Graduates of the class of 2012 in Bulloch County and Georgia generally posted higher scores than their peers a year earlier on the SAT, while the national mean score dropped, according to results made available Monday.
A constituent called the office number listed on state Rep. Lee Anderson's business card expecting to get a staff member.
Last week's attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three staff members brought Madeleine K. Albright back to Aug. 7, 1998 - the worst day of her tenure as secretary of state under President Bill Clinton.
The candidates for the 12th Congressional District seat traded barbs Wednesday afternoon, and debates in Statesboro and Augusta hang in the balance.
Georgia Southern University appears in the 2013 edition of U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges rankings, which were released Wednesday.
More 2012 high school graduates from Bulloch County and the state took the ACT - and they posted higher scores - compared to the class of 2011, according to results made available Wednesday.
Lee Anderson appeared to eke out a razor-thin victory in the 12th Congressional District Republican runoff, according to unofficial results posted Tuesday night.
A cadre of state officials - led by Georgia first lady Sandra Deal - stopped by Langston Chapel Elementary School on Tuesday morning to talk about school bus safety.
Ogeechee Technical College appears to be safe, for the foreseeable future, from consolidation with any other institution in the Technical College System of Georgia.
Southeast Bulloch High School continues to lead the way on most End-of-Course Tests, but Portal Middle High is closing the gap, according to results released this week.
Cheri Wagner will be the newest member of the Bulloch County Board of Education after winning the District 1 seat in the General Election Primary, according to unofficial results.
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.
With so much pain in the world right now - from Statesboro to Ferguson, Missouri, and all the way into Iraq and Syria - community leaders and friends and family members of a Statesboro man who was gunned down last week came together to pray.
Bulloch County's recent public high school graduates posted impressive gains on the ACT, one of the two major college-entrance exams, but there is a catch.
Campaign season is expected to kick into high gear in the next few weeks, especially in the high-profile races for governor and U.S. Senate.
Why is there so much gridlock in Washington? Why is Congress so messed up?
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