Mary C. Cromley is the FFA chapter president at Southeast Bulloch High School and the FFA Area Four vice president, as well. During the summer, she traveled with SEB agricultural science teacher and FFA adviser Yvette Smith to Washington, D.C., for the National FFA Leadership Conference.
Leaders from four educational entities met Wednesday for a round table discussion, hosted by the Statesboro-Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce and Ogeechee Technical College.
Two popular fund raising events for diabetes research will be combined Saturday as the American Diabetes Association's Duck For Diabetes is held in conjunction with the "Step Out: Walk for Diabetes" event.
Tommy Palmer calls his book "The Daisy Boys Club" and that isn't just some figurative reference to a close circle of boys growing up in Daisy, Ga.
It was a double shot of Georgia politics on Tuesday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show. Georgia's two United States Senators, Johnny Isakson and Saxby Chambliss appeared on the show-Isakson via a segment he taped Monday inside the Statesboro Herald's audio studio and Chambliss via a live call in.
Two men believed to be responsible for breaking into a car at the U.S. 302 North Ogeechee River landing Saturday are behind bars, thanks to cooperation between Bulloch County Sheriff's deputies and Statesboro Police officers.
Two of three charges against a 15-year-old accused of molesting a 7-year-old family friend require the teen to be tried as an adult, said Ogeechee Judicial Circuit Assistant District Attorney Kathy Bradley.
Sharon Pye teaches health care science at Southeast Bulloch High School. Pye recently was named the Georgia Health Care Science Technology Educators Association's Health Care Science Educator of the Year during the organization's summer conference in Atlanta.
As anticipated, the Statesboro City Council took no action at a special called meeting Monday morning.
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art presents "The Circus, Greatest Show on Earth," an exhibition of paintings by faculty emeritus Joe Olson.
Max Manack, chairman of the Georgia Southern University Foundation board of directors, and a 1983 University graduate, was selected as chairman of the 37th annual A Day For Southern campaign.
Three Statesboro City Council members requested a special called meeting for Monday to discuss the possibility of asking City Manager Shane Haynes to resign. But since the mayor and two council members cannot attend, no action is expected at the meeting.
SYLVANIA - While the purchase of a small-town hospital by a group of doctors is not a common practice in Georgia or even the U.S., Screven County Hospital CEO George St. George said it was precisely that unusual opportunity that steered the county's Hospital authority to decide to sell.
CLAXTON - One young lady will go down in history today as she is crowned the very first "Miss Evans County Chick." The pageant is a warm up for the inaugural Evans County Chick'n Pick'n Festival set for Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Evans County Wildlife Club facility.
METTER - Steven Rigdon and Greg Ponder, owners of the new Movie Store in Metter, celebrated with family and friends Friday morning during a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony for their new movie rental business.
Under the direction of Statesboro Youth Ballet director Jurijs Safonovs, dance students completed two weeks of rigorous study at the Averitt Center for the Arts ...
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