Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Thursday, November 27, 2008
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Lower gas prices mean more traveling, and the possibility of more accidents, said Georgia State Patrol Post 45 Cpl. Robert Balkcom.
When you consider the sheer number of Thanksgiving turkeys being defrosted at this very moment in refrigerators and sinks across Bulloch County, one thing is certain: Culinary disasters of all shapes and sizes are on the horizon.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Georgia Southern University president Bruce Grube announced Monday he would resign his position effective June 30, 2009 - exactly 10 years after he arrived on campus to serve as the university's 11th president.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, November 24, 2008
Two men robbed a local fast food restaurant just after midnight early Monday morning and took money from an employee counting the night's deposit.
The Main Street Farmers' Market will offer folks one more chance to shop for locally grown foods before their market season comes to an end. The parking lot of the downtown Sea Island Bank will, once again, be the sight of the Market. It is set for Tuesday evening from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, November 21, 2008
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Thursday, November 20, 2008
A police standoff ended peaceably Thursday around 6 p.m. when a man eluding arrest gave himself up to police at his mother's request.
Statesboro Police don't think three armed robbery incidents this week are related, but warn citizens that the holiday season also brings the crime season, with an increase in robberies, burglaries and other crimes.
Lines won't be likely today as some voters get in early to cast ballots for the run off elections. Bulloch County Probate Judge Lee DeLoach said he only expects about 15 percent of the county's voters to show up at the polls.
When it's all said and done, the Georgia Southern University Festival of Trees hopes to raise $3,000 for the local Toys for Tots campaign.
Lynn Vogel is at it again.
ATLANTA - Charter school supporters want the schools to be exempt from a state-run district that Gov. Nathan Deal is proposing to take over chronically failing institutions.
Bulloch County commissioners voted Tuesday to approve a bid for paving one of several county dirt roads slated for improvement.
Physically active work, mostly outdoors; experience as a certified lifeguard who can perform first aid and CPR; or alternatively, training and experience in pool maintenance or customer service at a park that will entertain well over 100,000 guests in a four-month season ...
One of my favorite quotes is by Sir Winston Churchill, "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." Much is required to whom much is given is the way it is explained Biblically. Nothing thrills me more than to learn about successful local businesses heeding those words in remarkable ways.
Editor's note: This article has been revised to clarify some confusion that had been presented in the initial article posted earlier this afternoon over exactly what parts of the Boys and Girls Club of Bulloch County's building were damaged.
The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association has announced that, due to the overwhelming response received in 2014, the first-of-its-kind Seventh Amendment Scholarship Essay Competition will return for a second year in 2015.
(Note: The original headline for this article read "Screven County High to perform 'Last Supper.'" This was incorrect -- the performers are not from SCHS but from the Maritime Ministry Players. The headline has been corrected to "Screven County High to host 'Last Supper' performance to more accurately reflect the content in the story. The editor apologizes for this mistake.)
Three young men were recently honored for achieving the highest Boy Scout rank in a triple Eagle Scout ceremony.
With entries ranging from a story about a woman falling for a serial killer to a look at why clowns are frightening to some people, the 2014 Statesboro Film Festival was an exciting evening for short film lovers of all genres.
The annual "Speak Up for Education" session, 6-8 p.m. Feb. 26 at Julia P. Bryant Elementary School, will among other things serve as the public hearing on the Bulloch County Schools' becoming what people in education circles call an "IE Squared" district.
Georgia Day will be celebrated on Thursday with a luncheon at noon in the Perry Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church Statesboro.
NEW YORK - This winter's nasty flu season has peaked and is clearly retreating, a new government report shows.
ATLANTA - Southern Co. might spend more than $8 billion to finish building a nuclear power plant in Georgia, or roughly 30 percent more than it originally budgeted, according to a recent analysis prepared for state utility regulators.
A Portal man was killed Thursday morning in a single vehicle crash on Ponderosa Road.