Where can you see a chicken tractor, beautify your home, try delicious locally-grown produce and burrow like a gopher tortoise?
Voters in the state's 156th District, which encompasses portions of Bulloch, Emanuel and Johnson counties as well as Candler County, will decide between incumbent Butch Parrish, Republican, and challenger Jonathan McCollar, Democrat.
With only a couple of locally contested races this year, many people are following the U.S Congressional race for Georgia's District 12 between incumbent John Barrow (D) and challenger John Stone (R).
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, October 29, 2008
With only two days left for advance voting, 6,694 people have voted in Bulloch County, as of 3 p.m. Wednesday, making this the most successful early voting campaign since the concept began.
Cooperative efforts between city and county law enforcement netted 11 drug arrests Wednesday, with 11 more expected, said Bulloch County Sheriff Lynn Anderson.
Well known author, consultant and promoter of sustainable development Hunter Lovins will present the lecture, "Drivers of Change: The Business Case for Sustainability and Protecting the Climate," at Georgia Southern University's Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. today.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, October 28, 2008
The "official" trick-or-treating event throughout the Statesboro community will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, said Statesboro Police Capt. Wendell Turner.
For the first time in more than 20 years, the office of probate judge is being challenged.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, October 27, 2008
A few days short of a year afterward, a Bulloch County jury found Thomas Lee Jones, Jr. guilty Thursday of the Oct. 28, 2007, shooting death of a man at Club Jackson's on Old Register Road. Bulloch County Superior Court Judge F. Gates Peed presided over the case.
Hurricane season enters its final month Saturday, and it looks like the Georgia coast and Bulloch County will go another year without a storm doing serious damage.
Police want to know who shot a Statesboro woman, but she's not talking.
Michele Norris, the first African-American female host for NPR, will be the featured speaker at Georgia Southern University's 2015 MLK Celebration on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, 847 Plant Drive.
The American Psychological Association's Council on Accreditation has formally accredited Georgia Southern University's Doctor of Psychology program in clinical psychology, the university announced Wednesday.
The Statesboro Police Department announced Wednesday that it will conduct compliance checks of businesses licensed to sell alcohol this month.
As Statesboro City Council talked Tuesday about definitions of bars versus restaurants - and whether bars could make money as music venues if the minimum age to enter a bar were 21 - Georgia Southern University Dean of Students Patrice Buckner Jackson spoke up.
Peaceful protesters walk from Georgia Southern to Bulloch courthouse, call for unity, equal rights.
Cannon fire will be heard around 3 p.m. Thursday as members of the Bulloch County Historical Society and other history enthusiasts conduct a ceremony commemorating the 150th anniversary of Gen. William T. Sherman's "March to the Sea" through Statesboro.
This month's First Friday promises to be the biggest of the year.
Ogeechee Technical College President Dr. Dawn Cartee of Ogeechee Technical College and East Georgia State College President Bob Boehmer recently further solidified the partnership of the two institutions by signing an agreement to share bus transportation for their students.
What was the March on Statesboro?
A 20-year-old man was arrested Saturday on charges of statutory rape and child molestation, according to a Statesboro police incident report.
Two people were killed in a Thanksgiving Day crash near Metter when a pickup truck struck their car head-on, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Law enforcement officers arrested three men early Wednesday they say are linked to at least two recent burglaries.
A counterclaim was filed in a civil suit that recently ended in a mistrial due to allegations of jury tampering.
If Statesboro's Alcoholic Beverages Ordinance had not been weakened in December 2011, Michael Gatto, 18, might be alive today, City Attorney J. Alvin Leaphart IV concluded in a recent report to City Council.
One Statesboro City Council member says he thought he was voting on a less-drastic rewrite of the Alcohol Ordinance in 2011.