When Kim Marsh Kaiser was a child, her grandmother, Margaret Marsh, made her cheese wafers as a snack. She never dreamed then that this snack recipe would later become her livelihood.
Former City Manager Frank Parker's wrongful-firing lawsuit against the city of Statesboro remains alive, but was narrowed by the judge to the questions of whether the city retaliated against Parker for acting as a whistleblower and violated terms of his contract.
A drive to create a Statesboro YMCA heads toward 2016 with a big, local committee, a unanimously elected chairman and a survey showing that the strongest interest – among roughly 800 people who chose to respond – is in programs for adults, families and teenagers.
When Abby Smith talks, her fellow classmates stop and listen.
Attention, all Georgia Southern fans.
A man who fled during a traffic stop Tuesday reported his car stolen an hour later in an attempt to avoid arrest, said interim Statesboro police Chief Robert Bryan.
A woman accused of bilking an elderly Bulloch County couple out of thousands of dollars told the victims she expected a windfall from pending lawsuits, but needed loans until her money came, said Bulloch County sheriff's Chief Deputy Jared Akins.
After two years' investigation, the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit called for the arrest Wednesday of a Pembroke man in the case of a January 2014 hit-and-run fatality.
WASHINGTON - Those federally mandated math and reading tests will continue, but a sweeping rewrite of the nation's education law will now give states - not the U.S. government - authority to decide how to use the results in evaluating teachers and schools.
Four men caught in an abandoned house without permission were arrested on drug and gun charges Tuesday.
Call it home of Splash in the Boro and Mill Creek Regional Park - and seven other parks. Call it caretaker of the S&S Greenway trail. Call it provider of after-school programs and summer jobs, of baseball, basketball and cheerleading, football, soccer and track, but also of Sit Fit, bingo and horseback riding lessons, and seasonal events such as the Firecracker Fest.
Most people think of canned goods and nonperishable foods when considering donations to local food banks, but the Statesboro Food Bank needs cash, too.
The Statesboro Fire Department recently completed in-house training on atmospheric air monitoring during and after working fires, said Statesboro Fire Chief Tim Grams.
Thanks to nearly 10,000 photos posted online of children and adults enjoying apples and apple snacks, Langston Chapel Elementary School has $10,000 to spend on playground improvements plus $1,500 to buy iPads for fifth-grade reading. The school won both first place and third place in the U.S. Apple Association's Apples4Ed contest.
East Georgia State College will hold its 53rd Commencement Ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday in the gymnasium. Dr. H. Lee Cheek, Dean of the School of Social Sciences at EGSC, will give the commencement Address.
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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