A new unit for Alzheimer's patients at a local personal care home is expected to offer a bright environment designed with those with memory loss issues in mind.
A former Georgia Southern University student will return to Statesboro soon as one of 12 new parole officers supervising parolees
An unusual dip in temperature and strong breezes didn't deter more than 700 youth and adults who converged on Statesboro High School's Womack Field for this area's first Fields of Faith event.
A local business, 180 Fitness will present "Bubbles in the Boro," its first 5K fundraiser race, on Saturday, Oct. 19 at Georgia Southern University's Recreation Activity Center Pavilion. The race will showcase thousands of bubbles along the race track and throughout the event. All proceeds from this year's race will benefit Alma Freeman, a Bulloch County wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend who is battling cancer. In addition to the 5K, there will be ...
With campaign season ramping up for candidates seeking the Statesboro mayor's office, all four hopefuls shared a stage Thursday to voice their messages to interested voters.
Three of four surviving suspects in the June killing of a Statesboro man pleaded not guilty Wednesday during arraignment hearings.
Graveyards are often spooky, especially around Halloween. But when the second annual "Tales from the Tomb" historical tour takes place at Statesboro's Eastside Cemetery, the "spooks" will also deliver a treat. The tour, hosted by the Bulloch County Historical Society, will feature eight prominent Bulloch County citizens buried in the cemetery, as well as one "surprise" traveling spirit buried in another Bulloch County cemetery, said historical society member Virginia Anne Franklin Waters, the project coordinator. ...
Bulloch County sheriff's deputies recovered a loaded, stolen handgun Wednesday when they stopped a couple of men they deemed suspicious.
Georgia Southern University mascot Gus boldly went where no Eagle has gone before. Gus has landed safely after being launched into the stratosphere on a mission to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) learning. To gain a bird's-eye view of earth, Gus was attached to a weather balloon and a rig with multiple high-definition video cameras and tracking equipment for liftoff at Paulson Stadium at 8 a.m. on Sept. 10. Gus reached an altitude of ...
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 spokesman for Georgia's Environmental Protection Division said a permit issued this week that allows King America Finishing to continue releasing wastewater into the Ogeechee River would "make the discharge the most highly regulated in the state."
For valor shown during the rescue of a man trapped in a grain silo earlier this year, four local firefighters were honored Tuesday by the Statesboro Public Safety Department and Statesboro City Council.
Roads were closed for hours early Wednesday morning after a driver fell asleep and crashed, according to police. The accident caused a power outage, which led an officer to investigate.
Bulloch County commissioners approved a handful of service contracts Tuesday, including one that will mean a new roof for the Bulloch County Correctional Institute as well as fire safety improvements for the Bulloch County Jail.
The Pilot Club of Statesboro works throughout the year to combat brain-related illnesses in Bulloch County.
Police are offering a $500 reward for information about a rash of vandalism incidents Friday night and Saturday morning, in which several residents reported property damage, including the report of the destruction of a unique, one-of-a-kind eagle sculpture on display at a Gentilly Road business.
"Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater" was the crux of Paul Ferguson's remarks about the Affordable Care Act at Saturday's forum on the health-reform law, also known as "Obamacare."
A dozen police vehicles responded to a high-speed chase initiated on northbound Georgia Highway 67 just outside of Statesboro and ending on South Main Street where three suspects were arrested in a stolen vehicle at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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