Southeast Bulloch High School recently received a Bronze Award from Kathy Cox, the state superintendent of schools and the Governor's Office of Student Achievement for being one of 217 K-12 schools with the highest performance of students meeting and exceeding standards for the 2008 -2009 school year.
Host Phil Boyum had a little bit of Broadway on his Friday show to close out the week on "Mornings unPHILtered." Robert Ray and Courtenay Collins, who will perform "2 for Broadway" on stage at the Emma Kelly Theater Saturday night at the Averitt Center, joined him in the studio. The show first premiered at the Atlanta Lyric Byers Studio Theater.
Following a rousing NASCAR-themed video skit by Statesboro-Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce Chairman Dr. Ron Shiffler and several board of director members, local businessman Tommy David was honored as the 2010 Business Leader of the Year.
Broadway is coming to the Boro in a revue featuring more than 30 tunes from some of the world's best-loved musicals.
Thursday's guest on the "Morning unPHILtered" show was Albert Pertalion, the director of the Performing Arts Center at Georgia Southern.
When the National Collegiate Athletic Association presented its findings of an investigation spurring from allegations dating back to the 2007-08 Georgia Southern men's basketball season, the university was glad it was finally over.
Hundreds of Georgia Southern University students involved in more than 30 organizations are doing all they can to help the victims of the recent devastation by earthquake in Haiti.
Host Phil Boyum welcomed Jake Hallman, his former partner on the "Phil and Jake" Studio Statesboro show, to Wednesday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show. Hallman currently is a professional musician, a freelance photographer and columnist for the Connect Statesboro magazine.
United States Congressman Nathan Deal from North Georgia was the first guest on Tuesday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show. Deal is running for the Republican nomination for governor.
Bulloch County Superior Court Judge William Woodrum denied bond Tuesday for a man accused of killing an Ogeechee Technical College student with whom he was friends in high school.
Those Statesboro citizens who have enjoyed boiled peanuts and watermelon at the city's Public Works Department Annual Peanut Boil Appreciation Festival will want to come out Tuesday afternoon and thank the man that started it all.
The sun was shining, the skies were blue and everybody on Statesboro's North and West Main streets Monday seemed to be exuberant as they watched the 2010 Martin Luther King Day parade wind its way through downtown.
The first guest on Monday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show was Ed Sibbald, director of Center for Excellence in Financial Services at Georgia Southern University's College of Business Administration. The first subject he talked about with host Phil Boyum was a new bank tax that is being proposed for the nation's 50 largest "Wall Street" banks.
Six Statesboro restaurants and bars have their city alcoholic beverage licenses suspended beginning 8 a.m. Thursday for three to 21 days. City Council unanimously ...
All lanes of Interstate 16 were closed temporarily late Monday afternoon after a woman stripped off her clothes following a three-vehicle wreck.
The Statesboro Police Department is starting the new year with a fresh approach to providing - and collecting - information to and from the public.
Nearly one in four Georgia hospitals are being penalized by the federal government for high rates of patient injuries.
ATLANTA - Georgia lawmakers return to the state Capitol on Jan. 9 with a full slate of priorities. But questions remain about Gov. Nathan Deal's ...
Yes, 2016 certainly was a year to remember.
One of my most enjoyable columns each year is my Crystal Ball predictions for the New Year. I thought it would be fun to look ...
It was a Christmas miracle for sure.
It's that time of year to look back and reflect, and photography is still one of the very best ways to do that.
After getting grocery stores to hand out fliers to shoppers at Thanksgiving and Christmas, Ogeechee Technical College has a larger outreach planned for January to ...
There's a new sheriff in Bulloch County – and two new judges, a new Board of Commissioners chairman, two new commissioners, two new Board of ...
NEW YORK - Emotionally wrenching politics, foreign conflicts and shootings at home took a toll on Americans in 2016, but they are entering 2017 on an ...
Among the 20 Bulloch County and Ogeechee Judicial Circuit officials scheduled to be sworn in for new terms at 10 a.m. Thursday are nine ...
Swaddled in warm jackets and wrapped in scarves, hats and mittens, many gathered at the Bulloch County Courthouse Dec. 16 for the inaugural "Christmas at ...
ATLANTA - Georgia's governor and legislative leaders hope to quickly extend an annual tax on hospitals that covers a large share of state health care ...