I thought it might be kind of fun to ask some local realtors what they felt was the most "interesting" real estate listing in their portfolio. I think their answers might surprise you.
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art played host to its annual ArtsFest 2011 on Saturday on the campus' Sweetheart Circle. It was a beautiful spring day of art, music and dance that drew more than 1,000 visitors to the university.
It's a story of the walking dead but unlike any other you've ever seen.
Martha Joiner's way with plants - including some rare, carnivorous bog-born beauties she has been nurturing for years - won her admirers at The Environmental Resources Network.
Southeast Bulloch High Spanish teacher Bobbi Lyn Moreno was selected recently by the Foreign Language Association of Georgia as its teacher of the year for 2011.
Fifth and sixth-grade mathletes from across Bulloch County gathered last Saturday morning at Southeast Bulloch High School for their own version of March Madness - the 27th Annual Penny Sikes Math Tournament.
"Chad" always is trying to help his friends get better cell phone service in commercials for Alltel Wireless.
Georgia Southern University ROTC Battalion Commander and U.S. Army Officer George Fredrick was promoted to colonel Friday as part of a ceremony held in Statesboro.
The Statesboro City Council will convene Tuesday for the first of its bi-monthly meetings in April to consider a short list of motions.
SAVANNAH - Among the 250 brown pelicans roosting on a sand bar on Georgia's Atlantic coast, wildlife biologist Tim Keyes managed to find a few with the numbered bands around their feet that identify them as survivors of a disaster more than 500 miles away.
One of the nation's pre-eminent ROTC programs celebrated a top honor awarded to its cadre Thursday, and recognized cadets that have excelled in all phases of their education.
Statesboro's Bi-Lo grocery store at the Statesboro Mall was robbed Wednesday night by a man who threatened to shoot an employee if he did not keep quiet.
Local members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, a historic, heritage and honor society of male descendants of soldiers who fought for the South in the Civil War, will observe April as Confederate Heritage and History Month. Plans are set for several public events during the month.
Cowboys and cowgirls of all ages are dusting off their boots and saddling up for the start of Screven County's 60th Livestock Festival.
A woman charged in the Sept. 4, 2010 murder of her boyfriend seeks immunity during a hearing today at the Bulloch County Judicial Annex.
During a leadership lunch held at the American Farm Bureau Federation Convention in Phoenix, earlier in January to recognize Farm Bureau volunteers, Bulloch County Farm ...
Lori, Edie Grace and I love to travel.
The Blue Mile plan for revitalization of South Main Street isn't just about gateway columns, a dog park or a statue of early 20th ...
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Deen Day Smith Service to Mankind awards.
In an interview this week, Georgia Southern University President Jaimie Hebert, PhD, noted that the state is planning for growth on both the current GS ...
Drivers can expect daily lane closures during concrete slab replacement on the westbound side of Interstate 16 between the Chatham-Effingham county line and the Candler-Emanuel ...
Two people injured in a drive-by-style shooting near Metter Tuesday are in stable condition, but Candler County Sheriff John Miles is seeking information about the ...
What started as a simple traffic stop for a tag light violation led to a police chase Thursday night that ended in a forced halt ...
The man killed Monday during a standoff with law enforcement near the Bulloch/Bryan County line was a registered sex offender and had been jailed ...
Last week Statesboro City Council approved the second phase of city employee pay raises recommended in a pay study completed last March.
Acclaimed author, musician, Bible study creator and teacher Kelly Minter will be the featured artist at a women's gathering this month at Statesboro First ...
It's that time of year to look back and reflect, and photography is still one of the very best ways to do that.
A quick-thinking Bulloch County sheriff's deputy was commended for his actions that saved a child's life after an all-terrain vehicle accident Wednesday.
Images from the Citizens Police Academy offer insight into the experience.
Statesboro Herald Staff Photographer Scott Bryant shares his top pictures from 2015.