Statesboro City Council, Mayor Joe Brannen and interim City Manager Frank Parker will gather today for a work session and regularly-scheduled meeting in City Hall's second floor council chambers.
This week, Chris discusses the disappointing Southern Conference softball tournament, and offers rants on the NFL strike and other sports stories.
Listen to Swap, Buy or Sell - May 16, 2011
Despite a Georgia Supreme Court decision announced Monday that would cost the Charter Conservatory for Liberal Arts and Technology about $300,000 per year in state funding, the Statesboro school's assistant director remains optimistic about CCAT's future.
Bulloch County Commissioners are ready to move forward with a project voters approved years ago - providing it doesn't cost taxpayers money to operate.
Among the thousands of Georgia Southern University students donning caps and gowns for commencement today is a young man who doctors claimed would never live the moment.
Friday the 13th was rather uneventful in Statesboro, until a brief but violent storm battered the area and left behind a trail of downed trees, tangled utility lines and alarms going off at several businesses.
Listen to Swap, Buy or Sell - May 13, 2011
Dad gummit! It's happening again! According to those pesky "Canadians" and a well-heeled Christian group with a net worth of $160 million, the world will end May 21, 2011. What has put fear into the hearts of many is that their latest advertising does not ask for donations! Julie and I have been taking this very seriously as we will be participating in a garage sale this Saturday at a neighbor's house and we just finished correcting our Last Will and Testament. We are so clever as we left nothing to our children. Do the math.
A collection of city residents met with members of Statesboro City Council Thursday to evaluate, together, proposed maps for new, reformed council voting districts.
Five women were arrested Wednesday on truancy charges after reportedly failing to comply with school attendance laws.
With an effort that takes mere minutes and costs very little, citizens can help feed the hungry. By placing nonperishable or canned goods next to your mailbox Saturday morning, May 14, you can do your part in helping to "Stamp Out Hunger."
Listen to Swap, Buy or Sell - May 12, 2011
For his Eagle Scout project, Blaine Lovett designed and supervised construction of a foot bridge on the Bulloch Academy campus.
Retiring Georgia Southern University music professor Michael Braz will give a farewell performance to benefit music scholarships Sunday in the Carol A. Carter Recital Hall.
Jerome Davis will cut the ribbon Saturday on the much anticipated Flight Factory Entertainment Center located at 158 East Parrish Street.
Several Realtors from Statesboro Board of Realtors gathered alongside hundreds of their fellow Georgia Realtors for a day of advocacy and education at the Georgia ...
A Statesboro man faces murder charges for the drug-related shooting death of a man at The Grove Apartments March 9.
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Last week's deep freeze in the Southeast appears to have nearly wiped out Georgia's blueberries and South Carolina's peaches ...
The Ogeechee International History Film Festival will make its debut in Statesboro Friday and Saturday as the very first film festival in the United States ...
There was a celebration of the gift of life Thursday.
Statesboro Mayor Jan Moore and the two City Council members up for election this year, Phil Boyum in District 1 and John Riggs in District ...
Statesboro firefighters responded to a house fire on Whippoorwill Drive Thursday evening, but the structure was a total loss after hours of fighting the blaze.
American Legion Dexter Allen Post 90 celebrated the Legion's 98th birthday with appreciation awards, a cake and guest speakers on the Georgia Southern University ...
ATLANTA - Licensed gun owners could carry concealed handguns on public college campuses under legislation backed by a Senate committee Thursday evening, with a new exemption ...
A man wanted in connection to a murder in Swainsboro was apprehended in Statesboro Thursday.
With her poster depicting a conveyor belt moving industries into Georgia, Bethany Boyer, a William James Middle School seventh-grader, captured the statewide grades 6-8 prize ...
A federal grand jury indicted a Collins man last week, charging him with several counts of burglarizing Tattnall County post offices.
A Statesboro businessman was arrested Tuesday for the second time in four years on charges of insurance fraud.
What may be winter's last gasp – an icy blast of below-freezing temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday nights – may have a harmful impact on fruit crops ...