Taste of the Town - March 4, 2009
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, March 4, 2008
As President Barack Obama officially declares March as Red Cross Month, the 66th year a president has done so, agencies across the nation, including the Bulloch County Chapter, are feeling the bite of an ailing economy.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, March 3, 2008
"That was fabulous!" "We thoroughly enjoyed it!" were comments heard as theater goers exited the Emma Kelly Theater this past weekend. Averitt STARS has once again brought a fun, lively musical to the Emma Kelly Stage as they presented the Broadway musical hit, "Mame."
On Highway 80 heading north from Statesboro sits William James Middle School. In addition to 550 students and 38 teachers, the school has a team of three counselors who assist the faculty and staff.
As Spc. Malinda Odom held her 15-month-old son Jase, it was clear who she'll miss most on her upcoming deployment to Afghanistan.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, March 2, 2008
In spite of threatening weather, hundreds braved the rain to pay tribute to Dr. Michael Guido, world-renowned evangelist whose joyful voice and "Seeds from the Sower" ministry made his name a household word.
The Center for Irish Studies in partnership with Locos Restaurant in Statesboro will play host to Harry O'Donoghue for two nights, Monday and Tuesday. Admission is free.
To watch the Web cast of Sunday's Memorial Service at 3 p.m., click on link:
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, February 27, 2008
Registration for kindergarten classes along with the lottery for Pre-K in Bulloch County schools begins Monday. All elementary schools now have a Pre-K program and so do Statesboro High and Southeast Bulloch High.
The voluntary, curbside collection of recyclables that has been offered to Statesboro, Brooklet and Portal residents for several years will end Sept. 1, county officials say.
The memorial statue of a Confederate soldier standing on the Bulloch County Courthouse square will be once again discussed during a Bulloch County Commission meeting.
Russell Keen, Georgia Southern University's vice president for external affairs, is leaving to join Georgia Regents University as executive vice president for external relations and chief of staff to incoming GRU President Brooks A. Keel.
Keep Bulloch Beautiful was a successful program while it lasted, but budget cuts and personnel attrition led to its demise, and Bulloch County commissioners do not anticipate its resurrection soon.
A man arrested last week on armed robbery charges isn't who he said he was, police said.
Georgia Southern University has confirmed that one of the four Marines killed in the shootings Thursday at two military sites in Chattanooga, Tenn., was a former GSU student, Skip Wells.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - A gunman unleashed a barrage of fire at a recruiting center and another U.S. military site a few miles apart in Chattanooga on Thursday, killing at least four Marines, officials said. The attacker was also killed.
Portal police Chief Jason Sapp is back on duty after a two-week suspension regarding personal car repairs that were billed to the city.
After 17 years on the Statesboro City Council, Gary Lewis says he will not seek re-election in November and will retire from council at the end of the year.
Because the Donehoo-Brannen-NeSmith mansion is a private home, most Statesboro residents have only glimpsed its stone steps, wide porch and fluted columns while traveling down Savannah Avenue. However, over the next few days, the neoclassical house's air of mystery will be lifted, granting locals an up-close look at the home and its contents as the owners open their lawn for an estate sale, placing several generations of antiques and family heirlooms up for purchase.
BASTROP, Texas - No citizens were rounded up and imprisoned at Wal-Mart. Tanks didn't rumble down city streets in a declaration of martial law.
City Council members who took part in the latest work session for a new Statesboro Alcoholic Beverages Ordinance favored setting a definite time – the time discussed was 11 p.m. – for restaurants that serve alcohol to stop admitting anyone under age 21.
A $5,000 reward is offered for information leading to an arrest in the June 6 homicide of a Brooklet woman.
When Janina Jones' name was picked as the winner of the Statesboro Herald's first "60-Second Grocery Grab" last year, she knew where she was headed first at Ken's IGA in Brooklet – the meat department.
A man convicted of vehicular manslaughter after a September 2012 crash was sentenced Friday.