Ethel Lane has been singing for other people almost her entire life, but other than "Happy Birthday," she's never had anyone sing to her.
It seems whenever the construction mission team from First Baptist Church in Barnwell, S.C., visits a location, they pick up members for their next mission trip.
Nurses at East Georgia Regional Medical Center now have a new tool to help ensure they dispense the correct dose of medication to patients.
Some major changes appear to be in store for Statesboro's alcohol ordinance after city officials discovered they were exceeding their powers in punishing violators.
Saying she wanted to clear up some misconceptions about her, the woman suing Chris Rock to determine if he is the father of her child has agreed to write a book about her life.
In an effort to make it easier for people to beautify their property, Keep Bulloch Beautiful will be instituting a community tool bank beginning August 1.
Two weeks after tabling the issue, the Statesboro City Council will once again discuss a request to allow an apartment house to be moved from Bulloch Street to Elm Street.
In a move that could potentially open the city to a lawsuit, the Statesboro City Council voted to deny permission for a house to be relocated to Elm Street.
By LUKE MARTIN
Bo Smith could have spent this week hanging out with friends playing sports or video games at his home in Valdosta.
Statesboro Mayor Bill Hatcher and councilman John Morris were recognized at the annual Georgia Municipal Association meeting held last month in Savannah.
With more than 4,000 signatures from Bulloch County and around 1,000 more from surrounding counties, local veteran Ray Hendrix feels he has more than enough to show the support of the region to locate a Veterans Affairs clinic in Statesboro.
The American Red Cross is facing a critical blood shortage and asking all potential donors to consider donating blood.
An Effingham County woman was killed when she was thrown from a vehicle in a one-vehicle crash Saturday morning.
Continuing a tradition that dates back to to the late 1940s, Georgia Southern President Dr. Bruce Grube and his wife, Katherine, will be taking part in the school's annual watermelon cutting Tuesday morning.