If you live in Statesboro and want to visit the North Pole, you have to go South.
The Statesboro community came out to bid farewell to Mayor Bill Hatcher Tuesday at a reception held at the Averitt Center for the Arts. Mayor-elect Joe Brannen will fill the mayor position in January.
Friday evening brought a variety of activities to downtown Statesboro as the annual Christmas Parade was followed by a festival featuring food, music and activities for all ages. A large crowd braved cool weather and rain to take advantage of the festivities.
"a small voice" is Statesboro Herald staff photographer Scott Bryant's new blog. Mass communications in the era of the internet is a two-way street. Journalists are now seeking more interpersonal communication with their audiences. Hopefully, this blog ...
"Portraits in Gray" Civil War Photography Exhibition features the collection of David Wynn Vaughn at the Georgia Southern University Museum. Admission to the museum and exhibit is free. The exhibit features 70 images from the collection of David Wynn Vaughn. A native of Atlanta, Vaughn began collecting Confederate images more than 20 years ago and has one of the largest collections in the nation. The exhibit opened in August, but will close on Sunday. Call ...
Area residents enjoyed "Shopping by Lantern Light" Tuesday at the Main Street Farmers Market in downtown Statesboro. Between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., lanterns helped showcase some of the best local food and crafts the Bulloch County region has to offer.
Area residents enjoyed "Shopping by Lantern Light" Tuesday at the Main Street Farmers Market in downtown Statesboro. Between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., lanterns helped showcase some of the best local food and crafts the Bulloch County region has to offer. Beneath white lights of the holiday season, dozens of farmers, food vendors and craft makers provided shoppers with a wide variety of products.
Sons of Jubal, made up of nearly 200 Baptist ministers of music and music educators from around the state of Georgia, performed at the First Baptist Church of Statesboro Tuesday night. The standing-room-only concert was held in the church's fellowship hall at 7 p.m.
For the sixth year, the Statesboro Youth Ballet will present four performances of "The Nutcracker" at the Averitt Center in Statesboro. There are evening performances at 7 tonight, Friday and Saturday, and a matinee at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Under the direction of Shay Morgan, more than 80 local dancers from across the region will undertake 147 parts to bring the well-known story to life. Tickets are available through the Averitt Center box office or ...
The Haunted Forest is open Friday and Saturday – Halloween – from 8 p.m. to midnight. It is located at the corner of Forest Drive and Akins Boulevard on Campus. Admission is $5 and all proceeds benefit the Center for Addiction Recovery and the Boys and Girls Club of Bulloch County.
The third annual Empty Bowls Project sale and chili luncheon was part of GSU's Hunger and Homelessness Week. GSU art students created and donated their hand-thrown bowls to the project. Thursday the bowls were brought to the Rotunda in front of the Russell Union and sold for $10 apiece. The bowls were filled with chili and all profits will benefit the Statesboro Food Bank.
It's Homecoming Week at Bulloch Academy. Students, teachers and staff showed their spirit by dressing up on "Character Day" Wednesday with costumes representing their favorite figures and personalities . Some even made up their own super ...
The 2010 Bulloch County Relay for Life is more than 200 days away, but a Fall rally Thursday evening kicked off the fundraising effort. In 2009, the annual event to benefit the American Cancer Society raised more than $200,000. The 2010 Relay for life is scheduled for April 23 at the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fairgrounds. To find out more about the Relay for Life, call 764-7410.
The annual $1 dollar bag sale is underway at Worn Threads, which is located in the Bulloch County Outreach Center on Denmark Street in Statesboro. Worn Threads does the $1 sale twice a year to move as much clothing as possible to make room for newer clothes. Worn Threads provides clothing to local victims of fires or other disasters and gives most of its proceeds away from sale of clothes during the year. The $1 ...
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