After a brief respite from a summer of steady rain, Bulloch and surrounding counties may see yet another wet spell as Tropical Storm Karen makes landfall this weekend.
Bulloch County Commissioners approved a rezoning request Tuesday allowing a developer to plan a 115-lot subdivision in Clito.
On a winter day in 1906, a group composed of some of Bulloch County's most prominent citizens boarded a train and traveled east, to Savannah, with one goal in mind.
Following a nearly yearlong process to implement new models and garner community input, the Bulloch County school district has unveiled a plan that will guide students and teachers through 2020.
A man who police said pawned stolen property is behind bars on burglary charges. Statesboro police officers arrested Carsidous Demond Evans, 18, of East Jones Avenue, "after he pawned property that was reported stolen," Statesboro Public Safety Director Wendell Turner said in a news release issued Thursday afternoon. Evans "took a 24-inch flat screen television" during a burglary that occurred Friday, Sept. 27, sometime between 12:30 and 1:50 a.m. on Mikell Street, he said. "Through ...
As is usual this time of year, First Friday will be packed with events in and around downtown Statesboro.
Editor's note: The following article has been revised to reflect a correction, which will appear in Saturday's print edition: Incumbent John Riggs is running unopposed for the Statesboro City Council District 4 seat. Because of an editor's error, his name was listed incorrectly in a front-page article Friday. The Herald regrets the error.
Two Republicans running for the chance to defeat Democratic U.S. Rep. John Barrow have agreed to participate in four primary debates, 12th District Republican Party Chairman Lawton Sack announced.
The town of Portal will be buzzing this weekend as the 32nd Annual Catface Turpentine Festival draws people from all over the state to sample food such as rosin-baked potatoes and watch turpentine being distilled.
A classic story with a unique - and Southern - twist will be brought to life this weekend at the Averitt Center for the Arts.
A free concert Friday evening at Georgia Southern University will spotlight Abraham Lincoln and feature Civil War-era music.
A small electrical fire disrupted afternoon dismissal and after-school programs at Sallie Zetterower Elementary on Wednesday, but no one was hurt and no major damage was reported.
Georgia Southern University Police arrested two additional suspects Tuesday in a robbery reported to have occurred Sunday at Freedom's Landing. This brings the total to five suspects arrested.
The Statesboro Service League's Attic Sale will have a new time, but same charitable cause in 2013.
Georgia Southern University Police arrested three suspects in a robbery reported to have occurred Sunday at Freedom's Landing.
About 90 minutes before the shots were fired that killed one man and wounded a second outside one Statesboro nightclub, shots were fired in a separate incident outside another, nearby nightclub in which no one was injured, police said.
On a day reserved to celebrate America's veterans, retired U.S. Army Major Tom McElwee urged everyone to remember what servicemen and women fight for, and why they do.
An outpouring of community care and support was shown to a wounded warrior and his family Sunday evening at the Olive Garden restaurant in Statesboro.
In three years, 18 authors with local ties have been honored for their success by Statesboro: The Write Place.
A man was killed and a second was wounded after shots were fired early Sunday morning at Primetime Lounge, police said.
From a rising star to a Songwriters Hall of Famer, the six authors of this year's Statesboro: The Write Place festival will turn the Emma Kelly Theater into a national stage or writing talent.
Representatives with the American Legion Dexter Allen Post 90 say Monday will offer cause to celebrate; and they hope the community will join them.
The widening of Georgia Highway 67 - Statesboro's Fair Road - to four lanes down to Interstate 16 shows up as a $36.4 million item in the proposed Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, with right-of-way purchases funded in 2016 and construction "after 2017." It's Bulloch County's biggest project in the $4 billion, four-year improvement program.
A small brick church at the end of a dirt road in Brooklet recently commemorated an event that no other church in Bulloch County can boast of. Antioch Missionary Baptist Church traces its roots back to September 1863 and recently celebrated its 150th anniversary. "It has been my pleasure and still another blessing from the Almighty God to serve as pastor of the oldest and one of the best churches in Bulloch ...
Stilson Elementary School's well pump stopped working, leaving the school without water, at about 9:50 a.m. Friday, the Bulloch County school system said.
Two people were arrested Thursday in connection with a recent armed robbery and kidnapping, and six others in the same apartment were charged with drug-related offenses, police said.
A 39-year-old man exposed himself as students boarded a Bulloch County school bus Thursday morning, and then undercover sheriff's investigators caught the suspect doing the same thing Friday, the sheriff's office said.
The SUV that a Richmond Hill woman was driving ran off U.S. Highway 80 East "for an unknown reason" before it crashed and killed her, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
New indictments have been filed against Sherri Akins, the former Bulloch County clerk of courts, and Teresa Tucker, the current, suspended clerk of courts.
New businesses create new jobs, and lead to economic prosperity.