Paving the Way for Portal

The Portal City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday night and attention was given to the potholes that plague the area around the police...

Statesboro Council to Move Forward with Millage Increase for Public Safety

The Statesboro City Council voted Tuesday evening to propose an increase in the millage rate for the purposes of increasing entry level salaries of...

Bulloch County’s Sheriff Anderson to Retire at End of Year

Bulloch County's Sheriff, Lynn Anderson, will be retiring the end of 2016. Anderson has served as sheriff of Bulloch County since 2000, but has been...

Senator Jack Hill talks FY 2017 state budget revisions

We've collected more, so we're likely to spend more.

Make Statesboro Look Great Again?

The City Council convened it's bi-weekly meeting on Tuesday evening to discuss some very important updates concerning the business of the City of Statesboro....

Bulloch Commission Approves GSU Bond Refinance

Tuesday night, the Bulloch County Commissioners met at the Bulloch County Annex for a public meeting. Though the meeting was brief, the Bulloch County...

Statesboro Lawyer Announces State House Bid

A Statesboro lawyer has announced his intentions to seek the House Seat for District 160, representing much of Bulloch County.Joined by family, friends, and...

Statesboro Council to meet on property taxes, speed control devices

The City of Statesboro will meet for its regularly scheduled city council meeting on Tuesday, September 6th at 9:00 A.M. at City Hall.Below is...

Alcohol license applicant leaves council meeting with suspension

One business owner was not before the council for an alcohol license violation, but ended up with a suspension anyway.During a public hearing for an...

Rick Allen Gets 3 Challengers in GA-12 Race

Congressman Rick Allen will soon defend his record in an effort to maintain his seat in Georgia's 12th Congressional district as the field fills up with both Republicans and Democrats.