Founded in 1974, Statesboro-based CORE Credit Union began with one employee, Martha Moses, who operated the credit union out of a room at Sallie Zetterower Elementary School. At its inception, the credit union only offered savings accounts to its members: local teachers. Today, CORE, an acronym for Central Ogeechee River Educators, has more than 6,000 members and 19 employees serving more than 40 employee groups in Bulloch, Effingham, Bryan, Emanuel, Evans, Jenkins, Screven and Candler counties. Its services have expanded to include such things as checking, consumer loans, business loans, mortgages, CDs, and IRAs.Many people believe credit unions ...
Ten Georgia Southern University alumni were honored for their career achievements and support of the University at the annual Alumni Awards Banquet Saturday, April 5 in the Nessmith-Lane Center for Continuing Education Ballroom.
The African American Business Owners Coalition is hosting an Economic Empowerment Summit on Saturday, April 26 from 8a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Nessmith Lane Continuing Education building at Georgia Southern. Local business owners from surrounding counties will be in attendance to offer their assistance for the event as well as provide networking opportunities for fellow business owners.
With commodity prices of crops such as corn and soybeans reaching near record levels, local farmers should be delighted with their prospects as they enter spring planting season, but are they?
The Georgia House of Representatives has recognized Dr. Karl E. Peace, founding director of the Center for Biostatistics, and professor of Biostatistics in the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University, as a "Shining Star" in the University System of Georgia.
Georgia Southern University's Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology in the Allen E. Paulson College of Science and Technology (COST) has received a donation of testing equipment from Gulfstream, the world's premier manufacturer of business jets.
Statesboro is seeing a rebirth of the farmers market with Georgia Southern University's Botanical Gardens serving as the driving force behind the movement.
The economy of Bulloch County should receive a "shot in the arm" when thousands of fans descend on Statesboro to witness the start of stage two of the prestigious Tour de Georgia cycling race.
The Statesboro/Bulloch County African-American Business Owners Coalition (AABOC) will hold its third annual business awards banquet at the Fielding Russell Union Ballroom on the campus of Georgia Southern University, Saturday at 7 p.m. Themed "Binding Businesses to Build A Better Community", the event will serve as a capstone for the organization's activities for the year.
With four major retailers committed to the development, the construction of Statesboro Crossing is well underway. Located on a 50-acre site at the southwest corner of Brannen Street Extension and Veteran's Memorial Parkway, Statesboro Crossing will have T.J.Maxx, Hobby Lobby, Books-A-Million, and Petco as its anchor tenants.
Jasper William Stringer is part of a dying breed.
The Vidalia Onion Committee at its annual industry banquet February 2nd announced the 2007 award recipients for Grower of the Year and Hall of Fame.
Statesboro played host to the Georgia Professional Photographers Association (GPPA) this weekend as members gathered for the trade group's winter educational seminar series. Local photographer and vice president of GPPA LaRita Hulsey hosted the organization as group members continued to hone their skills in the face of ever changing technology.
AgSouth Farm Credit CEO William P. Spigener, Jr., recently announced that the customer-owned cooperative had record earnings of $34.29 million during 2007, nearly a 10 percent increase over 2006 figures.
Empty homes and for-sale signs clutter neighborhoods around the country. You've lost your job or know someone who has. Your paycheck and nest egg are taking a hit. Could the country be in recession? Sixty-one percent of the public believes the economy is now suffering through its first recession since 2001, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll.
The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized Statesboro attorney Josh D. Tucker as one of 2016's "10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for ...
NEW YORK - After years of stamping out soda tax proposals with well-financed campaigns, Big Soda is suddenly finding itself up against bigger adversaries.
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