The University System of Georgia recently consolidated eight public higher education institutions into four.
In the wake of a former Catholic priest who used to work in southeast Georgia being found guilty on a child sex abuse charge, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah is reminding parishioners of its sexual abuse hotline.
The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners took a small, but important, step this week in the process of building the new county administrative annex on North Main Street.
An ongoing investigation into tax fraud and identity theft led to as many as nine more arrests Wednesday morning.
It's Jan. 20, 2001.
The Bulloch County school system is going Google.
When Gov. Nathan Deal recently asked the State Board of Education to review the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards, it signaled the most public manifestation yet of the opposition the standards face in Georgia.
Here is a snapshot of what Congress has to deal with between now and Oct. 1.
When it goes up, one of the most visible parts of an industrial park planned for U.S. Highway 301 South near Interstate 16 might be a 157-foot-high water tower.
Recent Bulloch County high school graduates posted better - and worse - results on the ACT college-entrance exam than their counterparts from a year ago, depending on the subject.
A former Georgia Southern University student pleaded guilty Tuesday to issuing terroristic threats via computer.
For more than a week, about 3,000 patients of a Statesboro family physician's practice have had no office to visit.
A Bulloch County public schools psychologist and Statesboro Herald business editor announced that she will run for mayor of Statesboro.
Picture this: It's April 2016. Your income tax return is due. While you still have to pay the federal income tax, there is no longer a state income tax.
What started as a fairly routine item concerning professional development for teachers quickly grew into a passionate debate among Bulloch County school board members about spending limited funds.
A Georgia Southern basketball standout and a teammate who just graduated have been arrested on drug and weapons charges after investigators executed a search warrant at a Statesboro apartment, according to the Bulloch County Sheriff's Office.
The track record of Georgia, and several other states, on voting rights is reason enough for Congress to restore protections of the Voting Rights Act that were struck down by a Supreme Court decision last year, according to the Rev. Dr. Francys Johnson.
Editor's note: This article has been revised to reflect the following correction, which will appear in Friday's print edition. Katrina Denise Ledford's jury selection is scheduled for Tuesday, and her trial is scheduled for July 8, in the killing of her mother's husband, Michael Anthony Riley. A front-page article Thursday incorrectly stated that those were the dates for another co-defendant in the case.
The Rev. Dr. Francys Johnson will testify Wednesday before a Senate committee about the importance of restoring portions of the Voting Rights Act that were struck down last year by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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