After a rash of recent break-ins in downtown Statesboro, business owners are left wondering whether there is anything to be done to prevent business burglaries.
Bulloch County property tax bills will be mailed out Friday and Tax Commissioner James W. Deal said many homeowners should expect an increase.
A faulty transformer caused an electrical fire and evacuation at Mattie Lively Elementary School Wednesday morning, but no one was injured and classes resumed as normal after about an hour.
Face masks, waiting lists for vaccines, and crowded waiting rooms - and it's not even "flu" season yet. What will happen when the current H1N1 flu epidemic meets "normal" flu season?
The president of a midwest university is the fourth of six finalists applying to become the 12th president of Georgia Southern University to visit the university campus when he comes to Statesboro this week.
The Bulloch County American Red Cross chapter is seeking volunteers for helping provide assistance to flood victims in the North Georgia area.
Georgia Sen. Jack Hill was honored Monday by a "presidential citation" from Dr. Todd Gross, president of the Georgia Historical Society. The presentation was made during a meeting of the Bulloch County Historical Society, which considers Hill one of their own.
If Bulloch County could overcome the Great Depression and show marked progress under Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal, then maybe there is hope that things will improve following the current recession.
Donna McKenna is not your average mathematics teacher. Her students, colleagues and supervisors at Trinity Christian School believe the term "average" just doesn't do her justice.
Upper Lotts Creek Primitive Baptist Church was a proud and humble place Saturday as the church welcomed dozens of visitors and local church members to the 180th anniversary celebration of the church and the unveiling of a marker denoting both the cemetery and the church's placement in The National Register of Historic Places.
Bulloch County Schools Superintendent Dr. Lewis Holloway said Friday he expects the system will file a lawsuit next week against a state law that created a state charter school commission.
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