Rising country music star Luke Bryan is coming back to Statesboro and Georgia Southern Monday to open his inaugural Farm Tour show.
Friday on "Mornings unPHILtered," host Phil Boyum's first guest was the Averitt Center for the Arts Artist in Residence Lindsay Jenkins. Jenkins offers art classes for youth and adults every Thursday at the Averitt. The youth classes run from 4 – 5:15 p.m. and the adult classes run from 5:30 - 6:45 p.m., and cost $20 each. Jenkins also offers private lessons for those who prefer personal instruction.
It was "GSU sports" day Thursday on "Mornings unPHILtered." Host Phil Boyum's guests were Statesboro Herald's sports editor, Matt 'Skipper' Yogus, and chief videographer, Vince Johnson.
The scene Wednesday at DeLoach-Moore Cemetery, a private family cemetery off Caddie Greene Road in Evans County, could be described in one word: devastation.
(Each Tuesday though Saturday, Statesboro Herald correspondent Roger Allen will write about newsmakers on Phil Boyum's "Mornings unPHILtered" Web audio and radio program.)
A vice president and provost from Northern Illinois University will be the last of six finalists applying to become the 12th president of Georgia Southern University to visit the university campus when he comes to Statesboro this week.
Police arrested two more suspects in a recent armed robbery, said Statesboro Police Chief Stan York.
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.
Ogeechee Technical College honored three faculty and staff members Wednesday with an awards reception in the Joe Kennedy Building lobby.
One of the region's most popular fall festival will take place this weekend: Portal's 28th Annual Catface Country Turpentine Festival will kick off Saturday with a parade, and the fun will roll over to Sunday, offering visitors two full days of music, great food, fun and more.
A man police said is responsible for at least three, possibly more burglaries in the downtown Statesboro area is behind bars, said Statesboro Police Chief Stan York.
Second and third graders at Mattie Lively Elementary School performed "How the Penguins Saved Christmas."
Images from the 2014 downtown Statesboro Holiday Celebration
Peaceful protesters walk from Georgia Southern to Bulloch courthouse, call for unity, equal rights.
On Tuesday, Nov. 25 2014, clergy and members of local churches joined together in prayer and song to celebrate the true meaning of Thanksgiving.
The Statesboro Herald and members of the community would like to recognize the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces on Veterans ...
Over 100 participated in the 2014 Zombie Run 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, October 25 to help raise funds for local health organizations, including ...
The Georgia Southern football team took the practice fields at Beautiful Eagle Creek Thursday to kick off their first fall camp after officially joining the ...
Under the direction of Statesboro Youth Ballet director Jurijs Safonovs, dance students completed two weeks of rigorous study at the Averitt Center for the Arts ...
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