President George Bush was greeted by more than well-wishers during his visit to Statesboro Monday.
The day after a historic visit from President George W. Bush, things got back to normal in Statesboro, but everyone was still talking about the event.
With Georgia Southern University's Hanner Fieldhouse packed to overflowing, President George W. Bush was met with a loud and enthusiastic crowd Monday when he stopped in Statesboro to show support for Republican Congressional candidate Max Burns.
For those who can't wait for Election Day to cast your ballot, early voting in Georgia will begin today and run though Friday at the Bulloch County Courthouse.
While thousands gathered inside Hanner Fieldhouse for a rally in support of Max Burns, hundreds more were left outside, including several school groups, even though they had tickets to the event.
Some Statesboro streets will be closed today to accommodate a visit by President George W. Bush, who is expected to speak during the "Georgia Victory 2006 Rally" at 11 a.m at Hanner Fieldhouse.
Protesters during President George Bush's Monday appearance at Georgia Southern University probably won't get very close to the president.
A capacity crowd filled Hanner Fieldhouse Monday morning for a campaign rally for Republican Max Burns that featured President George W. Bush.
Residents from the Bulloch County area brought out their favorite furry friends Saturday to the field next to the Honey Bowen Building in Statesboro to enjoy the annual Pet Fun Day.
By BOBBY NESMITH
Statesboro police have arrested three men in connection with an attempted armed robbery early Friday morning.
It's time to fall back, Bulloch County! Remember to set your clocks back one hour.
Monday, the "whole country's going to have its eyes on Statesboro," White House Press Secretary Tony Snow said Friday.
Local law enforcement officials met Thursday with United States Secret Service agents to determine security needs and procedures for President George W. Bush's expected visit Monday.
For the second straight year, two Bulloch County public schools were recognized as two of the top performers under the state's accountability system.
Statesboro police say foul play is not suspected in the death of Brooke Edwards, a Georgia Southern University student who was found unresponsive at her off-campus apartment Friday morning.
Jury selection for the trial of two men accused of committing a "hit-style" murder was postponed Monday when a Bulloch County Superior Court judge moved to turn the case over to another judge.
ATLANTA - A new study suggests the growing share of income paid to the rich could raise the costs of a Republican proposal to replace Georgia's income tax with an expanded sales tax.
The 28th annual Georgia Peanut Tour will be held Tuesday through Thursday, centrally located out of the Savannah area.
If you believe in yesterday or have had a hard day's night, then the Averitt Center for the Arts invites you to get your ticket to ride and relive Beatlemania on Saturday.
Southern Boys BBQ, open just six weeks, is catering tailgating traditions that have been going on longer than it has been in business.
When my daughter Edie Grace was 5, her favorite Disney movie was "Ice Princess." She must have watched that movie a thousand times before she actually had the opportunity to hit the ice.
A suspicious package found Monday morning at the Statesboro Veterans Affairs office turned out to be only a couple boxes of books.
An 18-year-old Georgia Southern University student was found unresponsive Friday at her off-campus apartment, and she was later pronounced dead, the university announced Monday morning.
Three of Southeast Bulloch High School's (SEBHS) student organizations are joining together to host the Colors of Cancer Week Tailgate on Friday, Sept. 19, beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the outdoor cafeteria courtyard in front of the school. The event is free of charge and will include a meal and guest speaker prior to the SEBHS vs. Dodge County football game. Students will be selling event T-shirts for $10, and the money raised will be used to make care packages for local oncology patients.
If you are a veteran who served the United States in combat during any major military conflict or war, the Statesboro Herald would like to hear from you.
There are so many good things to say about Georgia Southern three games into its tenure as an FBS football program.
Administrators seeking to expand Bulloch County's alternative school to a full day of classes for each student and to add a math teacher and counselor provided cost estimates Thursday to the Board of Education.
The sudden, dramatic rise of the Islamic State terrorist group taking over large swaths of land in Iraq and Syria has prompted much discussion, consternation and fear around the world.