Bulloch County Superior Court Judge William Woodrum denied bond Tuesday for a man accused of killing an Ogeechee Technical College student with whom he was friends in high school.
Those Statesboro citizens who have enjoyed boiled peanuts and watermelon at the city's Public Works Department Annual Peanut Boil Appreciation Festival will want to come out Tuesday afternoon and thank the man that started it all.
The sun was shining, the skies were blue and everybody on Statesboro's North and West Main streets Monday seemed to be exuberant as they watched the 2010 Martin Luther King Day parade wind its way through downtown.
The first guest on Monday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show was Ed Sibbald, director of Center for Excellence in Financial Services at Georgia Southern University's College of Business Administration. The first subject he talked about with host Phil Boyum was a new bank tax that is being proposed for the nation's 50 largest "Wall Street" banks.
In "The Mile High Club," best-selling Georgia novelist William Rawlings has brought the reader the latest Matt Rutherford adventure.
A service that provides rides to medical centers in Dublin and Augusta for local veterans who have trouble finding transportation has been going strong since it started a year ago.
Professor and best-selling author Michael Eric Dyson will speak on campus as part of Georgia Southern University's annual Martin Luther King Celebration
One of Bulloch County's most well-known businessmen, Thomas Edward "Eddie" Rushing, Jr., 80, died early Friday at his residence under the care of Ogeechee Area Hospice.
After four days of waiting and worry, Statesboro resident Claudia Batichon finally got word from some of her family in Haiti that they are alive and well.
Host Phil Boyum welcomed former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel Friday to the "Mornings unPHILtered" show. Handel recently resigned her office to run for the governor's seat and was in Statesboro to attend the Bulloch County Republican Party meeting at R.J.'s Restaurant on Thursday night.
With Martin Luther King Day approaching, the Bulloch County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has a full slate of weekend activities planned.
The first guest on Thursday's "Mornings unPHILtered" show was Lewis Holloway, superintendent of Bulloch County schools. Holloway covered a wide range of topics, including the lawsuit with the Charter school and school construction.
Images from the 2014 downtown Statesboro Holiday Celebration
Peaceful protesters walk from Georgia Southern to Bulloch courthouse, call for unity, equal rights.
On Tuesday, Nov. 25 2014, clergy and members of local churches joined together in prayer and song to celebrate the true meaning of Thanksgiving.
The Statesboro Herald and members of the community would like to recognize the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces on Veterans ...
Over 100 participated in the 2014 Zombie Run 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, October 25 to help raise funds for local health organizations, including ...