Burns, Parrish & Tankersley Vote to Approve Hate Crime Legislation

The state representatives who represent Bulloch County in the Georgia House voted Thursday to approve a bipartisan measure to create hate crime penalties in...

Bulloch Commissioners to Vote on $345,000 Contract for Jail Redesign

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners will decide whether or not to approve a contract for the design services of the jail renovation and...

Bulloch Co. mulls rural fire efforts, considers mill increase, 18 FT firefighters, and grants

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners hosted a workshop on rural fire-related issues during the regular commission meeting Tuesday and while no action was...

Group Requests Bulloch Courthouse Display 10 Commandments, 9 Other Historical Documents

County Attorney Jeff Akins advised Commissioners to do research before making an official decision

Bulloch Co. Elected Officials Owe Collective $17,000+ in State Ethics Fines

The Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission website shows that elected officials from Bulloch County owe tens of thousands of dollars to the...

Pay Study Recommends Pay Bump for 54% of Bulloch Co. Employees

The County recently commissioned The Archer Company to conduct a pay study for county employees. The total project cost the county $48,880 and Commissioners...

All 5 Lawsuits Against City of Brooklet, Former Officers Transferred to Federal Court

All five of the pending lawsuits against the City of Brooklet and former employees of the Brooklet Police Department have been transferred to federal...

Statesboro Council Makes Marijuana Possession Non-Arrestable Offense, Says “It’s Not Decriminalization”

The Statesboro Council voted Tuesday to adopt a new ordinance on marijuana when the person is in possession of less than one ounce.The...

Brooklet Officer With Certification Revoked Allowed to Resign from City

The Brooklet Police Officer who had reportedly been policing for more than a month without a POST certification has been allowed to resign from...

4 More People File Lawsuits Against City of Brooklet & Former Officers, Meyer Named...

Four more people have filed lawsuits against the City of Brooklet and a number of officers previously employed with the Brooklet Police Department. Unlike...