The Averitt STARS will kick off their season at the Emma Kelly Theater with a comedy, "The Boarding House Reach," directed by Tony Phillips. The show will run Sept. 25–26 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 27 at 2 p.m.
When Dr. Jonathan Bryant published a book about a historic and often overlooked court case, he suspected that it might be "just another little dusty book that is remaindered after a couple of months." But since Dark Places of the Earth: The Voyage of the Slave Ship 'Antelope' hit the shelves in July, the Georgia Southern University history professor has been enjoying unexpected fame.
For residents of Bulloch and surrounding counties, cooler temperatures bring to mind fall and the annual regional agricultural fair.
It's been nearly three years since Bobby Mallard's wife Geneva was killed in a horrific car crash on Highway 67 in southern Bulloch County. The loss of his wife of 47 years and the circumstances that led to her death, however, remain a part of his everyday life.
Sentences with little or no jail time are not rare in vehicular homicide cases, as illustrated by recent sentencings from Chatham and Effingham counties and earlier cases in Bulloch and Candler counties.
WASHINGTON - Add another item to lawmakers' busy fall agenda: Congress must decide whether to do battle again with first lady Michelle Obama over school lunches with more whole grains and less salt.
Each year, the United Way of Southeast Georgia conducts a capital campaign that provides funds to 19 local agencies. In fact, since 2001, the agency has raised more than $5 million to help dozens of non-profit agencies offer needed services to Bulloch County residents.
Multi-talented Brooklet resident Betty O'Berry finds success whether she is splashing words, acrylics, oils or watercolors on a blank canvas. O'Berry is an author and artist and is launching a new website to reflect both of her talents.
The 34th Annual Portal Catface Country Turpentine Festival, slated for Saturday, Oct. 3, will feature a performance by 2015 Georgia Music Awards Country Male Artist of the Year Justin Dukes, as well as the traditional street dance, festival attractions and, of course, plenty of turpentine.
"I wish every community had what you have," Gov. Nathan Deal told Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County supporters Wednesday at the 10th Annual Steak and Burger Dinner.
Georgia's uninsured rate in 2014 fell by three percentage points, to 15.8 percent, mirroring a national trend linked to new coverage from the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Wednesday.
A Georgia State Patrol trooper was arrested after a fight before Saturday's football game at Georgia Southern University's Paulson Stadium.
With the 42nd annual "A Day for Southern," people in Statesboro and Bulloch County, and on the campus itself, set a new record of giving to Georgia Southern University: $2,335,990.
Statesboro Public Safety Director Wendell Turner resigned from his position Tuesday. Statesboro City Council members voted unanimously to accept his resignation, as well as to name Statesboro Police Maj. Rob Bryan as interim leader of the department.
ATLANTA - Gambling supporters, including Las Vegas-based MGM Resorts International, made their first public pitch this week that casinos and horse racing are the solution to Georgia's college scholarship funding gap.
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