The Bulloch County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is celebrating a national milestone at their annual banquet this Saturday.
Statesboro elections, a comics book drive, a controversial figure and politics filled a busy "Mornings unPhiltered" show on Wednesday.
Two vacated seats on the Brooklet City Council were filled Tuesday, and the incumbent was ousted from the third seat up for election.
LeeKira Smith, a senior at Statesboro High School, was selected recently to serve on the 2009-2010 Student Advisory Council. She was picked by a Georgia Department of Education committee from more than 500 high school applicants across the state.
Incumbent earns 2nd term in District 1
It was Election Day Tuesday and, appropriately enough, the lone guest "Mornings UnPhiltered" was Bulloch County Chief Probate Clerk Patricia Lanier Jones.
Controversial Professor William Ayers made an unpublicized visit to the Georgia Southern University campus Tuesday to give a lecture on curriculum and writing.
Three men were stabbed Halloween night after two apparently unwelcome guests drew knives, said Bulloch County Sheriff Lynn Anderson.
Bulloch County Sheriff's investigators are seeking information about a convenience store armed robbery that took place last week.
Tommy Futch loves to be called a liar. As an improv comedian, he says there is no better compliment than when the audience doesn't believe he didn't plan his show.
On Monday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show, Bulloch County Deputy Voting Registrar Shontay Jones reminded voters to bring a proper picture ID if they go to the polls to vote today. Jones spoke on the air with host Phil Boyum.
Over 100 participated in the 2014 Zombie Run 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, October 25 to help raise funds for local health organizations, including ...