Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, April 2, 2008
The city council voted Tuesday to put off for a month the signing of an agreement with VC3, a technology consulting firm putting together a business plan for the deployment of a wireless system in Statesboro.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Georgia Southern University is slated to be the first customer for the City of Statesboro's water re-use system.
A man raped a teenage girl in the back seat of a car while another woman drove them around the Portal area, investigators said.
As the finishing touches were put on the newly-paved roads and drainage improvement, Bulloch County leaders discovered problems with a $500,000 community development block grant that was supposed to pay for those improvements to the Lake Collins community west of Portal.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, March 31, 2008
Faculty, staff and students of Georgia Southern University will come together Wednesday morning for their annual Honors Day Convocation. Held at the Performing Arts Center, the university will honor their own with more than 200 awards, including Professor of the Year.
Most musicians are either technical or artistic. Statesboro High School's Melanie Schmid is both. Once she picks up her French horn, the instrument becomes an extension of her arms. Her fingers glide across the keys of the horn, as she coaxes from her instrument sounds that please and amaze, as they resonate around the room.
One of America's most versatile musical ensembles is coming to the Performing Arts Center (PAC) at Georgia Southern University.
The Dallas Brass will perform in concert at the PAC on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. A highlight of the performance will be a joint performance with the Dallas Brass and bands from Statesboro High and Southeast Bulloch High.
Brooklet Elementary School students, faculty and staff raised more than $7,000 after holding a mini-Relay for Life Friday at the school. Students walked around a make-shift track in front of the school, jumped rope and held several tug of wars.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, March 28, 2008
A Brannen Street woman remains in critical condition after surgery for wounds inflicted by her son, who attacked her Thursday afternoon with an axe, police said.
Georgia Southern University's School of Nursing was recently chosen as part of a test program in which 100 schools received funding to pilot their first-ever White Coat Ceremony.
If you just can't wait until Nov. 4 to vote, your time is just about here.
Connie Shumake King's admiration of her brother Carlis Louis Shumake Jr. goes beyond simple family affiliation. She calls him "Superman."
After diagnosing Statesboro as having an underage drinking problem, police leaders this week proposed a treatment that involves hiring an alcoholic beverage control officer, creating a "hospitality review board" and giving licensees a role in policing themselves.
PERRY, Ga. - One Republican highlights the nation's lackluster recovery since the Great Recession. Less than an hour later, another GOP candidate from the same state gets attacked for it.
Stopping in Statesboro 25 days before the votes are counted, U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn reminded local Democrats of her stands for an increase in the minimum wage, for immigration reform and for universal access to prekindergarten.
When 35-year-old Bulloch County native Christina Canady stepped off the plane in January, she weighed 66 pounds and didn't know how much longer she would live.
Educational and recreational improvements at Ohoopee Dunes Wildlife Management Area will be celebrated in a ceremony Tuesday at the WMA, near Swainsboro.
Linda Fix, a Southeast Bulloch High School English teacher, was named Bulloch County's top instructor during a brief reception Thursday.
NEW YORK - The stock market had its worst day of the year Thursday, just 24 hours after recording its best.
The Savannah Jaycees have planned an event for Tuesday that they hope will lead to a new chapter of the civic organization based in Statesboro.
Overall, Bulloch County public school students who graduated in 2014 posted slightly higher scores on the SAT college-entrance exam than their counterparts in the Class of 2013, bucking state and national trends.
The Hearts and Hands Clinic was recently awarded a $26,902 through the Georgia Access to Care, Treatment and Services Breast Cancer License Tag Grant Program.
Ogeechee Technical College will work with area industries, two development authorities and a federal grant to equip a lab for industrial maintenance courses at a cost of almost $420,000, officials announced Wednesday.
Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade Chairman Charles Sheets remembers all too well having to cancel the annual parade a few years ago because of weather.