A man arrested last week for harboring a teenage runaway is the girl's father, but family members suspect inappropriate behavior, according to law enforcement reports.
The Statesboro Fire Department gained a new tool this week to combat structure fires and other emergency scenarios, and it's a force to be reckoned with.
Thursday, for the first time, all four candidates vying to be the mayor of Statesboro will share a stage.
A huge metal fork reported stolen earlier this year was found propped against a utility pole along a busy highway Wednesday.
City employees are winning big by losing a lot, as part of a health initiative that kicked off this year.
A partnership between the Georgia Southern University Department of Writing and Linguistics the Statesboro Friends of the Library is bringing best-selling authors Brock Clarke and Kevin Wilson for two nights of public readings.
A man is behind bars after reportedly having sex with a runaway teenager, police said. Statesboro police arrested a man Friday they said engaged in sexual intercourse with the juvenile. Sherrod Antonio Natson, 23, of Lanier Drive, is charged with child molestation, statutory rape and enticing a child for indecent purposes, said Advanced Patrol Officer Justin Samples, the police department's public information officer. The incident surrounding Natson's arrest, which remains under investigation, stems from a ...
An accident Tuesday morning involving a Statesboro police officer is under investigation by Georgia State Patrol troopers.
The Statesboro Regional Library will host its monthly "Meet the Artist" event on Thursday. This month, the artist is Sandra "Sandi" Hart Francis, a native of Pavo, Ga. She graduated from Ocala (Fla.) Senior High School and attended Jacksonville University. She lived and worked in New York, Virginia, California and Florida. After a lifetime of being an "8-to-5'er," including the last 26 years of her working life employed with Crowley Maritime Corp. in Jacksonville, Fla., ...
A Jenkins County man was killed Saturday in an ATV accident north of Portal. John W. Banner, 48, of Millen, was riding an ATV on Rock Hill Road around 5:50 p.m. when his four-wheeler left the road as he tried to round a curve, according to reports by Master Trooper Ricky Helton of the Georgia State Patrol. Banner was ejected from the ATV and pronounced dead at the scene. He apparently died from head injuries, ...
A Statesboro civil rights attorney and pastor has been elected the newest leader of the Georgia State Conference NAACP.
Georgia Southern University police officers helped catch two armed robbery suspects Friday night minutes after Statesboro police gave descriptions of the suspects.
The Friday morning search of a Maple Street home police called a "source for the distribution of a significant amount of crack cocaine" also yielded items stolen in recent area burglaries.
A man wanted in Virginia was found Friday hiding in a Clito-area mobile home with a juvenile runaway from the same state.
Eleven-year-old Kai Owens is a vivacious, lovable, smiling fifth-grader at Brooklet Elementary School who likes to break-dance, beat-box, skim-board, and have "killer Nerf wars."
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