The Statesboro Kiwanis Rodeo is just under a week away, and local riders are encouraged to enter both the professional events as well as the ones just for fun.
Statesboro City Councilman John Riggs will hold a town hall-style meeting Tuesday with Georgia Southern students.
Southern, rural portions of Georgia are home to the state's least healthy counties, though Bulloch ranks in the top 25 percent, according to a comprehensive report released recently.
Will Fred Couples put himself into position to become the oldest winner of The Masters?
Statesboro Police solved a rash of burglaries Monday after arresting a man and a juvenile they said are responsible for five residential burglaries and one business burglary.
With the release of 2010 Census figures, the City of Statesboro is beginning the process of evaluating population growth and determining whether the city's five districts need to be reshaped.
Day 2 begins at Augusta and Vince Johnson looks at the storylines going into the second round of The Masters.
Georgia Democrats are conducting a statewide listening and speaking tour this week to gather support for a plan that would allow current high school seniors and college students to retain their full HOPE Scholarships.
A man who drove his car onto a display ramp at a local car dealership was arrested after the car caught fire and he punched a man trying to save him.
A traffic stop by a Georgia State Patrol Nighthawk trooper ended in a foot chase and drug arrests Wednesday.
The ongoing effort by Georgia Southern football coach Jeff Monken and Statesboro businessman Bubba Hunt to earn the right to kiss a pig resumes Saturday with a "Porker Run" to benefit the American Diabetes Association's 2011 Kiss-a-Pig campaign.
When Mitzi Proffitt learned of the Parent to Parent IMPACT Award, the agency's Southeast Georgia coordinator immediately thought of Don Garrick.
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Wild winds returned to the county early Tuesday morning, little more than a week after a tornado wrought havoc in the Portal area.
The Statesboro City Council entered into executive session Tuesday, during its regularly scheduled meeting, to discuss personnel matters, including the outlook for filling its city manager position.
The Statesboro Herald and members of the community would like to recognize the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces on Veterans ...