With the start of flu season just around the corner, the Bulloch County Health Department is encouraging people to get the seasonal flu shot.
A year ago, Kelsey Fincher would have laughed if anyone said she'd be an ROTC student at Georgia Southern University, but thanks to the effort of William Roberts, she joined the ranks at a swearing in ceremony Monday.
Statesboro property tax rates will remain stable as the city council unanimously voted Tuesday to hold steady the city's current property tax millage rate for 2009.
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On the second day of qualifying for the upcoming Statesboro city council election, District 1 is shaping up to be a three-horse race.
On the first day of qualifying for the upcoming city council election, three candidates have thrown their hats into the ring.
Statesboro police reported that a 32-year-old woman died Saturday evening after drowning in a pool on Greenbriar Trail.
Statesboro mayor Bill Hatcher has decided that eight years is enough.
Click on audio icon to listen to a two-minute clip of Wednesday's "Mornings UnPHILtered" show where Bulloch County Commissioner Roy Thompson talks about the city's decision to settle with Judy McCorkle.
Consolidation of city and county government was the topic for discussion Tuesday afternoon as local officials from all across the county gathered at the Bulloch County Agriculture Center to receive information from the Carl Institute of Government and others.
The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners and the Statesboro City Council, along with representatives of Brooklet, Portal and Register, will come together this afternoon to hear and discuss matters related to a proposed consolidation study of county and municipal governments.
Beginning Monday at 9 a.m., the Statesboro Herald and Georgia Eagle Broadcasting will launch a program unique in South Georgia - a local show with a talk radio format that will be simulcast on WWNS-AM 1240 and on the Internet at BoroLive.com.
Downtown Statesboro will be filled with pom-poms, marching bands and defensive backs as this month's First Friday event becomes the Bulloch County high schools Pep Rally.
In another surprising move, the Statesboro city council reversed itself again and voted 3-1 to settle the potential litigation with former City Clerk Judy McCorkle, awarding her $365,000 to settle all claims.
Beginning Monday, the Statesboro Regional Library will close for the entire week as new carpet is installed on both floors of its South Main Street building.