A 15-year-old teen remains in critical condition after a possibly gang-related shooting Tuesday night around 8:23 p.m. at Luetta Moore Park on Church Street, police said. A second victim, Gregtavious Wallace, 19, is listed in stable condition. Both suffered from multiple gunshot wounds, said Statesboro Police Capt. Scott Brunson.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, March 10, 2008
Three women suffered injury Tuesday morning when one driver failed to yield and pulled into the path of another driver.
It's nearly Spring and that means it's time for the Averitt Center's Annual Birdies and BBQ Fundraiser.
The Zach S. Henderson Library at Georgia Southern University recently was selected to exhibit a nationally-renowned traveling show that celebrates the life of one of America's Founding Fathers.
Everybody at Southeast Bulloch Middle School can't wait for Wednesday to come: Wednesday is "Chicken Day."
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, March 9, 2008
CLAXTON - Steve Smith, president of The Evans County Wildlife Club, has announced that the 42nd Rattlesnake Roundup Festival in Claxton will take place on Saturday, March 14th, and Sunday, March 15th, in the Claxton-Evans Industrial Park on Highway 280 West in Claxton.
Georgia Southern University Police are seeking information regarding a burglary attempt that occurred early Friday morning.
Volunteers will call on businesses this week soliciting funds for Ogeechee Technical College's annual "iGot" (I Gave to Ogeechee Tech) campaign to raise money for the Ogeechee Tech Foundation.
Statesboro Police officers responding to a reported fight found a number of people arguing about a burglary, Chief Stan York said.
A man charged with beating a woman and stealing her prescription pain pills was back in jail three days after being bonded out – this time on traffic charges, police said.
A Bulloch County jury found a Clito man not guilty of child molestation charges Thursday.
It was "Read Across America Day" Friday at Nevils Elementary School. Students and staff packed the gymnasium for a rally to encourage everyone to read and celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, March 6, 2008
ATLANTA - Georgia's agriculture commissioner can set a packing date for the state's famed Vidalia onions, an appeals court has ruled.
About 30 trucks, cars and motorcycles paraded from Wal-Mart on Northside Drive to the Bulloch County Courthouse Sunday afternoon after a brief rally in support of the Confederate battle flag.
Statesboro's Mainstreet Farmers Market shows up in some "best of" lists, and recently moved up in the "101 Best Farmers Markets in America" published by the food and drink website The Daily Meal.
Georgia law requires all boaters born on or after Jan. 1, 1998, to take a boating education course before operating a motorized vessel on the state's waters. This requirement is an effort to educate boaters and increase safety awareness. Persons needing to meet these requirements can take online courses or a classroom course offered by conservation officers at select locations around the state. For information about online courses, go to www.goboatgeorgia.com and click "Boating," then "Boater Education."
The business and banking community breathed a long sigh of relief as the regulatory order for Statesboro's Farmers and Merchants Bank was lifted by the FDIC.
For the second consecutive year, Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch County and United Way of Southeast Georgia are partnering for "Fill the Bus," an annual back-to-school supply drive. Fill the Bus allows citizens the opportunity to provide school supplies for children in need in the Bulloch County school system.
Having been an outdoorsman all his life and spending 21 years as a Boy Scout leader, Eagle Scout Richard Morriss' love of nature recently took him a few steps farther - approximately 5 million steps, in fact.
While 48 percent of the Bulloch County Schools' students are ethnic minorities, including 37.3 percent who are African-American, only 13.8 percent of the school system's certified teachers and administrators are minorities, including 12.3 percent who are African-American.
A fast moving thunderstorm that hit Statesboro about 4:30 Saturday afternoon delayed the Firecracker Fest at Mill Creek Park, but didn't dampen the annual celebration of the Fourth of July. By the time the fireworks show started at 9:15, the park was jammed with thousands joining in the giant party for the 239th birthday of the United States.
ATLANTA - Teachers and state employees in Georgia are paying more for their health care than other public sector employees, according to a new study by the state Department of Community Health.
Statesboro Mayor Jan Moore was elected to the board of directors of the Georgia Municipal Association during the GMA's annual meeting in Savannah June 28.
CHICAGO - For nearly a century, insulin has been a life-saving diabetes treatment. Now scientists are testing a tantalizing question: What if pills containing the same medicine patients inject every day could also prevent the disease?
WASHINGTON - Even after another month of strong hiring in June and a sinking unemployment rate, the U.S. job market just isn't what it used to be.
A man who initiated a petition to remove the Confederate memorial statue from the Bulloch County Courthouse Square will speak during the Bulloch County Commission meeting Tuesday.
Bulloch County Commissioners passed the 2016 budget Tuesday, contingent upon the passing of a tax increase proposal next month.