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.
In a first-of-its-kind event, the Georgia Historical Society will publicly display Abraham Baldwin's draft copy of the United States Constitution on Thursday in Savannah, in commemoration of Constitution Day 2015.
Less than two months after becoming president of Georgia Regents University, Dr. Brooks Keel is president of a university with a new name, Augusta University.
To search for the next president of Georgia Southern University, the state Board of Regents has created two committees, one made up of seven of its members and the other of 17 representatives of the university and the Statesboro area plus the director of the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget.
Police arrested a Statesboro teenager Saturday who reportedly pulled a gun on others inside a night club.
Despite new competition, Splash in the Boro held its own this summer, with a 4 percent drop in attendance from 2014 attributed to weather, but more visitors than in 2013 or 2012.
The transportation sensation Uber is now in the Statesboro Market.
A man and woman were airlifted to a Savannah hospital Saturday evening after a crash involving a four-wheeler.
TYBEE ISLAND - Crews working round-the-clock have begun deepening the waterway cargo ships use to reach the busy Port of Savannah, which spent 16 years waiting for studies and funding before dredging could start.
Schools and colleges in Bulloch County are taking steps to inform parents of two new Georgia laws that give high school students more opportunities than ever before to complete as much as two years of college - free of tuition and most fees - while in high school.
Cyclists from as far away as Dublin and as near as Statesboro set out on 14-mile and 36-mile routes in two different directions as the fifth annual Willow Hill Heritage Festival got underway.
The annual Bulloch County Historical Society's "Tales from the Tomb" tours will take place a bit earlier this year, with tours featuring "spirits" of some of Statesboro's past prominent citizens taking place Thursday, Sept. 24.
Five Bulloch County students were awarded recently the REACH Georgia Scholarship, making them each eligible for $20,000 to use for higher education after graduating from high school.
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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