southern University grows, leadership has to make key decisions - sometimes quickly to capitalize on an opportunity.
Editor's Note: A chart accompanying this article has been revised to reflect the following correction, which appears in Sunday's print edition: Because of a reporter's error, Georgia Southern University's six-year graduation rates were incorrect in a chart accompanying a front-page article in Saturday's edition. The correct graduation rates are 45 percent in 2007 and 45 percent in 2010. A revised chart reflecting the correct information appears with the second article in the two-part series in today's edition. The Statesboro Herald regrets the error.
It's official: Charles Wilson is the Bulloch County schools superintendent.
Bulloch County high school students posted mixed results on End-of-Course Tests, according to data released Tuesday by the Georgia Department of Education.
Editor's Note: This article has been revised to reflect the following correction, which appears in Sunday's print edition: Because of a reporter's error, an article that appeared in Friday's edition contained an incorrect statement. Langston Chapel Elementary's fifth-graders had Bulloch County's lowest pass rates in every subject except English/language arts. The Statesboro Herald regrets the error.
As the sluggish economy stubbornly hangs on and revenues keep declining, the Bulloch County school system has some tough choices to make to close a nearly $4 million spending gap.
Early returns show that Bulloch County public school students posted better results on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests in 2012 than in the previous year, according to state data released Thursday.
An attempt to convert a former business property into a potential apartment complex failed Tuesday morning.
The Bulloch County school board has narrowed the field of candidates to be the next district superintendent to 10.
The sudden, dramatic rise of the Islamic State terrorist group taking over large swaths of land in Iraq and Syria has prompted much discussion, consternation and fear around the world.
Michael Gatto got as much as he could out of his 18 years of life, including the 10 days he was at Georgia Southern University.
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