Serendipity. That was the first word Charlene Stewart used to describe how the Statesboro Regional Library, Friends of the Library and the Averitt Center came together to put on the community learning series: "Mockingbird: the Book, the Movie, the Legend." The program features community-wide discussions of the classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird", offers free screenings of the classic movie and culminates with a presentation by author Harper Lee's biographer, Charles Shields. ...
The Snooky's faithful were out in full force Tuesday morning to celebrate the 96th birthday of Snook-PAC's most-favored and long-standing member, Chester Williams.
Downtown Statesboro invites area residents to immerse themselves in the spirit Thursday and Friday with holiday events designed for people of all ages.
Members of local American Legion Post #90 gathered Tuesday afternoon at the Honey Bowen Building to present U.S. Representative John Barrow with signatures showing support for a local community based outpatient clinic for veterans.
Statesboro City Council meets today at 6 p.m. with the main topic of discussion likely to be updates and legal agreements relating to the Flying J truck stop development.
The Statesboro City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to enter into an agreement toward extending water and sewer lines out to the intersection of Highway 301 South and Interstate 16. The infrastructure, which would facilitate the construction of a new Flying J truck stop project, would open up development along the entire corridor of Highway 301 south of the Gateway Industrial Park.
Travis Chance, Will Britt and Gary Lewis can now officially be declared the winners in the city council election now that the challenges have been added to the totals from election day. The officials were finally able to count the challenged ballots since the Statesboro Citizens for Good Government withdrew the challenges Wednesday afternoon.
In most ways, Emily Hager is the typical college senior. She's an aspiring ballet dancer, having recently performed at the Emma Kelly Theater in the Averitt Center for the Arts. She teaches a jazz dance class for her dance studio - something many accomplished teenage dancers do to help bring up the next generation. And, of course, she holds down a part-time job at a local coffee shop - Statesboro Brews. ...
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As I rewrote this column on Thanksgiving, my grandmother came to mind. More accurately, she's why I rewrote it.
For 49 years, the Mayors' Christmas Motorcade has brought together cities across Georgia to spread the joy of the holiday season to patients at Georgia's seven regional mental health and retardation hospitals.
Local auto service establishments are seeing more customers at the garage door as people tune-up for the holiday weekend. John Godbee, one of the managers of Express Tune & Lube on Main Street, said business has picked up recently.
In the season of Thanksgiving, the Bulloch County Food Bank is working to make sure everyone who needs food will have it for the holidays.
It was a newspaper article just like this that was the catalyst for Charlie and Angie Howell to become foster parents and eventually adopt their third child.
Kicking off the Christmas season, Georgia Southern Opera presents its third annual Madrigal Dinners and Holiday Celebration Thursday and Saturday at 6 p.m. in the atrium of the Information Technology Building on GSU's campus. Each evening - which will be filled with dinner, dancing and music - will be topped off with a one-act Christmas opera, entitled "St. Nicholas", to be performed during dessert and coffee.