The City of Statesboro and its Public Works department will honor one of its longest tenured employees with a drop-in retirement party Tuesday afternoon.
Three Statesboro City Council members requested a special called meeting for Monday to discuss the possibility of asking City Manager Shane Haynes to resign. But since the mayor and two council members cannot attend, no action is expected at the meeting.
An open container of alcohol was the break the Statesboro Police Department needed to catch two men accused of a series of automobile break-ins.
Following up a first place primary with a runoff win, Republican candidate Ray McKinney will face incumbent John Barrow this November in the race for Georgia's 12th congressional district.
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Georgia's 12th District Republicans will determine Tuesday who will face incumbent John Barrow in the congressional race come November.
Ray McKinney and Carl Smith want to unseat incumbent John Barrow as Georgia's District 12 representative in Congress, but one of them needs to win the Aug. 10 runoff first.
With the August 10 run-off approaching, Thursday may be the last chance for voters to meet the Republican congressional candidates from Georgia's 12th district vying to face Congressman John Barrow in November.
The hearing for a lawsuit filed against the Statesboro mayor and City Council by a group of local businessmen was postponed due to scheduling conflict with some of the plaintiffs.
The City of Statesboro will once again dip into its revenue-strapped coffers to settle a lawsuit with a disgruntled former employee.
Two Republicans in Georgia's 12th Congressional District will meet in a runoff Aug. 10 to determine who will face incumbent Congressman John Barrow in November.
Four Republican candidates seeking the nomination for Georgia 12th congressional district will face each other in Statesboro Friday evening for the final debate of the primary season.
A group of local businessmen filed a lawsuit earlier this week against the members of the Statesboro City Council, alleging they violated Georgia Open Meeting laws when they held meetings to discuss the 2011 city budget and the restructuring of the police and fire departments.
The Statesboro Flea Market reopened its doors Friday after the owners complied with city requirements to pave their parking lot.
It was a happy ending for more than two dozen cats at the Bulloch County Animal Shelter as the Humane Society of Statesboro and Bulloch County was able to find temporary and permanent homes for the animals.