VIDEO: Claxton Councilwoman Tries to Halt Arrest of Family Friend After Police Pursuit

A police pursuit that ended in the backyard of a Claxton City Councilwoman garnered the attention of the high ranking city officials late Saturday evening after the councilwoman chastised the officer for making an arrest for an offense the woman said was ‘not that serious.’

Richmond Hill man charged in ‘intricate scheme’ to frame former acquaintance in health care...

A Richmond Hill man who claimed to be a whistleblower has been charged with falsely accusing a former acquaintance of patient privacy violations.

Bulloch Native Among 5 Named to Board of Regents

Kennedy will serve as the Regents member for the 12th Congressional district, which includes Candler, Emanuel, Screven, Toombs, Wheeler, and parts of Columbia and Effingham counties - among others.

Agencies throughout the Southern District of Ga awarded grants from U.S. DOJ

A series of grants awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice will fund a broad variety of crime-fighting initiatives in communities across the Southern District of Georgia.

Heart of GA lowers rate in October

At the same time, the number of employed residents increased in October across the 17-county area, preliminary numbers show.

GDOL and Coca Cola Bottling Company to host job fair in Statesboro

The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with Coca Cola Bottling Company to host a job fair in December.

Georgia Southern’s “Food for Fines” Collects 6K Pounds of Goods for On-Campus Food Banks,...

Georgia Southern University is touting a successful canned food drive that restocked the shelves of on-campus food banks and dismissed a number of parking citations for those who donated.

Georgia Southern is a featured name ‘Green College’ for 9th consecutive year

The ranking looks at an institutions’ commitments to the environment and sustainability.

Scheduled Roadwork Across Southeast Georgia – Nov 17-23, 2019

There are a number of road work projects scheduled for this week so you'll want to plan ahead.

Dollar General to Pay $70,000 to Settle Bulloch County EEOC Lawsuit

In addition to paying $70,000 in monetary relief, the two-year decree mandates that Dollar General provide ADA training to management and employees in 19 stores, post its anti-discrimination and anti-retaliation policies in those stores, and report any allegations of disability discrimination.