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.
Bulloch County farmer Clarence Prince was a bit surprised last week when, during a breakfast kicking off Farm City Week, he and his son Morris were named the 2011 Farm Family of the Year.
Lawrence Baptist Church, in southern Bulloch County, recently celebrated 100 years of serving God.
Dr. Marty Waters, principal of Statesboro High School, announced this week that Madeline Burke and Jeffrey Li have been named Commended Students in the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the principal to these scholastically talented seniors.
In Brent Whitaker's advanced chorus at Southeast Bulloch High School, musical scores aren't the only place you'll find an octave, as eight of his students have been named to the prestigious All-State Chorus, the state's musical showcase of Georgia's best student vocalists.
Within 15 minutes, a woman's life that had been filled with light and love turned dark and dour. What happened to Jenny Lynn Martin Anderson more than 20 years ago is something no woman should ever have to endure. The gentle soul born and raised in Bulloch County, who had lived in nothing but Southern sunshine all her life, was introduced to stark cold evil when a man forced her into a hotel room at knifepoint and told her he was going to rape her.
Man of the Decade