Tuesday's guest on the "Mornings unPHILtered" show was Donna Fisher an associate professor of Economics at Georgia Southern. Fisher just returned from a trip to Botswana in Southern Africa.
An open container of alcohol was the break the Statesboro Police Department needed to catch two men accused of a series of automobile break-ins.
The face of David Emanuel Academy was vastly altered after lightning struck the century-old building in Stillmore Saturday evening.
It's not a stash of Confederate gold, but what archaeologists from Georgia Southern University discovered at the Camp Lawton Civil War prison site may be more valuable in terms of history.
Statesboro citizens interested in knowing all about what police do and how they work are invited to apply for the second session of the Citizen's Police Academy, which begins Sept. 28.
After an extensive property search, Great Dane Limited Partnership has announced plans to build a new refrigerated trailer plant on a 118-acre site in the Gateway II section of Bulloch County's Gateway Regional Industrial Park.
Season ticket renewals are underway for the 2010-2011 season at Georgia Southern University's Performing Arts Center which will feature a diverse blend of music, dance and dramatic performances including "Stomp!" and "A Chorus Line."
When Mike Mull, a lover of and expert in the history of the Confederacy and Civil War, first heard about an exciting new find in the archeology dig at Magnolia Spring State Park, he knew the rumors would start flying.
The Southeast Georgia Eagle Composite Squadron is a local unit of the Civil Air Patrol. The group is holding an open house from noon to 3 p.m. today at the Bulloch County Airport. The community is invited to attend and learn more about the Civil Air Patrol.
When students at Portal Middle/High School started the school year Aug. 2, the school building was not the only thing new. A Patient Care Assisting class, offered as a dual enrollment option from Ogeechee Technical College, also made its debut in Portal.
A man charged with growing marijuana at his home on Dyches Road is still at large after his wife and adult son were arrested on similar charges, said Bulloch County Drug Suppression Team Inv. Jim Riggs.
A financial statement in the red was the main topic of discussion during the regularly scheduled meeting of Register Town Council held earlier this week at Register town hall.
Coming from more than 40 countries, a group of incoming Georgia Southern University international students received a glimpse this week of what college life will be like when classes begin Monday.
(Note: A juvenile's name is included in this story because he is charged as an adult.)
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) honored the Georgia Southern University Department of Public Safety and Police Department recently, selecting them as the first place winner of the National Law Enforcement Challenge.
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 ...