When she pays her latest plumbing bill, Azalea Drive resident Sue Smith will have spent more than $4,000 in the past two years to fix problems caused by a six-foot length of collapsed sewer line that was buried under a city street. Part of her current bill's $3,000 cost was for cutting and patching the street.
A documentary about Nepal earthquakes and their aftermath during spring, 2015, took top honors Friday night during the 8th Annual Statesboro Film Festival.
Mandi Cody will be leaving as planning and development director for the city of Statesboro to start as Metter's city manager May 2.
Former Statesboro City Councilman Gary Lewis, indicted in December on a charge of extortion, admitted guilt Thursday under a plea agreement with the government, said Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Brian Tanner, who handled the case in federal court in Statesboro.
ATLANTA - Donald Trump scored a decisive victory in Georgia's March primary, taking more than half of the state's 76 Republican delegates as part of a dominant showing throughout the South.
A campaign event Thursday afternoon for Rep. Jon Burns, R-Newington, Georgia House majority leader, drew House Speaker David Ralston to Sugar Magnolia Bakery and Café, and also drew protesters outside opposed to a pending state law that would allow handguns on college campuses.
When Adam Kimble dreams, he dreams big. One of his large-sized dreams brought him through Statesboro earlier this week, on foot, on the final leg of his walk from one ocean to the other.
A 3-year-old boy reported missing around 2 p.m. Thursday in the Starling/Jim Futch Road area was found safe around 3:10 p.m. Further details of the search will be available later online and in Friday's Statesboro Herald.
When Pat O'Neal of Valdosta opens an Ole Times Country Buffet in the building formerly occupied by the Statesboro Ryan's, he will have 14 restaurants in operation. He hopes to open it in early May, in time for Mother's Day, a peak day for family restaurants.
The circus is coming to Portal.
Both Republican candidates for the Bulloch County sheriff's seat squared off Tuesday evening, not only answering questions from the moderator but also from each other.
After restarting their city manager search, Statesboro city officials are moving forward with steps to find a police chief as well, instead of waiting for a new city manager to be hired first, as was originally planned.
Almost 4,700 Bulloch County students in the third through eighth grades are slated to take Georgia Milestones tests at various times over the next two weeks. A letter home warned parents that, this year, opting out will have consequences.
Harmony Latham may be from California, but she's no valley girl. The 2016 Miss Rodeo USA loves horses and reading and is a live wire who made people nervous at a recent photo shoot by climbing on large round hay bales.
Living in a university community brings culture and diversity that most communities our size would never experience. One area in which we are rich in cultural diversity is noted in our restaurant community.
The Georgia Southern football team took the practice fields at Beautiful Eagle Creek Thursday to kick off their first fall camp after officially joining the ...
Under the direction of Statesboro Youth Ballet director Jurijs Safonovs, dance students completed two weeks of rigorous study at the Averitt Center for the Arts ...
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