Statesboro police have arrested three men in connection with an attempted armed robbery early Friday morning.
It's time to fall back, Bulloch County! Remember to set your clocks back one hour.
Monday, the "whole country's going to have its eyes on Statesboro," White House Press Secretary Tony Snow said Friday.
Local law enforcement officials met Thursday with United States Secret Service agents to determine security needs and procedures for President George W. Bush's expected visit Monday.
Those who have contacted Congressional candidate Max Burns' office seeking tickets for Monday's "Georgia Victory 2006 Rally" featuring a visit from President George W. Bush should expect a phone call or email today informing them how to get those tickets.
President George W. Bush is coming to Statesboro Monday, but first, he will stop for a moment upon arrival at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah to honor a Georgia Southern University student for volunteerism.
A blustery, but sunny day greeted participants in the annual Walk For Diabetes fundraiser Saturday morning at Mill Creek Regional Park in Statesboro.
People who contacted Congressional candidate Max Burns' office this week for tickets to see President George Bush at his Monday visit to Georgia Southern University's Hanner Fieldhouse can pick them up today and Sunday.
Yellow Jacket fans lined the streets of Brooklet Thursday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. to watch the SEBHS Homecoming Parade. The theme for this year's Homecoming week was Jacket Jackpot – Viva Las Vegas. The floats constructed by SEBHS students reflected this theme. The Jackets face the Jefferson County Warriors tonight at 7:30 p.m. on Fred Shaver Field.
Cooler weather means it's time to plant, and Georgia Southern Botanical Garden has a wide variety of old-fashioned favorites and native plants for your home garden at its annual Farm & Forest Festival and Plant Sale. The festival is Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is no admission charge.
Residents of Statesboro had mixed reactions to a visit by President George W. Bush to town next Monday, with some saying they'd like to go see him while others not wanting to go.
ATLANTA - A worker at the Ford Motor Co. Atlanta Assembly Plant won $225,000 from a Georgia Lottery scratch-off ticket as he was headed to work for the last time, the day production ended at the plant.
Georgia Southern alumni
It's time to vote again.
For Ogeechee Technical College's students - and its most recent graduates - the college's achievement of full regional accreditation will open more options for continuing their education at four-year colleges and universities.