A Different Brooklet City Councilman Resigns

Another Brooklet Council member has resigned from his post, but this time the Mayor did not refuse to accept his decision. Upon the call to...

Bulloch Commissioners to Hear from Public on Reddick Road Partial Closure

Bulloch County Commissioners are expected to hear from the public Tuesday evening as part of their regular monthly meeting. A public hearing on the partial...

Bulloch Co. Slated to Renew Mutual Aid Contract with City of Swainsboro

Bulloch County Commissioners are expected to vote to renew a mutual aid agreement for fire services with the City of Swainsboro at their meeting...

Statesboro Council Agenda for May 21 Meeting

The Statesboro City Council Meeting is set for Tuesday, May 21 at 5:30 PM in the council chambers at City Hall. PDF is large. May...

Agenda for May 21 Bulloch Commission Meeting

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners are set to meet for their regular Commission meeting on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 8:30 AM in the Annex.

Brooklet City Council Member Resigns

Longtime Brooklet Councilman Randy Newman has resigned from his post, city officials confirmed Friday. Newman’s term was set to expire at the end of this...

Citizens Swarm Council Meeting in Defense of Bees

It was standing room only Thursday evening as the Brooklet City Council gathered for their regular May meeting. Council only barely had a quorum with council members Randy Newman and Russell Davis both absent.

Brooklet Council Already Drafting Restrictive Beekeeping Ordinance

Days ahead of the Council meeting where Brooklet citizens plan to address Council over attempts to shutter a beekeeping operation in the city limits, some Brooklet council members have already taken matters into their own hands and directed the city attorney to limit the practice legally.

Brooklet Beekeepers Feeling Sting After City Crackdown on Hives

The City of Brooklet has issued a cease and desist letter to a Brooklet family that keeps bees on their property, citing zoning violations, stating that failure to do so will result in a $1,000 fine.

Georgia Southern Statesboro Campus, city of Statesboro team up to improve health

City of Statesboro employees are improving their health and wellness thanks to the help of Georgia Southern University faculty and students who have customized a worksite wellness program that meets the needs of the city’s diverse workforce.