The giant white dome went up Tuesday at Splash in the Boro, setting the stage for the numerous fall and winter programs offered at the aquatic center.
An appeal by Glenn Compopiano and Michelle Masri of Oasis regarding a decision of the Alcohol Control Board will be heard by the city council at their regular meeting Tuesday night.
"Soldiers Matter." That simple, yet powerful message first coined by Brig. Gen. Terrell Reddick, so spoke to the importance of each member of the military that it was adopted as the official motto of the Georgia National Guard. Now, in addition to that motto, there will be another reminder of the legacy Reddick left. The Army National Guard Armory in Statesboro was renamed to the BG Terrell T. Reddick Armory Saturday ...
With Georgia's 12th District up for grabs, Democratic Congressman John Barrow and Republican candidate Max Burns will face off in a forum Monday night at Ogeechee Technical College.
Statesboro High School students Mary Brammar and Katie Winskey are spending their Fall break away from school in a different kind of class.
A Statesboro man was killed and two people injured during a shooting early Saturday morning on Orange Street.
Erick Dominguez said he doesn't think about the potential dangers of his job. He just does what he's practiced for years and concentrates on the task at hand.
A traffic light at the intersection of Beasley/Cawana Road and Highway 80 is expected to begin operations soon, Statesboro City Engineer Maz Elhaj said.
The Bulloch County Health Department focused on nothing but flu shots Thursday, giving hundreds of shots to vaccinate people from the illness in preparation for the upcoming flu season.
The global war on terror is the ultimate battle of good and evil and Americans must remain resolved to see the fight through, Senator Johnny Isakson said Monday afternoon.
The rise of the Internet has created opportunities for the media to expand into new areas, but it has to be done properly for it to succeed.
While the city is realigning Savannah Avenue at its intersection with Highway 80, it's also taking the opportunity to improve the drainage capacity of the area as well.
Oasis will have an opportunity to present its appeal of the Alcohol Control Board's fine and suspension of its license at the next city council meeting.
The Bulloch County Health Department is dedicating Thursday to nothing but flu vaccines in the hopes of getting as many people vaccinated from the illness as possible.
The Statesboro City Council is expected to set a date for an appeals hearing for Oasis at their meeting this morning.