Now that early voting for the Statesboro city council election is over, officials are gearing up for the final day of voting – Election Day on Tuesday.
There are three more days left of early voting for the Statesboro city council election as citizens prepare to elect two council members and a mayor to new four-year terms.
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From consolidation to alcohol to Judy McCorkle, candidates for Statesboro City Council in Districts 1 and 4 discussed issues during a forum Tuesday night at the Averitt Center.
Blind Willie McTell is one of the most recognizable names from Statesboro's history. Friday night at the Averitt Center, an Englishman will bring McTell's story and music to life.
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Early voting for the Statesboro city council election is under way as citizens prepare to select two council members and a mayor for new four-year terms.
Six Statesboro City Council candidates will face-off next Tuesday for a candidate forum at the Averitt Center for the Arts.
Last week, Governor Sonny Perdue hosted the first meeting of the newly-formed water contingency task force, which included two individuals from Bulloch County.
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The Statesboro City Council's vote Tuesday against city and county consolidation overshadowed a big investment by the city to modernize its development standards.
Note: This is the first of two stories about the Averitt Center's new Artists in Residence. This story focuses on Lindsey Jenkins, Artist in Residence for art. See Lifestyles on Sunday, October 25, for a feature on Betty Franklin, Artist in Residence for theater.
Consolidation of city and county services suffered another setback Tuesday when the Statesboro city council decided in a divisive vote to send a message to local state legislators.
The Statesboro City Council and the Bulloch County Board of Commissioners will both gather today for their regularly scheduled first meetings of the month.
With Statesboro city council elections only 34 days away, city residents have just five more days to register to vote in order to eligible to cast a ballot in November.