Take a look back at 2010, though the eyes of Statesboro Herald staff photographer Scott Bryant, and examine the power of photography to hold time still.
Photography's greatest attribute is its ability to preserve moments.
Photography has the unique ability to freeze otherwise fleeting moments in time.
The Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department tried something new for Halloween this year. With Splash in the Boro closed for the season, and the sttractions drained of water, the Lazy River became a place for a little Halloween fun.
A huge crowd filled downtown Statesboro Friday for the "Live, Work, Shop and Play" celebration. The event put the spotlight on the completed Streetscape project and all that downtown shops have to offer.
Cooperation and Family Fitness Night is one of the most popular parent-involvement events at Bulloch County elementary schools.
Bulloch County's three public high schools held their graduation ceremonies Saturday at Hanner Fieldhouse on the campus of Georgia Southern University, as seniors from Statesboro, Southeast Bulloch and Portal received diplomas.
Want something to do with your kids this summer? How about fishing?
Four members of the student cast from the Statesboro High production of "Alice in Wonderland" visited Julia P. Bryant Elementary Wednesday to promote their show this weekend.
An original Wells Fargo stagecoach made a stop in Statesboro Tuesday to help the local branch celebrate a ribbon cutting of their new location on South Main Street. The appearance of the stagecoach marks the firm's move from Savannah Avenue and the changing of its name from Wachovia Securities to Wells Fargo Advisors. The Stagecoach program has been in place since 1958. Wells Fargo owns 11 historic stagecoaches, which are currently on display in museums. The stagecoach that came to Statesboro was a replica. The coach will be drawn by horses in today's St. Patrick's Day Parade ...
Olive Garden opened Monday to big crowds in its Statesboro Crossing location. About 165 jobs will be created with the opening of the 233-seat, 7,500-square-foot restaurant.
Every year, the Muscular Distrophy Association sponsors the MDA Lock-Up to help raise money for "Jerry's Kids."
A cigarette tossed into a trash can in an East Grady Street home was the cause of a blaze Monday afternoon that gutted one side of the duplex and caused heavy smoke damage in the other side, said Capt. Emerson Melton, Statesboro Fire investigator.
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