The Young-at-Heart Kazoo Fun Band performed at the Honey-Bowen Building Thursday.
Students and parents come to Georgia Southern for the university's annual SOAR orientation program. The two-day program is required for all new GSU students and parents are encouraged to attend, as well. The first of eight summer sessions was Monday and Tuesday. The last session is in mid-July.
Saturday was a big day for students, teachers and parents alike as Portal High School, Southeast Bulloch High School and Statesboro High School held graduation ceremonies at Hanner Fieldhouse on the Georgia Southern University campus.
Langston Chapel Elementary School students watch movies and eat pizza to celebrate the end of the school year Friday.
Brooklet Elementary School, Nevils Elementary School and Portal Elementary School students were present at Thursday's Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) graduation ceremony was held at Georgia Southern University's Nessmith-Lane Continuing Education Center.
Statesboro High School AP History teacher Lynda Webb rewards students' hard work every year with some fun by allowing them to dress as their favorite historical figures and bring a dish appropriate for that person to class to end the school year.
The Bulloch Bassmasters Club Youth Fishing Rodeo was held at Mill Creek Regional Park Saturday. The fish were biting as dozens of kids fished the pond at Mill Creek.
Kids, teens and adults alike gathered at Splash in the Boro Saturday for the opening day of the 2008 summer season.
An official groundbreaking ceremony for the Bulloch Academy science building was held Tuesday. Work will be done by Lovett and Mills Excavating in the initial land-clearing phase of construction to the school's upper-and-middle school building. A $1.1 million building, which will house science classrooms and laboratories, will be built on the Westside Drive end of the campus.
Splash in the Boro opens Saturday, May 17 and workers are filling pools, putting out chairs and touching up the water park for its fifth season. After the May 17-18 weekend opening, Splash will be open every day from May 24-Aug. 3 and then weekends though Labor Day. Go to www.bullochrec.com or call (912) 489-3000 for more information.
"A Life Done Right: The Living Legacy of Erk Russell" play celebrates the enduring impact of legendary Georgia Southern University football coach Erk Russell. Based largely on oral histories that are being collected from people who were acquaintances of the late coach, the play is a collaboration between the Averitt Center and the Department of Communication Arts.
Every week during the spring, children gather at the Garden and learn some valuable life lessons. First, they plant, nurture and harvest a vegetable garden. Then, they give the vegetables they grew to the Statesboro Food Bank.
The Averitt Center for the Arts Birdies & BBQ tournament was held at Forest Heights Country Club Thursday.
Celebration South was held in Downtown Statesboro Saturday. The event featured live music, a kiddie area, booths of various crafts and a cook-off.
Statesboro Regional Library volunteers honored during a program Tuesday. Also, Dr. Bill Perry, retired pastor of First Baptist Church of Statesboro, related stories about the importance of volunteers to the operation of the library.
The Eagle Nation rallies Saturday, youngsters get to be a cheerleader for a day, the Hatch Attack finds some mojo, and the Eagles put the clamps on the Catamounts in their Southern Conference opener.
New Southeast Bulloch High School Principal Trey Robertson kicks off the new school year by introducing himself to students and the community.
CLICK to experience some of the sights and sounds as fallen National Guard soldier Sgt. Brock Henry Chavers Sr. was laid to rest Saturday.
University of Georgia County Extension Agent Wes Harris leads residents on a Statseboro Kiwanis Club-sponsored tour of Bulloch County farms to increase awareness of local agriculture.
The Statesboro Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department kicked off baseball season with their Swing into Spring celebration Friday despite threatening weather. A slight drizzle in the afternoon had many wondering if the event would be cancelled altogether, but the rain ceased minutes before opening pitches and it was business as usual for the annual event.
Hear the thoughts of some who knew Michael Guido personally and through his Metter-based ministry while viewing images from his memorial service and public viewing.
Students and faculty crammed the Russell Union at Georgia Southern University Tuesday to witness history as Barack Obama was sworn in as President.
Scott Williams of Orange County, Ca. introduced Statesboro High music students to the hammered dulcimer Wednesday. Williams was brought to Bulloch County schools by the Statesboro Arts Council and closed out the week with a performance at the Averitt Center for the Arts.
Georgia Southern football players Raja Andrews and Chris Covington enjoyed their ride with Eagle Nation. Andrews finished his career as the Eagles' all-time leading receiver and Covington was named Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Year for 2008.
View slideshow and relive the 2008 Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair.
Fair Road Memorial Field behind the Honey Bowen Building was filled Saturday with pets and their owners who enjoyed the annual Pet Fun Day. Contests were held for the Longest Ears, Smallest Dog, Shortest Tail and Best Halloween Costume. There also was plenty of camaraderie among the animals and pet owners.
CLICK to view an audio slideshow of Statesboro High's rain-soaked 22-0 victory over Harris County.
CLICK to view audio slideshow of Tuesday's Veterans Day program at the Emma Kelly Theater.
CLICK to watch Fans 'n Stands audio slideshow of Bulloch Academy taking on Robert Toombs.
CLICK to watch Fan 'n Stands Audio Slideshow: Eagle Nation vs. Wofford