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.

Georgia Plant in East Ga Closing to Move to Pennsylvania

The company is one of the largest employers for the county.

Confederate emblems removed in Reidsville after racial concerns

The Sons of Confederate Veterans have found themselves amid another battle to keep their official emblem in displayed- this time, in the City of Reidsville in Tattnall County.

Fmr Glennville Police Clerk Sentenced for 48 Counts of Theft by Taking, Will Pay...

The former City of Glennville Police Department clerk who was charged with theft by taking of city funds and identity fraud has been sentenced in Tattnall County Superior Court.

Students Outraged Over Georgia Southern Graduation Ceremonies in Savannah

Petition Launched to Bring Georgia Southern Graduation Activities Back to Statesboro A petition has been launched and students are upset after professors learned Wednesday...

Richmond Hill Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Entice a Child

The man responded to an ad, which was part of an online undercover operation to identify individuals seeking to meet children for sex.

2 Bulloch County Parents Arrested After Baby Found to Have Meth in System

Two parents are behind bars after Bulloch County Sheriff's deputies and medical personnel discovered a six month old infant had methamphetamine in his system. The...

East Georgia Regional Hospital’s CEO Named ‘CEO of the Year’

The Council on Volunteer Services of the Georgia Hospital Association recently awarded Paul Theriot, CEO of East Georgia Regional Medical Center, CEO of the...

Approximately 4,000 degrees conferred during Georgia Southern commencement ceremonies

This weekend, Georgia Southern celebrated approximately 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students from the University’s Statesboro, Armstrong and Liberty Campuses in a university-wide Spring 2019 Commencement ceremony and individual college ceremonies.

Heart of Georgia lowers claims in June

Preliminary results showed the 17-county area also saw its number of employed residents and labor force decrease in June.