There wasn't much to see in the first hearing in the case of a Bulloch County woman seeking to determine if comedian Chris Rock is the father of her 13-year old child.
Two local elementary schools are being rewarded for their recycling efforts with a presentation by Steve Trash, Rockin Eco Hero.
Ogeechee Technical College's initial iGot campaign can only be described as one way: successful.
When Max Alderman was a young child, he had an interest in becoming a preacher. His dad decided to build him a miniature pulpit for him to preach from and his brother was the music director every Sunday morning in their home.
Bulloch County residents can get a taste of summer this weekend at Splash in the Boro as it opens for a preview weekend before beginning its summer schedule next weekend.
Organizers for this year's Celebration South have a modest goal. They want everyone to have a "smidgen of fun."
The American Diabetes Association has a new look and name for it's annual fundraiser and if Bulloch County reaches its goal, the chairman of this year's campaign will have a new look as well.
Students at the annual Sea Island Bank honor graduate luncheon were urged to make peace with their past, focus on the present and prepare for the future as they embark on the next phase of their lives.
Bailey Hitt wasn't exactly sure what to expect when he went with his grandparents to the Ukraine during spring break, but what he found was a place where people didn't have access to things he and his classmates take for granted, including running water.
Ogeechee Technical College is a "significant economic force" in the region, a study conducted by Georgia Southern found.
The Statesboro City Council held a work session Tuesday evening in which they discussed ways to address parking in front yards, an issue they admitted was difficult to find a uniform solution.
Georgia School Superintendent Kathy Cox will be the keynote speaker at Ogeechee Technical College's commencement ceremony Tuesday night at Hanner Fieldhouse.
Ogeechee Technical College's inaugural iGot campaign kicked off Friday with a rally for faculty, staff and administration officials.
The Board of Regents approved a tuition increase of $302 for incoming freshman at Georgia's public colleges and universities Wednesday, but those students won't be affected by future rate hikes under the state's "fixed for four" plan.
This year's fund-raiser for Ogeechee Technical College will have a little different feel than in the past - and not just because the campaign has a new name.