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March 31 - My friends, you can pay now or you can pay later. Get a professional certified city man
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My friends, you can pay now or you can pay later. ... Get a professional certified city manager into city hall ... or face a national risk that can double your property taxes overnight. Good luck and good night.

Guess I was gon' get back $1500 from the IRS after workin' all year and payin' my taxes. ... IRS said, 'Nah, and instead you owe us $1300.' ... I guess all them 20-year-olds I see on the front porch on weekday mornins at 10 o'clock drinkin' beer ... need some more beer money. Maybe some wax ... to shine the shiny rims on their car. ... Maybe they don't sell enough dope to make ends meet. ... God bless America.

... I would like to know why ... cars and trucks continuously roam ... run down the old McElveen Road ... in Brooklet ... when there's children and kids and ... animals playin' out in the yard and they don't care a thang of a world about it.

This is for the people that live on Brooklet-Leefield Highway ... that are going in ... people's yard and taking things without asking. ... They need to think that a lotta people have a lotta things. May not be worth anything to them, but it is to us. ... And, for the ones who have been going in ... my yard ... I wish they'd bring my things back that they've taken. ... And thank y'all. Have a good day.

The two men that picked the old woman up on March 7th, I want to thank them and may God bless them.

I ... I was just tryin' to get your newspaper number and I co ... and I called in to ... by mistake. ... But today is a horrible day ... for me. I've lost my daughter ... and it says in the ... on the front of the paper, it said Tuesday, the 29th ... Thursday, it's not Tuesday. It's Thursday, the 29th, and the day is only the Tuesday. ... I wish someone would take a look at that and change ... get it ... somethin' straightened out.

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