Bernice King, daughter of the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., challenged people to "Be A King" Tuesday night at Georgia Southern's Performing Arts Center.
The Archibald Bulloch Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored four area high school seniors for outstanding leadership and academic qualities. The seniors also received an award from Farmers & Merchants Bank. Shown, from left, are F&MB representative Trish Tootle; Southeast Bulloch High School senior Amy Akins; Archibald Bulloch NSDAR Regent Pat Long; Bulloch Academy senior Kimberly Denton; Statesboro High School senior Thomas Eisenhart; Portal High School senior Erin Lawson ...
For Chris Howard and his family, Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. parade was more than just a chance to get out and see the bands, floats and other entrants in the annual parade.
An overcrowded parking lot can cause numerous safety issues for law enforcement officers and firefighters, public safety officials said Tuesday.
In order to truly be united, we need to focus on the things we have in common rather than our differences.
The Statesboro City Council will once again consider an amendment aimed at alleviating overcrowding of shopping center parking lots at their meeting Wednesday evening.
Bulloch County Commissioners will discuss bids for the "old hospital site" this morning in preparation for the site to become the Bulloch County Public Service Center, holding several county offices including Central 911.
Tuesday, it will have been a year since Statesboro gained national attention for a hostage standoff where a couple believed to have explosives held an attorney against his will in his own Courtland Street office.
A bobcat attacked a man near Kennedy Pond Thursday, and officials believe the animal may have rabies.
The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department needs help in finding a man whose photo was snapped at a Statesboro ATM. The man is wanted for questioning in a Jan. 5 kidnapping, aggravated assault and robbery that occurred in Savannah's westside community.
ATLANTA - Ralph gained fame - and helped draw millions of visitors to the Georgia Aquarium - as one of the first two whale sharks to be held in captivity in North America.
WASHINGTON - Seventy percent of Americans oppose sending more troops to Iraq, according to a new poll that provides a devastatingly blunt response to President Bush's plan to bolster military forces there.
ATLANTA - First, learning how to walk. Then how to handle the crowds and all the new attention.
When Tom Case returned home from work earlier this week, he wasn't exactly sure why his wife was so excited.
Bulloch County commissioners approved a handful of service contracts Tuesday, including one that will mean a new roof for the Bulloch County Correctional Institute as well as fire safety improvements for the Bulloch County Jail.
The Pilot Club of Statesboro works throughout the year to combat brain-related illnesses in Bulloch County.
Police are offering a $500 reward for information about a rash of vandalism incidents Friday night and Saturday morning, in which several residents reported property damage, including the report of the destruction of a unique, one-of-a-kind eagle sculpture on display at a Gentilly Road business.
"Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater" was the crux of Paul Ferguson's remarks about the Affordable Care Act at Saturday's forum on the health-reform law, also known as "Obamacare."
ATLANTA - Georgia Power wants to earn more off the investments its shareholders make in its electricity system, while regulators and consumer groups want to reduce those earnings as the country recovers slowly from a recession.
Classic cars and motorcycle riders will escort Santa Claus on Saturday, as the Southern Thunder Cruisers host the 2013 edition of Santa's Toy Run.
Burglars targeted the Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County this week for the third time in three months.
In the wake of a fatal shooting at a Statesboro nightclub Sunday, a discussion between Statesboro city officials and police led to the forced closure of two clubs with a history of violent incidents.
Editor's note: This article has been revised to reflect the following correction, which appears in Tuesday's print edition.
Voters in the city of Statesboro can visit the Bulloch County courthouse to choose their next mayor - again.
Law enforcement officers padlocked and chain-locked two Statesboro nightclubs Wednesday evening, just a few days after both were the scenes of violence.
Though supported by just as many people who opposed the notion, Sunday sales of package alcohol in the city of Portal will remain prohibited.
Officials with the City of Statesboro announced Tuesday that a date is set to discuss major address changes for businesses along Northside Drive.
Volunteers will follow a 20-year Thanksgiving tradition this year by feeding more than 3,000 people, including those in need as well as public safety employees working on the holiday.
Georgia Southern University's Theatre and Performance Program will present Pearl Cleage's "Flyin' West" starting today.