A single historic structure stands five miles north of Sylvania as the only evidence of the once booming town of Jacksonboro.
It was a trip to remember. A dozen World War II veterans from south Georgia enjoyed fellowship with other veterans and made lots of memories after Honor Flight Savannah treated them to an all-expenses paid daytrip to Washington, D.C., recently.
Connie Sacks glows as she speaks of her husband, Max Sacks. A former soldier, Sacks was a contract tactical medical instructor with a government agency working in Afghanistan. On July 29, a little more than two months ago, the Taliban ambushed a convoy Max Sacks was traveling with. After helping get his crew to safety, he died from his injuries.
A large crowd at Georgia Southern University's Hanner Fieldhouse Wednesday night got a few laughs out of two polar political opposites who just happen to be married.
Cooperation and Family Fitness Night is one of the most popular parent-involvement events at Bulloch County elementary schools.
After watching the one-room schoolhouse she cherishes travel on the back of a tractor trailer from her farm in southeast Bulloch County to Georgia Southern's Botanical Garden, Jan Anderson was a little wistful Wednesday morning.
(Note: Dixie Aubrey has a special needs grandson.)
Within minutes, the small dorm room on Georgia Southern University's campus went up in flames Wednesday. The blaze flickered slowly at first, licking at the furniture and curtains before roaring to life, crackling loudly as it consumed the small square structure. Within just a few minutes, all that was left was a blackened frame and the charred remains of the room's contents.
Following the announcement Wednesday that an archaeological team from Georgia Southern University had discovered the site of the Camp Lawton Civil War prison site, five glass cases holding a few of the artifacts were unveiled.
A Brooklet man who is a medic in the 3rd Infantry Division has made a career of serving his country, with the support and sacrifice of his family behind him.
Dr. Alexander Chew first started thinking about the importance of lollipops to education in the 1960s.
When Carolyn Wright first came to Julia P. Bryant Elementary school it was 1966. The school had opened in 1952 and she was about to go into the fifth grade.
Delete - Merge Up Avid fishermen may be frustrated due to the closing of the Rocky Ford Landing on the Ogeechee River, but when the Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation and Georgia Department of Natural Resources get through with it, the landing will be a jewel in Bulloch County's crown.
Georgia Southern University President Dr. Brooks Keel tried his slicing technique this week during the annual watermelon cutting kick-off. The 63rd annual cutting started Wednesday when the new president sliced the first melon. The event will be held every Tuesday and Thursday in July at 10 a.m. in front of the Carruth Building.
In 1994, Susan Smith, a young mother in North Carolina, was indicted for deliberately pushing her car into a lake and watching her two small ...
I think if we all wish for cooler weather each time a leaf falls from a tree, then maybe, just maybe, autumn will peak her ...
In the late 1960s, America came to a fork in the parenting road and took the road never traveled. My generation did what no generation ...
Note: The following is one of a series of columns about early shipping in Georgia and Bulloch County.
Eleven regional high school marching bands strutted their stuff for one another and their parents during the Southeast Bulloch Band Blast Festival on Saturday, Sept ...
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