Students at a pair of area high schools were given a sobering reminder Friday of the extreme dangers associated with driving under the influence.
Fourth graders learned all about water Friday during the 2012 Children's Water Festival hosted by Keep Bulloch Beautiful and Georgia Southern University.
STATESBORO - Keep Bulloch Beautiful, Statesboro Bulloch County Parks and Recreation After-School Program, Georgia Southern University's Center for Sustainability, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health (JPHCOPH), and College of Health & Human Sciences join forces to create a community garden for Julia P. Bryant's After-School Program. This unique collaboration will serve as a teaching tool for the After-School Program at Julia P. Bryant.
For Jon Faddis, a then-budding, wide-eyed trumpeter, his watershed moment occurred when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presented itself on a Dallas stage in 1968.
Nevils Elementary School is now home to a colorful mosaic mural created by Kindergarten through fifth-grade students under the direction of local artist and NES parent Laura Lingle. Named "Our Tree," it is the centerpiece of the school's story time area.
Statesboro High sophomore Ben Lloyd is the only Bulloch County Schools instrumentalist who will be featured in the state's premiere music showcase, Georgia All-State Band.
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.
Katie Jasionowski, a prekindergarten teacher at Langston Chapel Elementary School, is on a quest for a family in need.
Nan Rushing and Buford Brannen, both of Register, have published a new cookbook that is simple and unique.
Standing at about 4 feet tall, with a waist no larger than the hydrant next to him, 7-year-old Aaron Oliver doesn't look like the average firefighter.
Mark Cartwright, who will be inducted into the Atlanta Country Music/Georgia Music Hall of Fame on Nov. 30, has roots in the Statesboro area, playing and singing in the 1970s and '80s at places like the Holiday Inn.
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