Listen to Swap, Buy or Sell - May 11, 2011
RICHMOND, Va. - It's an enduring myth of the Civil War: Robert E. Lee surrendered his sword to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox, and his Union counterpart refused the traditional gesture of surrender.
By JEFF HARRISON
A Statesboro man leaving a spiritual retreat was killed Tuesday as he made his way home.
Chris Halbert is a Brunswick native who loves sports, especially all the teams at Georgia Southern. (And someday he even plans to finish his degree at GSU.)
Listen to Swap, Buy or Sell - May 10, 2011
Wide-eyed students cackled at a skunk's joke and shrieked at the sight of a South American tarantula as they joined a baby giraffe for a trip around the world during a puppet show hosted by the Statesboro Regional Library Monday.
An American bulldog with a history of biting attacked two women Sunday at Saddle Creek subdivision. Bulloch County Humane Enforcement Officer Joey Sanders said the dog will be put down.
Criminal investigators are looking into three unrelated sexual attacks reported in Statesboro over the weekend.
When one of his retail tenants couldn't make a go of the bike shop he opened, Billy Blanton became a bicycle shop owner. Located almost 20 years ago in a small retail shopping center next to the former Weiss Theater on Georgia Avenue, Blanton took over The Bike Shop in 1992 with no experience, but a hunch that Statesboro could support a bike sales and repair shop.
With summer time fast upon us, we are truly blessed to have a vibrant parks and recreation department that serves as the largest, single employer of teenagers in the county.
If you like southern Gospel music, then you'll love the "Southern Gospel Sounds with Brian Holt" show on SBH Radio. In fact, even if you're not a fan of Gospel music, give Brian's show a try and you just might enjoy what you hear.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced earlier this week that Statesboro High Valedictorian and Bulloch County STAR Student Colby Parker is one of only four Georgian's to be named a 2011 U.S. Presidential Scholar.
(Note: Scott Bryant is an award-winning photojournalist who has worked at the Statesboro Herald since 2007. The following piece offers his opinion and insight into why the current exhibit of presidential images by former New York Times photographer George Tames is so important and why we may never see their like again.)
NEW YORK - Just shy of $4 a gallon, average U.S. pump prices are about to start falling and could hit $3.50 by summer.
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 ...