A man police said burglarized a local elementary school was caught when he returned to the crime scene to collect the loot.
Former University of Georgia head football coach Vince Dooley greets Katie Newton, 6, and and brother Cleve, 10, of Millen during an appearance at Statesboro Mall Monday. Dooley, who was football coach for the Dogs from 1964 through 1988 and athletics director until 2003, was in Statesboro to autograph copies of his books.
Statesboro Police are seeking help from citizens in locating a man they said assaulted a blind victim and his daughter with a board and other weapons before robbing them.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, February 24, 2008
Confusion at last week's Statesboro City Council meeting over a failed motion resulted in an unintended vote of "no confidence" for City Manager Shane Haynes.
At Mattie Lively Elementary School, even Principal Kevin Judy agrees that custodian Anthony Devon Davis is the "go-to" man at the school.
"For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain."
The passing of world-renowned evangelist Dr. Michael Guido, known best for his "Seeds from the Sower" ministry based in Metter, has made an impact in the community of friends and admirers, many of whom have acknowledged Guido is "in a better place," with God.
Mame Dennis has it all. The ultra-rich, ultra-outrageous socialite is always the center of attention. New York waits breathlessly for her next party – just to look at her next outfit. Mame has life by the tail and enjoys every minute.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, February 23, 2008
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, February 20, 2008
Statesboro's Dr. Bill Perry is hitting the trail a third time in an effort to raise money and awareness for the American Heart Association. And he appreciates the "alone time" to reflect, relax and commune with God on the walk.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bulloch County begins its 9th Annual Fundraising Campaign Monday.
Hollywood honors the best movies released in 2008 during Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony.
(This is the second of two stories about a local law enforcement crackdown on video machines at convenience stores in Bulloch County.)
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