Crowds packed Fuzzy's Taco Shop for its opening day Monday on the site that used to hold Sonny's BBQ on Veterans Memorial Parkway.
I think we are very blessed to have the number of weekend outdoor activities that we have in this community.
A witness watched as a man walked though a local grocery store parking lot Sunday afternoon, broke into a car, and left on a bicycle. Shortly after the witness called police, an officer caught up with the suspect and arrested him, police said.
A Florida man fled police after victims saw him break into their vehicle Sunday, but officers caught him after a short foot chase and took him to jail, police said.
More than 50 youths chose to spend part of their spring break without eating. With help from youth ministers and college volunteers, area middle and high school students took part in World Vision's 30-Hour Famine. Participants from Pittman Park United Methodist, Statesboro First United Methodist, Connection, Statesboro First Baptist, Southbridge, First Presbyterian, Brooklet United Methodist and Statesboro Primitive Baptist churches fasted for 30 hours to learn about hunger and support those in need. ...
ATLANTA - Georgia is moving forward with a plan to standardize annual evaluations for teachers and principals based, in part, on student performance.
Georgia Southern University's Center for Sustainability will host a number of events throughout April that are designed to improve and protect the environment and change behavior when it comes to food, energy, water and waste. The focal point is "No Impact Week," to be held next week.
Statesboro leaders plan to cut spending next year in response to the expected end of the apartment-building boom the city is experiencing.
Local legend, poignant real-life situations and bizarre stretches of the imagination brought laughter, reaction and applause as the fifth annual Statesboro Film Festival displayed eight short films by local artists Thursday night.
The Coastal Georgia Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure recently announced that it awarded a record $345,000 in grants that will fund a range of community services from educational programs to screening mammograms.
Beaver Run RV Park in Excelsior will host the second annual Southern Gospel Music Fest this weekend.
A man was arrested for growing marijuana after state agents investigating reported child pornography offenses found pot plants in a Harvey Drive home, police said.
Students at Georgia Southern University are giving an annual fundraiser a second date in Bulloch County.
Statesboro firefighters will hold a free child car seat installation Friday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Statesboro Mall.
A well-known and respected Statesboro businessman was remembered Wednesday for his character, his sense of family, and his business ethics.
The Bulloch County school board has settled the question of who will be the principal of Southeast Bulloch Middle School for the next year.
Twenty young men, middle school- and high school-aged, recently attended a daylong event to learn the art of being godly gentlemen.
ATLANTA - Lawyers for a Georgia death row inmate asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to prevent the execution of their client, who they say is mentally disabled.
The Averitt Center is rolling out the red carpet for local celebrities. Its second annual Emma Awards Ceremony will be held on Saturday, June 8, at 6 p.m.
Southeast Bulloch High School will trade one familiar face for another.
The body of a man who drowned Tuesday in the Ogeechee River was recovered Wednesday afternoon.
Lightning flashed Tuesday as searchers combed the Ogeechee River, seeking a man believed to have drowned near Halcyondale Landing in Screven County.
Plans to add a new pedestrian path downtown have come to fruition at Statesboro's Luetta Moore Park.
Four-year high school graduation rates for Bulloch County and Georgia rose, for the most part, for the class of 2012 compared to the previous graduating class, according to data released Tuesday.
A woman was arrested after her 2-year-old fell out of her vehicle Sunday.
By NOMAAN MERCHANT
MOORE, Okla. - Search-and-rescue crews worked through the night after a monstrous tornado barreled through the Oklahoma City suburbs, demolishing an elementary school and reducing homes to piles of splintered wood. At least 24 people were killed, including at least seven children, and those numbers were expected to climb.
MOORE, Okla. - A monstrous tornado at least a half-mile wide roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to 200 mph. At least 51 people were killed, and officials said the death toll was expected to rise.
A Pembroke man was killed Sunday when his motorcycle struck a car turning left.
Lightning struck a Stilson-area home Sunday afternoon, causing a fire that destroyed the two-story structure.