Listen to Swap, Buy or Sell - April 5, 2011
You know you've got that award-winning film in you, but you just need a little more time.
A 7-year-old boy was airlifted to a burn center in Augusta Monday afternoon after he was burned while playing with gasoline.
With the "baby boom" generation hitting retirement age in record numbers, the demand for long-term care is increasing. Gentilly Gardens is meeting that demand by providing assisted living for those needing some extra help, as well as those with Alzheimers disease and dementia.
I thought it might be kind of fun to ask some local realtors what they felt was the most "interesting" real estate listing in their portfolio. I think their answers might surprise you.
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art played host to its annual ArtsFest 2011 on Saturday on the campus' Sweetheart Circle. It was a beautiful spring day of art, music and dance that drew more than 1,000 visitors to the university.
It's a story of the walking dead but unlike any other you've ever seen.
Martha Joiner's way with plants - including some rare, carnivorous bog-born beauties she has been nurturing for years - won her admirers at The Environmental Resources Network.
Southeast Bulloch High Spanish teacher Bobbi Lyn Moreno was selected recently by the Foreign Language Association of Georgia as its teacher of the year for 2011.
Fifth and sixth-grade mathletes from across Bulloch County gathered last Saturday morning at Southeast Bulloch High School for their own version of March Madness - the 27th Annual Penny Sikes Math Tournament.
"Chad" always is trying to help his friends get better cell phone service in commercials for Alltel Wireless.
Georgia Southern University ROTC Battalion Commander and U.S. Army Officer George Fredrick was promoted to colonel Friday as part of a ceremony held in Statesboro.
The Statesboro City Council will convene Tuesday for the first of its bi-monthly meetings in April to consider a short list of motions.
SAVANNAH - Among the 250 brown pelicans roosting on a sand bar on Georgia's Atlantic coast, wildlife biologist Tim Keyes managed to find a few with the numbered bands around their feet that identify them as survivors of a disaster more than 500 miles away.
One of the nation's pre-eminent ROTC programs celebrated a top honor awarded to its cadre Thursday, and recognized cadets that have excelled in all phases of their education.
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 ...