George Tames walked into the White House with a 10th grade education, an ego that set him equal to every occasion, a camera and an eye for telling a story.
If one didn't know better, the crowd at the Bulloch County Relay for Life Friday night could have been mistaken for the annual fair, the grounds were so packed. Cars filled the parking lots before 6 p.m. as people made their ways to the center of activity around the edges of the relay course.
One after another, Portal Elementary School Principal Paul Hudson dropped bowls, buckets and boxes filled with cotton and paper shredding from atop a ladder perch on the school playground's basketball court.
In September 2010, Will McIntosh won the Hugo Award, the science fiction writer's equivalent of an Academy Award, for his short story "Bridesicle." Now his first novel, "Soft Apocalypse," has been released by Night Shade Books.
In a sprawling field, nestled among rows of tall pines, a pond and stable of horses, 13 volunteers were welcomed, for the first time, to what will be their weekly home-away-from-home this summer.
In 2008, Dawn Oliver, a member of the Statesboro Arts Council Board and a volunteer for the visual arts committee, was having coffee with a friend who mentioned to her an internationally renowned artist with ties to the Statesboro community. Oliver shared the information with Tim Chapman, executive director of the Averitt Center, and Frank D'Arcangelo, visual arts chair.
Statesboro newcomer Bill Simpson is sharing his life's hobby with Sallie Zetterower Elementary. Simpson is placing more than 40 hand-carved, hand-painted, maritime masterpieces he created from scratch on long-term display at the school.
Last Tuesday, local leaders held their annual Wild Game Supper at the Georgia Railroad Freight Depot in Atlanta, across the street from Georgia's capital building.
Many young ladies dream of being elected to their high school's Senior Homecoming Court. For Susannah Davis of Southeast Bulloch High School, not only was she elected homecoming queen, but she received an invitation to compete for America's Homecoming National Queen.
Roger Allen Jr., now concluding his senior year at Southeast Bulloch High School, will be in rarified company this fall as a freshman 1906 Scholar at Georgia Southern University.
Laura Gonzalez: Stay-at-Home Moms and Involvement
It's not unusual for a Chamber of Commerce president to dress for success, but few could claim Star Harris' credentials as a model.
Photography's greatest attribute is its ability to preserve moments.
Photography has the unique ability to freeze otherwise fleeting moments in time.
At the Kiwanis Club of Statesboro's regular meeting Thursday, the Golden K Kiwanis Club of Southern Manor was chartered at Southern Manor Retirement Inn ...
My husband and I are blessed to have fruit-bearing trees in our backyard. On either end of the fence in the far corners of our ...
Note: The following is part of a series of columns about early shipping in Georgia and Bulloch County.
Q: In a recent column, you advise that stepparents have complete disciplinary authority over all children who live in or visit the home, but do ...
Entitlements - you see and hear the word everywhere, mostly used by politicians and political pundits performing in print or on television. To them, it almost ...
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