Hurricane Ike may be churning 700 miles south of Statesboro, but East Georgia Regional Medical Center already is helping safeguard potential victims of the monster storm. Sixteen patients from two hospitals in the Florida Keys were evacuated Sunday to East Georgia Regional ahead of Ike, which struck eastern Cuba late Sunday.
The anticipation began building two weeks ago when football practice started at schools all around our area.
The new principal at Brooklet Elementary School summed up the first day of school in one word: "Exciting!"
Statesboro's First United Methodist Church will soar with voices honed an ocean away Monday night. The Hope For Africa Children's Choir will perform a concert at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary.
The Help A Child Smile mobile dental clinic rolled into Statesboro last week and actually left a few kids in tears - after they received first-rate dental care.
Apparently, Erk Russell wasn't quite done with his pals in the Snook Pack.
We're starting something a little different today on statesboroherald.com.
Bulloch County voters anxious to get a jump on the Feb. 5 Georgia Presidential Primary can begin casting their ballots Monday.
A Veterans Administration health clinic will open one day in Bulloch County Congressman John Barrow told the Statesboro Rotary Club Monday. But Barrow also cautioned that the bureaucratic process of gaining final approval would take several years.
The Statesboro Herald earned 19 awards Friday during the Georgia Press Association's annual awards banquet in Savannah.
Statesboro businessman Don Lanier passed away Monday morning after a brief and unexpected illness. He was 61.
The Statesboro Herald won nine awards in the 2006 Georgia Associated Press Awards contest, including first place in two categories. The awards were announced Saturday in Atlanta during the AP's annual awards luncheon.
Shortly after I arrived in Statesboro in 2002, a gentleman in the truest sense of the word shuffled into my office and introduced himself: "I'm Kemp Mabry. I wanted to welcome you to Statesboro. You'll like it here."
Growing up, Walter Gibson heard magnificent stories about his grand-uncle, John Gibson.
It's been a little more than a week since the tragic accident on Interstate 16 cut the lives of five nursing students from Georgia Southern University far too short. The healing process from the horrific events of April 22 is in the beginning stages across the campus, and, indeed, across the entire community.
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