It was truly a "Love Fest" Friday at Mill Creek Elementary. In a morning assembly, all the students, faculty and staff paid tribute to one of their own, Janice Love, as they crowned her "Queen for the Day."
Forty-five students to date have transferred out of Langston Chapel Middle School.
An early-morning traffic stop led to an hours-long ordeal when Statesboro Police found a possible "rolling meth lab" in a white Cadillac.
Teachers and students are busy and down to the business of teaching and learning even though many schools have had construction disruptions to deal with. That's the report from Superintendent Dr. Lewis Holloway, having visited all the schools at least once since school began.
Alumni and friends of Willow Hill School in Portal will be gathering on the grounds of Willow Hill Saturday and Sunday for a reunion.
Statesboro Police Chief Stan York gave the Statesboro Kiwanis Club the OK Thursday to hold the annual fair parade through downtown Statesboro, presenting the parade permit to club president Horace Harrell and fair chairman Darrell Colson.
Statesboro has its own nationally crowned beauty queen.
A man wanted by law enforcement fled Wednesday when he saw a Bulloch County Sheriff's investigator, and was captured when another sheriff's official deployed a Taser.
A fight over a man ended up with one woman jailed and the other taken to the hospital for injuries including bite wounds, sheriff's official said.
A children's fishing rodeo, "Fishing For Heritage," sponsored by the Portal Heritage Society, Inc. will get under way Saturday, Sept. 8, at Margaret Tankersley's pond on U.S. 25 North (look for signs).
ATLANTA - The Home Depot Inc. said Tuesday it has agreed to sell its wholesale distribution business to private equity groups for $8.5 billion - about $1.8 billion less than originally agreed.
The Statesboro Visitor's and Convention Bureau, in conjunction with the Georgia Special Olympics, announced Tuesday that the Georgia Fall Games will be held in Statesboro starting in 2008.
Ogeechee Technical College has added three new members to the college's local Board of Directors. Mark Anderson and Yolanda Tremble, both of Statesboro, will represent Bulloch County, and Tammi Hall of Claxton will be an Evans County representative.
The Statesboro chapter of AMBUCS, a national service organization whose mission is creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities, will host a miniature golf fundraiser at The Clubhouse from 5-8 p.m. Thursday.
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