Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Thursday July 17, 2008
ATLANTA - Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee lead the nation when it comes to obesity, a new government survey reported Thursday.
Locking your doors may not be sufficient anymore when it comes to protecting your vehicle. A recent trend shows thieves are climbing underneath cars instead of breaking into them, taking catalytic converters instead of CDs and stereos.
Two Hopeulikit teens were killed Wednesday evening after they ran a stop sign a short distance away from their homes.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday July 16, 2008
Sally Diguette, 15, of Atlanta, right, kicks up her heels Tuesday while learning a musical theater routine. Diguette is one of 46 girls ages 11 to 18 from around the nation, including five from the Statesboro area, who are participating in the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education Summer Intensive Program at Georgia Southern University's Performing Arts Center. While the prestigious two-week program emphasizes classical ballet technique, dancers are exposed to a wide variety of disciplines and traditions. The students will offer a performance for the public at 1 p.m. Friday at the PAC. Look for more about ...
With 90 percent of Georgia precincts reporting, two-term Democratic Congressman John Barrow will face Republican challenger John Stone for the U.S House District 12 seat in November.
A runoff appears to be in the cards for two candidates vying to be the Democratic choice in the race for a seat in the United States Senate.
With interest in the U.S. Senate and District 12 Congressional races peaked, Bulloch County citizens return to the polls today to participate in the general primary election.
When Sue Oliver came to Statesboro in 1969, she was unaware of the impact she would make on the community. Her efforts have helped those around her understand and appreciate the value of art and ithe influence it can have on life. Oliver's support, dedication and passion for the visual arts and the Averitt Center for Arts have earned her the recognition as the 2008 Volunteer of the Year.
FORT STEWART - Though he spent the past two years at the Pentagon, the new commanding general at Fort Stewart sees his latest assignment as a homecoming of sorts.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday July 15, 2008
Bulloch County polls were unusually quiet Tuesday, as less than 10 percent of registered voters cast ballots in Georgia's General Primary Election.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Monday July 14, 2008
Last week, the Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department teamed up with Georgia Southern University's Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement to help Statesboro children keep their minds sharp by celebrating National Summer Learning Day.
The Bulloch County Sheriff's Office is looking for the four children of Kelly Myrick and William Oliver, according to a release from the Sheriff's Office.
The legacy of Portal's Leila Alice Daughtry Denmark will be honored yet again, this time with the naming of Forsyth County's sixth high school.
A survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings gave graduates a message of hope and inspiration Thursday evening during the Ogeechee Technical College 2015 Spring Commencement ceremony.
A fatal accident involving a tractor-trailer in Screven County Wednesday afternoon took the life of a man riding a wheelchair from Augusta to Savannah to raise awareness for people with disabilities.
The Bulloch County Board of Education split 4-3 over a vote on personnel last week, rejecting an entire list of recommendations from Superintendent Charles Wilson.
Former Statesboro police major Scott Brunson, who appealed his termination last month, will return to the department as a detective, Brunson's attorney Dan Snipes confirmed Wednesday.
New rules that Statesboro City Council approved Tuesday restrict water bill adjustments for city employees and their families but also provide a waiver of late charges for customers with previously spotless five-year payment histories.
A crash that closed a portion of Veteran's Memorial Parkway Wednesday morning resulted in a Statesboro woman being airlifted to a Savannah hospital for treatment of critical injuries.
Portal city officials are working towards improving wastewater disposal and maintenance issues after the Georgia Environmental Protection Division mandated changes following an unpermitted discharge and sewage spill.
Georgia Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry issued his decision Tuesday, denying Kinder Morgan a certificate that would have given the company power to force the sale of easements of private land to build the Palmetto Pipeline.
The Bulloch County Historical Society hosted a special guest speaker Monday at its May lunchtime meeting. Highly esteemed and well-known in Bulloch County, William James stepped up to the podium to expound on his accomplishments in this area.
Local tourism promoters and hospitality businesses hope that the Georgia Soccer State Cup Final Four, expected to bring nearly 2,500 people to Statesboro the last weekend in May, is a foretaste of more late-spring and summer sports events in the future.
One of three men charged in the January 2014 murder of a woman during a home invasion robbery was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty Friday.
While an arrest has not been made, authorities know the identity of a man suspected in the May 8 shooting death of a Newington man at his home.
Next week hundreds of excited and well prepared high school seniors will graduate from Bulloch County schools and enter the next phase of their lives.