The Statesboro City Council is planning to significantly change the structure and responsibilities of the Alcohol Control Board including the removal of their authority to recommend punishment for establishments cited for alcohol violations.
Representatives for two local businesses asked the Statesboro City Council to reconsider the city's decision to revoke their business licenses, which forced them to close Jan. 22.
City of Statesboro workers dug up part of Railroad Street Thursday in anticipation of future work related to the Downtown Streetscape Project.
Economic recovery in the Coastal Georgia region is expected to build momentum throughout 2010 and into 2011, according to economic experts from Georgia Southern University.
Actions taken by the City of Statesboro have left two local businesses closed and more than 50 angry and confused, part-time vendors looking for a place to sell their wares.
Those Statesboro citizens who have enjoyed boiled peanuts and watermelon at the city's Public Works Department Annual Peanut Boil Appreciation Festival will want to come out Tuesday afternoon and thank the man that started it all.
A service that provides rides to medical centers in Dublin and Augusta for local veterans who have trouble finding transportation has been going strong since it started a year ago.
With Martin Luther King Day approaching, the Bulloch County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has a full slate of weekend activities planned.
About 50 people showed up at the Bulloch County Agricultural Complex Thursday afternoon to ask questions of Congressman John Barrow as part of his 2010 Rural Listening Tour.
With the true spirit of the holidays in mind, a local service organization and a local dry cleaner are teaming up to gather winter coats for needy individuals in the county.
Holiday shoppers will be frequenting discount retailers, shopping close to home and spending less per person on presents for friends and family, according to a consumer poll released by Georgia Southern University's College of Business Administration this week.
Nearly 200 Baptist ministers of music and music educators from across Georgia will descend on First Baptist Church of Statesboro Thursday evening to perform a standing room-only concert.
The Bulloch County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is celebrating a national milestone at their annual banquet this Saturday.
Incumbent earns 2nd term in District 1
Controversial Professor William Ayers made an unpublicized visit to the Georgia Southern University campus Tuesday to give a lecture on curriculum and writing.