Charges were dropped against a man arrested in connection to a November, 2009 armed robbery, but Leon Mark Owens, 40, U.S. 80 West, says he wants his name cleared as well.
Sallie Zetterower Elementary School students recently became presenters and teachers.
For all you film makers out there, time is running short to produce your entry into the 2010 Statesboro Film Festival.
The Preschool Intervention Program of Bulloch County Schools is made up of a very special group of ladies who use a team approach to identify and serve 3, 4, and 5-year-olds who have special needs.
Duck and Cover drills, bowling, a luau, and a sock hop are all in the works during the March 29-April 2 spring break for Bulloch County public school children.
An old tradition was resurrected last weekend at Southeast Bulloch High School.
While U.S. House Democrats are scrambling to find the final few votes needed to pass the health care reform bill, Georgia Representative John Barrow said he plans to vote against the proposed plan.
High school athletic facilities throughout Bulloch County will get a facelift during the coming year as nearly $8 million is earmarked for new construction and renovation of existing facilities at Statesboro High, Southeast Bulloch and Portal.
With upcoming festivals, celebrations and fund raising events, Wednesday's first "Mornings unPHILtered" guest was Georgia Southern University Botanical Gardens Director Carolyn Altman.
Competitive horseback riders will visit Evermore Farm in Leefield this weekend as the riding facility plays host to the Zone 4 Interscholastic Equestrian Association Finals on Saturday and Sunday.
With a vote on the health care reform bill looming in the U.S House of Representatives, "Mornings unPHiltered" welcomed former Congressional staff and 2008 candidate for the U.S. Senate Josh Lanier on the program to discuss the political machinations happening behind the scenes on Capitol Hill.
Four members of the student cast from the Statesboro High production of "Alice in Wonderland" visited Julia P. Bryant Elementary Wednesday to promote their show this weekend.
Students at Georgia Southern University can watch local government up close and in action as the Statesboro City Council will hold one of its regular meetings on campus.
The author of two prize-winning novels, Jack C. Riggs will appear at Ogeechee Technical College at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday in the auditorium of the Joseph E. Kennedy Building.
With the 31st Annual Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational set to tee-off this Friday, the first guest on Tuesday's "Mornings unPhiltered" was Georgia Southern University Golf Coach Larry Mays.
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