Georgia Southern President Brooks Keel announced Wednesday the university's intent to kick-off a major capital fundraising campaign to fund continued growth and advancements in the college's quality of education.
For the first time in history, a husband and wife team was honored as the Statesboro Herald Humanitarians of the Year during the 2011 Deen Day Smith Service to Mankind Awards gala.
Imagine living in a dugout hole, with pine limbs stacked overhead and only a blanket over them to keep out the wind and rain.
Despite concerns regarding rising health care costs, and a shortfall in 2011, Statesboro city officials project a balanced budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
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Statesboro High School's Extreme Mousemobiles Team won second place at the State Odyssey of the Mind finals in Columbus last week, qualifying them for the World Odyssey of the Mind finals at the University of Maryland, May 27-30.
Beautiful spring weather and huge crowds greeted the first annual Statesboro Kiwanis Rodeo when it rode into town for two shows last weekend.
If there were game stats for academics, Statesboro High School science teacher Richard McCombs would be one of science's most winning coaches.
The 23rd Annual Deen Day Smith Service to Mankind Awards banquet will feature Lonice Barrett, special assistant for Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.
Take something destined for the trash and turn it into art. That was the challenge put forth earlier this year when the Averitt Center for the Arts sent out a call for a new public sculpture.
Viewers laughed, sighed with compassion, and appeared to thoroughly enjoy themselves Thursday night at the Third Annual Statesboro Film Festival, which gave amateur filmmakers the chance to debut short productions.
If you like southern Gospel music, then you'll love the "Southern Gospel Sounds with Brian Holt" show on SBH Radio. In fact, even if you're not a fan of Gospel music, give Brian's show a try and you just might enjoy what you hear.
Chris Halbert is a Brunswick native who loves sports, especially all the teams at Georgia Southern. (And someday he even plans to finish his degree at GSU.)
A man investigators said repeatedly molested a 14-year-old girl turned himself in Tuesday after Bulloch County Sheriff's Inv. Bill Black secured warrants for his arrest.
The second of Statesboro City Council's regularly scheduled April meetings yielded a clearer picture of the city's plans for revising council districts.
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 ...