The Statesboro City Council unanimously let stand a decision of the Alcohol Control Board to suspend the alcohol license of Oasis for 120 days and fine the restaurant $7,000 for a second and third violation of the city's alcohol ordinance.
Voters need to take the time to educate themselves about the candidates and issues on the ballot prior to entering the polls to vote, Bulloch County Election Superintendent Lee DeLoach said Thursday in front of a group of senior citizens.
This year's Walk for Diabetes will have a different flair from previous years as there will be a parade included.
A number of Bulloch County teachers are likely smiling after receiving grants from the Foundation for Public School Education in Bulloch County.
Statesboro Police investigators have four Waycross men in custody they say were involved in a shooting incident Saturday that left one dead and two injured.
Horse lovers are invited to a Trick-or-Treat Trail Ride and Halloween costume contest for both horses and riders Saturday, Oct. 28, at Quanah Stables in Stilson.
The two candidates vying to represent Georgia's 12th Congressional District squared off at a forum Monday night discussing topics ranging from immigration and the war on terror to the minimum wage and agriculture issues.
Northland Cable customers who found they could not surf the Internet Tuesday can blame the beavers.
The rotunda at Georgia Southern was transformed Wednesday into a collection of treasures, anchors and other pirate-themed designs, all made out of donated canned goods and clothing.
Even though the deadline has passed to register for the upcoming November election, a group of students are still working to register students to vote in future elections.
Police have identified a second suspect in Saturday's early-morning homicide and are working to identify a third man believed to have been involved in the shooting that left one man dead, and another man and a woman wounded.
Amusements of America is packing up the midway this morning, leaving the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair in Statesboro for another fair in the next town.
Investigators are searching for a man they said killed one victim and injured two others in an early-morning shooting Saturday on Orange Street.
A Statesboro man who claims he was barred from running for city council last year has appealed a lower court's ruling to the Georgia Supreme Court.
Today is the last day of the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair, and traditionally, the last night is the biggest night as far as the crowd goes.
A Sylvania woman was killed Wednesday morning when her car was struck by a Norfolk Southern Railways work truck, police said.
While the term "legendary" is casually used to describe many performers – a number who don't deserve that lofty label – Blind Willie McTell is truly a legend. And he is – rightfully – the pride of Statesboro, where he spent his formative years.
Note: The following is part of an occasional series about "unsung heroes" in the Bulloch County school system.
First Friday returns this month in all its green glory.
A pending move to allow closed-container beer and wine to be sold at drive-thru windows generated more discussion. But Statesboro City Council on Tuesday also approved a six-month moratorium on new alcohol licenses for previously licensed locations shut down by court order.
The $7.6 billion purchase of Health Management Associates by Community Health Systems makes East Georgia Regional Medical Center an affiliate of the largest for-profit chain of hospitals in the United States.
Ministers from several Statesboro churches will mark Ash Wednesday by offering "Ashes to Go," a new approach to a centuries-old Christian tradition.
Two teenagers have been arrested in a series of vehicle break-ins at Statesboro High School, police said.
Monica Easter and Terri Mason know the pain, physical and emotional, of recovering from an abortion.
The city is now advertising for three new firefighters as the Statesboro Fire Department expands its force to 48 paid, certified firefighters. Counting the two administrative assistants, it will be a 50-employee department.
Speak with anyone who knew former state Rep. and retired educator John Godbee Sr., and the word that comes up most often is "fair."
Editor's note: This article has been revised to reflect the following clarification, which will appear in Tuesday's print edition. One of the criteria the federal government used to determine which states won a share of $4 billion in Race to the Top funding in 2010 was that the states adopted "common, high quality standards." A front-page article Sunday stated that one of the criteria was states adopting the Common Core State Standards. These standards, while the only multi-state standards that meet the criterion in question, were not actually specified by name in Race to the Top instructions given ...
The 2014 campaign season is already well underway, but it officially kicks off Monday with qualifying week.
From her earliest days until her last ones this side of heaven, Mrs. Billie Lane loved music.
By the time you read this, Michael Austin, Bulloch County's 2014 Spelling Bee Champion, might already be taking the stage to compete against champions from 17 other counties at the District 8 Spelling Bee in Waycross.