It's a two-for-one deal: spend a part of your evening enjoying one of Statesboro's most unique Christmas displays, and help a needy family by donating nonperishable food.
With the ground already saturated and local creeks filled to almost overflowing, the heavy rainfall expected today won't be good news to those in low-lying areas or living on some of Bulloch County's sloppy dirt roads.
Wednesday's guest on the "Mornings unPHILtered" show was Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel. Handel is seeking to become the Republican candidate in next year's race for governor.
Youngsters looked stunned Wednesday morning while watching "The Forgetful Santa" at the Statesboro Regional Library. The Christmas puppet show tells the story of how Santa got so busy he forgot who he was and what he was supposed to do on Christmas Eve. About 50 children and their parents enjoyed the show, including above, left to right, Emory D'Archangelo, 2, Kassidy Clark, 3, and Valencia Houston, 2.
Local theater legend Mical Whitaker said his fourth year of directing Cleve White's production of "Black Nativity" will be his most fully realized version of the Christmas musical.
Host Phil Boyum welcomed Statesboro City Councilman Will Britt to Tuesday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show.
Statesboro Police detectives are working daily to solve the week-old murder of 19-year-old Brandie Danielle Davis, found strangled Dec. 8 in her Campus Crossings apartment near the Georgia Southern University campus.
Bulloch County employees were busy Tuesday working to help citizens stranded by impassable roads. Unfortunately, there wasn't a whole lot they could do to help, said road superintendent Eddie Smith.
Statesboro Police are seeking answers to questions surrounding a reported armed robbery and physical attack Friday at an apartment complex near Georgia Southern University.
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