ATLANTA - Determining what treatment to pursue for former President Jimmy Carter's cancer will depend on its type, its origin and factors such as age and health, doctors said.
The entire Candler County community remains in a state of shock following last month's sudden death of a Metter High School student.
A Sandersville man was killed Monday morning in a single-vehicle logging truck accident near Sylvania.
A man found dead in his car in the middle of a Register-area peanut field Tuesday died of natural causes, said Bulloch County Coroner Jake Futch.
Noting that she is the first woman and the first nurse to serve as president of Georgia Southern University, Dr. Jean Bartels welcomed GSU employees to a new academic year Wednesday morning. Classes begin Monday for most of the expected 20,500 students.
The team supporting Statesboro's selection in the America's Best Communities contest submitted a progress report last week on how it plans to move from quarterfinalist to semi-finalist status in the next round.
Former Bulloch County Schools Superintendent Lewis Holloway was placed on paid administrative leave Tuesday from his current position as superintendent for the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District in Mississippi. Holloway was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of simple assault by threat.
No charges are expected regarding the death of a Statesboro teen from a fall Saturday night on South Zetterower Avenue.
ATLANTA - Regulators should cut Georgia Power's profits as the cost of its new nuclear plant rises, making it a less-attractive financial deal for the public, an environmental group said.
Several hundred people, many of them teenagers from schools across Bulloch County, gathered Monday night on the grounds of Statesboro High to pray, light candles and remember Jordan Aubrey.
In 1945, Albert Roesel returned to Statesboro with an electrical engineering degree from Georgia Tech and began working with Harry A. Sack in his small residential electrical, plumbing and HVAC company.
The Eagles have sold tens of millions of albums since their debut in 1971 and they still draw huge crowds to concerts every year. 7 Bridges Band is the best-known Eagles tribute band and they will bring "the ultimate Eagles experience" concert to the Statesboro High School auditorium on Thursday at 7 p.m.
A recent training exercise helped prepare local law enforcement agencies for the possibility of an "active shooter" situation. The Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) program, hosted by Georgia Southern University police and organized by the Statesboro FBI office, involved officers from several local agencies including the Statesboro and Brooklet police, Bulloch County Sheriff's Office, Georgia State Patrol, Statesboro GBI and more.
Statesboro Atheists and Secular Humanists recently presented more than $5,000 to the Statesboro Food Bank to help pay its operating expenses.
About 100 members of the Up with People cast touring North America in 2015 will be in Statesboro for the week of Aug. 24–31. While in Bulloch County, the cast will participate in various local service projects and live with local host families. And on Friday, Aug. 28 at 7 p.m., Up with People will perform a variety show at Statesboro High School for the public.
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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