Zombies, ghosts, pirates and princesses prepare for Downtown Statesboro's Scare on the Square.
A Statesboro mayoral candidate is facing a lawsuit from an attorney who says he has not paid her more than $20,000 in legal fees.
A Florida woman was killed Tuesday afternoon in a crash on Interstate 16 near Statesboro. Natina Diana Wright, 31, of Titusville, was driving a passenger van on westbound I-16 when it left the highway as she turned onto the off-ramp for Exit 127 at 5:25 p.m., according to Georgia State Patrol reports. Her van struck a culvert, but no additional details were included in preliminary reports. The accident remains under investigation by the GSP Specialized ...
With two weeks remaining until voters choose Statesboro's next mayor, all four candidates shared a stage Tuesday night to spread their messages to an attending and viewing audience.
Lamar Dodd spent a lifetime in the arts, a prolific painter for most of his 90 years. More impressive yet, he seems to have been reborn again and again through the years, creating in new styles, seeing the world through new eyes - and revealing it to us all.
Two candidates for Statesboro's District 1 City Council seat shared ideas and concerns Tuesday night during a forum hosted by the Statesboro Herald.
The Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair brings a great deal more to the table than thrill rides and funnel cakes.
Editor's note: This is the second of two articles profiling the two candidates for the Statesboro City Council District 1 office.
With zombies growling, sirens wailing, drums rolling and children laughing in delight, a colorful and exciting parade through downtown Statesboro Monday kicked off the 2013 Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair.
Borrowing the mantra of legendary football coach Erk Russell, Phil Boyum promised last year to "Do Right" by Statesboro District 1 voters.
When the six candidates for contested seats in Statesboro's city government appeared at the Democratic Party's Pancakes & Politics, residents asked personal questions about jobs and crime.
A man who ran a stop sign was also smoking marijuana in his truck, according to a Bulloch County Sheriff's deputy who said the man was also charged with illegal possession of prescription drugs.
Even though one man shouted a warning, it was too late to escape the law as drug agents and other officers on Mikell Street Thursday responded to a narcotics complaint, according to a Bulloch County Sheriff's Office report.
"I thought everyone knew how to boil water and cook rice," Azure Rountree's husband joked affectionately early in their marriage.
The Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair, serving seven counties, will see its 52nd year arrive with a parade kickoff at
JOHANNESBURG - Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world's most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died. He was 95.
Statesboro's Public Works Department intends to roll out a pair of vehicles this month that will be the first in a plan to save big dollars for the city.
If you are bored on Friday evening, you only have yourself to blame.
A runoff election assured to produce a historic result went down to the wire Tuesday.
BROOKLET - Despite a national news report's claims, Brooklet Elementary is not denying Christmas to anyone - students or teachers - school officials said Tuesday.
Tonight, we will likely know who the next mayor of Statesboro will be: Jonathan McCollar or Jan Moore.
Andrew Young will be the featured speaker at Georgia Southern University's 2014 MLK Celebration.
The November meeting of the Home Builders Association of Statesboro didn't have a typical guest speaker.
Georgia Southern University's Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art announces the Fall Student Made sale (formerly known as Club Mud Exhibition and Sale), which will take place Thursday through Thursday at the Center for Art & Theatre, 1334 Southern Drive.
Reacting to a group of teachers and community members worried that religious freedoms are being stripped from the classroom, the Bulloch County Board of Education held an impromptu meeting Monday to offer support that notion, but reaffirm its obligation to separate church and state.
FORT STEWART - Authorities are investigating after a man was found dead at a campsite on Fort Stewart.
Tuesday is the day.
There's never a dull day for the athletic director of a Football Bowl Subdivision program.
The holiday shopping season started as a marathon, not a sprint.
After a third bank burglary in Statesboro in recent months, police arrested a man they said is responsible for the crimes.