Sharri Edenfield of Edenfield, Cox, Bruce & Classens, P.C., in Statesboro was installed as the 68th president of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia on June 6 during the organization's annual meeting. She was sworn in by her uncle, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia Judge B. Avant Edenfield.
I have always heard that two keys to success in business are: Keep your overhead low and keep your opinions to yourself.
Flavors of Louisiana with just a hint of Asia at The Boiling Shrimp, open since April 25, bring freshly prepared seafood back to the one-time Captain Joe's building on U.S. 301 South.
Have you ever met a person and wondered, after a few minutes of conversation, why in the world they are in Statesboro?
New children's clothier Three Gents and relocated floral shop Fleurish are sharing a handsomely remodeled corner shop across North Main Street from the courthouse in downtown Statesboro.
The year was 1974 and our country was experiencing tough financial times with interest rates reaching double digits. Local high school principal Hubert Tankersley saw how this was adversely affecting educators in reaching their financial goals.
Now in its 11th year, Splash in the Boro continues to be an extremely popular attraction for Bulloch County and a source of fun for families.
The intersection of Burkhalter and Pretoria Rushing roads might become much busier within a couple of years.
More high leaping, long jumping, fast swimming DockDogs dogs than ever before are traveling to Statesboro for the third annual Anderson's Summer Splash, a three-day event beginning Friday morning at Anderson's General Store.
A sparkling clean car always makes your day a little brighter.
Architectural glass fabricator Viracon had Gov. Nathan Deal as lead speaker for an announcement Tuesday that the company is adding 125 jobs at its Statesboro factory.
It is almost impossible to drive around the city or county and without noticing commercial construction projects. I encourage you this week to pay particular attention to the residential growth, especially the detached (individual family residence) home market.
Lee, Hill & Johnston Insurors was recognized recently as the second-highest agency in premium volume growth among 369 Auto-Owners insurance agencies in Georgia. The Statesboro-based agency was honored at a recent meeting of regional associates.
The following is a list of business licenses issued by the City of Statesboro in the month of April:
The grocery shuffle continues in Statesboro as both Harvey's became Food World on Monday.
The Vidalia Onion Committee is currently seeking nominations for their grower Board of Directors. The committee elects four new members each year as part of an annual process. There are currently four member spots and four alternate board spots available.
In the 1930s, while selling insurance in Waycross, Loy A. Waters Sr. called on the owner of a local furniture store. He thought it was an interesting business model and decided to move back home to Twin City and open L.A. Waters furniture in 1934.
Measuring about 500 square feet, Gifted is one of the smallest stores you're likely to read about here, but it has a highly visible location - inside East Georgia Regional Medical Center.
No more worrying if you remembered everything the doctor said.
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