The Reverend W. Michael and Melinda Huling of Savannah are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Monica Kyle Huling, to Christopher Matthew Brister, son of Carl G. and Jamie Brister of Statesboro.
Statesboro High School's Science Quiz Bowl Teams competed at the regional level Jan. 28, at Armstrong Atlantic University in Savannah, where two of the three teams qualified to advance to state. This makes the tenth year in a row that a SHS team has advanced to the state competition.
If walls could talk, those adorned with decades-old Statesboro memorabilia at Snooky's Restaurant would have plenty to tell.
The Georgia Southern Theatre program returned from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival last week with several awards and one individual honor that will send a student to Washington.
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art (BFSDoArt) is proud to present Sergei Tsvetkov: Recent Work. The exhibition will run until Feb. 26 in the University Gallery at the Center for Art & Theatre, Georgia Southern University.
Robots and creativity took center stage last week at Julia P. Bryant Elementary when Bulloch County Schools held its Second Annual Regional Technology Fair.
Making their own kombucha and kraut, raising worms for the soil and searching for better tomatoes, people who want their food grown organically and locally are sharing ideas across southern Georgia.
Sometimes, stars align and the improbable becomes real; fate overcomes odds, and special, unforgettable moments are born.
"Resonant Frequencies," an exhibition that explores the role of sound in contemporary art will open Tuesday, Jan. 17 in the Center for Art & Theatre at Georgia Southern.
Some folks - far too many, honestly - think of newspapers as bearers of bad news. But life is full of beauty and wonder, and as a photographer, I strive to make images that help our community look at things in new ways. Usually, that means working to gain access to events and happenings that the average person may not be able to gain. Or waiting patiently and persistently to capture meaningful expressions or gestures by subjects that tell a story.
Statesboro Herald photographer Scott Bryant shot thousands of photos in 2011. Only a select few actually made the paper due primarily to space.
We see them everywhere - fragrant green trees decorated with glittering ornaments, festive ribbons and bows and angels or stars gracing the pointed tops. Christmas trees are in our homes, in our businesses and even on town squares.
Two-time Dove nominees will bring traditional mountain sounds to Statesboro
What do a group of men who've met five days a week for coffee for 52 years find to talk about? "Politics, football, golf, and as Perk would say, 'rumors,' " says Tal Callaway, founder of Snooky's 10:30 Coffee Club.
Seven members of a Georgia State Patrol Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team visited Statesboro High School math teacher Paige Sutcliff's Math IV classes Wednesday morning to show students how common trigonometry theories are used in accident investigations.
The familiar taste of a ripe, sweet Georgia peach is the ultimate flavor of summertime. Nothing beats biting into the fuzzy, soft fruit and hearing ...
Q: Our son is a rising second-grader at a private school. Last year, his behavior was often disruptive and sometimes even downright defiant - problems his ...
Note: The following is part of a series of columns exploring the use of rivers in the early history of Georgia and Bulloch County.
The term "dread disease" is not used much anymore. It once was common and applied to disastrous diseases that spread rapidly, caused great suffering and ...
All 15 Bulloch County Schools campuses held their open house events for students to meet their new teachers Thursday evening. Teachers have been back at ...
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