People will be carrying pickets, poster board and markers on the Bulloch County Courthouse lawn Thursday for the Bulloch County T.E.A. Party's Tax Day rally.
Five Republican candidates hoping to become Georgia's next governor will be in Statesboro May 7 to participate in a candidate forum organized by the Statesboro Herald.
Statesboro's Downtown Streetscape project will be causing a few more delays on East Main Street in the next few weeks as the project moves farther west and further towards completion.
Rahel Hirshenson Landrum of Jews for Jesus will re-create the traditional Passover service and explain how it foreshadowed Jesus' death and resurrection in a presentation called "Christ in the Passover" at Eastern Heights Baptist Church Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
While U.S. House Democrats are scrambling to find the final few votes needed to pass the health care reform bill, Georgia Representative John Barrow said he plans to vote against the proposed plan.
Students at Georgia Southern University can watch local government up close and in action as the Statesboro City Council will hold one of its regular meetings on campus.
Motorists driving through downtown Statesboro should expected some delays and detours over the next month as the Downtown Streetscape Project enters a new phase.
Donned in their coveted black leather jackets - the cheerleading world's equivalent of the Super Bowl ring - the Statesboro Cheer South All-Star Senior team flew home as national champions last week from a competition in Dallas, Texas.
In an effort to encourage Bulloch County residents to fill out their 2010 U.S. Census forms, the City of Statesboro is offering a utility discount in exchange for a completed questionnaire.
If you're looking for some weekend activities, two midday events on Saturday should fit the bill.
A new philanthropic endeavor in Bulloch County, Feeding Statesboro, will serve its first soup kitchen meal during the noon hour Tuesday.
After an executive session at Tuesday evening's meeting, the Statesboro City Council unanimously voted to offer a contract to a new municipal court judge.
The Statesboro Regional Library System is facing big challenges and an exciting future as the latest director settles into her new position.
In just its second month of existence, the Bulloch County Board of Elections and Registrations met Monday evening to begin preparations for the 2010 election cycle.
The City of Statesboro is one step closer to a water reuse system as it recently received its state-required permit.