Bulloch County residents affected by Hurricane Matthew will have the chance to meet one-on-one with Federal Emergency Management Agency associates today through Monday to register for aid.
Although his general election challenger's effort amounts to little more than having her name on the ballot, U.S. Rep. Rick Allen made a 10-day campaign bus tour to all 19 counties of the 12th Congressional District.
The third time might be a charm, but the fourth night a male black bear visited a home near Statesboro, it meant capture.
A man using a false name who was reportedly taking unauthorized photos at a local middle school was arrested on charges of simple assault and disrupting a public school.
The Statesboro Regional Art Association's Juried Exhibit opens to the public Thursday in the Averitt Center's Main Gallery.
Thursday and Friday are the last two days for in-person advanced voting before Tuesday's election, with races from president down to county commissioner. Bulloch County has two locations open for voting this week, and despite an off day Saturday, early-voting turnout is within reach of a new record.
Biologists with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources set a trap on Wednesday hoping to catch a mischievous black bear that has been wreaking havoc around a home off Highway 67, south of Statesboro.
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A personnel matter involving a Brooklet police officer will be the reason for a special called meeting of the Brooklet City Council Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. at Brooklet City Hall.
After working overtime and with added personnel for more than three weeks, Statesboro's yard waste crews are half done with the first round of removing Hurricane Matthew debris piled along the streets and rights of way, city officials said Tuesday.
A Bulloch County sheriff's investigator under suspension has resigned following the conclusion of an Internal Affairs investigation into allegations that he misused funds as executor of an estate.
When artist Drew Cottril saw neighbors helping one another clean up after a hurricane, he got out a pen and drew a special illustration of the cooperative effort in the style of his book "Brer Rabbit in Bulloch County: Walking the Back Roads."
Panda Express is set to open Saturday.
The Baptist Collegiate Ministries at Georgia Southern University is holding "I Agree with Luke" Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the university's RAC bandshell. The community is invited to attend the free event.
A unique part of American history will be on display Tuesday through Thursday at Ogeechee Technical College.
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 ...