Living with a catastrophic pediatric disease is not easy for any child - neither is the effort to combat the illnesses by hospitals - but Hazel Lanier believes helping is as simple as taking a stroll.
In her varied working life, Relinda Walker has tried a number of other things. But now, with the Screven County farmer's selection by Georgia Organics as 2011 Land Steward of the Year, she has won statewide recognition for what she sees as her most important role.
A report of theft by taking in Register earlier this month led to the arrests of three men suspected in other thefts, said Bulloch County Sheriff Lynn Anderson.
In an era of shrinking tax revenue and budget reductions, many governmental agencies are looking for ways to stretch their dollars while continuing to meet the needs of those they serve.
If you think the cost of food is going up you would be absolutely correct. The Associated Press reported that food prices rose 3.9 percent last month, the most since November 1974. Most of the increase was because harsh winter freezes in Florida, Texas and other Southern states damaged crops.
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Eighty people ate a meal freely given Tuesday from Rebecca's Café. This week's plate included penne pasta with meat sauce, a mixed green salad with cherry tomatoes, herb bread and a fruit cup of strawberries, peaches and pineapple.
Joe Davis was confident in 2009 when he moved his Swainsboro Chrysler dealership to Statesboro that it was the right business decision.
A proposal to alter transportation zones for some Bulloch County elementary schools moved one step closer to completion, when the plan was presented to the Board of Education last week.
Data gathered by the 2010 Census released this week revealed an expected increase in the city of Statesboro's population and a welcome one for city leaders.
A premature, three-month-old baby suffered a broken leg at the hands of its father, police said.
Statesboro Police are seeking a man they said beat a woman to the point of breaking facial bones, then held her against her will.
A public safety official said a mixture of smoke and early morning fog was the cause of several traffic accidents along Interstate 16 early Thursday morning, including one that killed two Brunswick men.
Department of Natural Resources officials filed charges this week against two juveniles involved in two separate hunting accidents earlier this year - one in which a man was killed.
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 ...