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.
While billions of people from around the world have their eyes on South Africa for the World Cup, a small group from Georgia Southern University's Baptist Collegiate Ministry traveled there, using their hearts and hands to spread the message of Jesus Christ.
Statesboro Herald photographer Scott Bryant won 10 awards, including four first places, in the 2010 Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
Let's see, according to the calendar, the official beginning of summer is Monday and there's still six weeks before school starts and ... you have no plans for a family vacation yet!
Seniors at Statesboro High are required to take on a community service project during their final year. Statesboro Herald correspondent Roger Allen worked with the school to gather information on the senior projects completed during the spring. Allen also looked more closely at three of the projects.
Thursday morning, middle school students from around Georgia were studying spiders, water bugs and poison ivy in the woods just outside Statesboro.
If you were to walk through the halls of East Georgia Regional Medical Center on a typical day, you would expect to see doctors and nurses around every corner. Now, the hospital is going to the dogs – in a good way that is.
For nearly a decade, a team of volunteers from Sea Island Bank has partnered with local public and private schools to teach children about money management, the importance of saving and the key role a budget plays in lifelong financial planning.
Beginning when school started back in August, fourth grade teacher Tanita Peak started organizing Brooklet Elementary School's Relay for Life team and its fundraising efforts.
For Susan Puckett, the gift of life her son gave after his tragic death has kept more than just his memory alive.
Man of the Decade