The audience was cheering as cheerleaders and mascots urged them on, whipping them into a frenzy.
After three years of research and countless hours of rehearsals, "A Scholar Under Siege" is set to debut at Georgia Southern's Performing Arts Center Friday.
The Statesboro City Council is expected to approved an ordinance regulating involuntary towing inside the city limits, including setting a maximum fee of $70 for a vehicle being towed without the owners consent.
Ripping apart a phone book, breaking police hand cuffs and rolling a frying pan into the shape of a burrito may not seem like the work of God, but for members of the Power Team, it's just that.
The lawsuit filed by a Bulloch County woman against actor and comedian Chris Rock claiming he is the father of her child will be withdrawn and filed in New York.
A woman has filed papers in the Bulloch County Courthouse alleging comedian Chris Rock is the father of her child.
A standing room only crowd of nearly 80 veterans packed the Honey Bowen Building Tuesday night to express their concerns regarding veterans' issues to Congressman John Barrow.
Members of the Downtown Statesboro Development Authority Board hope to make a decision Wednesday on hiring a new director during their next board meeting.
Global warming is a threat that needs to be addressed immediately, but it hasn't reached the point in which it's too late to do anything about it.
It was a journey Arnice Mercer knew she had to make. But it was one she dreaded. It was something even her tour of duty in Iraq couldn't prepare her for.
Approximately 2,500 volunteers are expected to take part in Bulloch County's Great American Cleanup on Saturday, April 14 to help clean up litter throughout the county.
"I could not be more pleased with the search committee's recommendation of Dr. Strickland," Cartee said. "With her background in both secondary and post secondary education and her reputation for providing quality instruction and services to the Bulloch County School System, she will be fully capable of moving Ogeechee Tech's instructional division to the next level."
Aly Russell wanted to use her spring break to do something for those less fortunate than her. So the Raleigh, N.C., high school sophomore and several others with the Leadership Club of the YMCA have spent the past few days in Savannah preparing more than 19,000 pounds of food to be distributed to needy families, which they gave away Wednesday afternoon in Statesboro. "I really couldn't think of anything I'd want to do ...
The Statesboro City Council took the first step towards regulating the involuntary towing in Statesboro by passing an ordinance on first reading that sets several regulations and procedures for towing a vehicle without the owner's consent.
As Bob Lee approaches his 65th birthday later this month, he's turned his focus to find ways to make life richer for those around him.