Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday, March 2, 2008
In spite of threatening weather, hundreds braved the rain to pay tribute to Dr. Michael Guido, world-renowned evangelist whose joyful voice and "Seeds from the Sower" ministry made his name a household word.
The Center for Irish Studies in partnership with Locos Restaurant in Statesboro will play host to Harry O'Donoghue for two nights, Monday and Tuesday. Admission is free.
To watch the Web cast of Sunday's Memorial Service at 3 p.m., click on link:
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, February 27, 2008
Registration for kindergarten classes along with the lottery for Pre-K in Bulloch County schools begins Monday. All elementary schools now have a Pre-K program and so do Statesboro High and Southeast Bulloch High.
A 10-month-old baby who suffered physical injuries including internal bleeding and brain trauma was assaulted by its mother's boyfriend, said Statesboro Police Capt. Scott Brunson.
Bulloch County's state court Judge Gary Mikell was honored Thursday as the Statesboro Kiwanis Club named him the 2009 Kiwanian of the Year.
Thousands are expected in Metter this weekend as people pay tribute to Dr. Michael Guido, known worldwide for his "Seeds from the sower" ministry, who passed away Feb. 21 at age 94.
Tough economic conditions around the nation haven't spared Bulloch County. Joe Bill Brannon, director of the Statesboro Food Bank, sees the hardship every day.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Thursday, February 26, 2008
A single-vehicle car crash in Statesboro led to the arrest of a man police said had a " rolling meth lab" in his truck.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, February 25, 2008
Dr. Thomas R. Koballa Jr., the dean of the College of Education at Georgia Southern University, is a candidate for a dean position at the University of Arkansas.
"Besides the obvious benefits of being able to play with my grandson and walk without pain and do Disney and all the rights and privileges thereunto appertaining, the principal way my life has changed is that very small amounts of food go a really long way with me," Don Aliffi said.
In 2010, the Statesboro Herald conducted its first ever search to identify 20 Bulloch County residents under the age of 40 who are making a mark with professional success and community involvement. Since then, the Herald has recognized 101 folks under 40 who help make Statesboro and Bulloch County a better place to live.
The Statesboro Police Department is reorganizing its patrol division, eliminating two vacant lieutenant positions to instead hire three additional patrol officers and a part-time secretary.
The Statesboro Police Department will hold a town hall community forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Emma Kelly Theater, giving residents a chance to talk directly with the department's command staff.
Georgia Department of Revenue agents cited three Statesboro bars last month for allowing underage patrons to drink alcohol. Two alcohol compliance checks conducted last month by revenue agents resulted in a number of violations where individuals were cited for infractions as well.
Young vocalists from Bulloch and Evans counties will grace the Emma Kelly Theater stage Sunday with songs, both accompanied and a cappella, from all around the world.
Editor's note: This article has been revised to reflect the following correction, which will appear in Sunday's print edition. A public hearing concerning the path of the proposed Palmetto Pipeline through Screven County is scheduled for 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Screven County Library, 106 S. Community Drive in Sylvania. The time was listed incorrectly in a front-page article Saturday.
The largest diabetes awareness and fundraising campaign of the year for the American Diabetes Association, Kiss-a-Pig, launches on Saturday at 3 p.m. on the Main Stage on River Street in Savannah.
At this year's Speak Up for Education, some principals told parents how increased flexibility in how money is spent and teachers are assigned will be put to use in school improvement plans.
Ogeechee Technical College signed articulation agreements with Valdosta State University on Wednesday, simplifying student transition between the two institutions of higher education.
A man and woman seen smoking methamphetamine in a convenience store parking lot ended up in jail on drug charges, while the small child with them was turned over to a grandparent, according to the Bulloch County Sheriff's Office.
Statesboro police are seeking a woman reported missing since Feb. 24.
For the first time since Statesboro City Council resumed Alcoholic Beverages Ordinance hearings last fall, a business declined to plead guilty, instead challenging the way the ordinance is being applied.
Georgia Southern University's Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health welcomes retired Army Maj. Gen. David Rubenstein, FACHE, to campus as the featured speaker for the Healthcare Symposium on Wednesday from 2-3:15 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.