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Statesboro youth flourish after completing Youth Career Commission program

Statesboro youth flourish after completing Youth Career Commission program

Youth in Statesboro, Georgia gained valuable life and career skills after completing a program at the Youth Career Commission. The YCC graduation ceremony highlighted the program's success in empowering young people and fostering a supportive community.
Friends of the Library Bookstore seeking volunteers

Friends of the Library Bookstore seeking volunteers

The Friends of the Library Bookstore is looking for volunteers! A colorful addition to our community since 2021, the bookstore attracts readers of all ages.
Statesboro Youth Connect graduates ready for the future

Statesboro Youth Connect graduates ready for the future

Statesboro's future shines brighter as the latest cohort of the Statesboro Youth Connect Program graduates today, marking the end of an empowering five-week journey. This transformative experience has prepared our young people for the workforce and instilled a profound sense of community engagement.
Keep Statesboro-Bulloch Beautiful and Ogeechee Riverkeeper host June pickup

Keep Statesboro-Bulloch Beautiful and Ogeechee Riverkeeper host June pickup

Volunteers participated in a Little Lott’s Creek cleanup this past Saturday in Statesboro. Volunteers picked up several bags of trash along the waterway, keeping that litter out of the Canoochee and Ogeechee Rivers and ultimately the Atlantic Ocean.
GALLERY | Swingin' Medallions bring the party to Averitt Center despite rain

GALLERY | Swingin' Medallions bring the party to Averitt Center despite rain

The Swingin' Medallions lit up the Averitt Center on Thursday, June 27, as part of the 2024 Downtown Live Concert Series. Despite the rain forcing the show indoors, the band's energetic mix kept the crowd buzzing all night.
2024 Dancing with the Statesboro Stars teams announced

2024 Dancing with the Statesboro Stars teams announced

Dancing With the Statesboro Stars, benefiting Safe Haven, has revealed the teams for their highly anticipated 2024 event, marking the 14th consecutive year of this incredible fundraiser. With D&R Car Care as the presenting sponsor, this year’s event promises to dazzle and delight, all for a great cause!
Bulloch County Historical Society elects officers and awards scholarships

Bulloch County Historical Society elects officers and awards scholarships

At the 50th Annual Meeting of the Bulloch County Historical Society, new officers were elected and scholarships were awarded to three outstanding students, showcasing the society's commitment to preserving history and supporting education in the local community.
Georgia Council on Literacy launches "Georgia Reads Campaign" at GMA Annual Conference

Georgia Council on Literacy launches "Georgia Reads Campaign" at GMA Annual Conference

The Georgia Council on Literacy unveiled the "Georgia Reads Campaign" at the recent Georgia Municipal Association Annual Conference, marking a significant effort to enhance literacy rates and recognize community partnerships fostering a more literate Georgia. The campaign aims to raise awareness about the importance of reading skills across all age groups.
VIDEO | A new chapter begins as Franklin Collision Center breaks ground

VIDEO | A new chapter begins as Franklin Collision Center breaks ground

The Franklin Collision Center in Statesboro just broke ground for their new facility, celebrating with an event full of laughter, memories, and high hopes for the future. This milestone marks another chapter in the long history of the Franklin family business, deeply rooted in the community since 1940.
Averitt Center/Emma Kelly Theater remain open during facade renovations

Averitt Center/Emma Kelly Theater remain open during facade renovations

The Emma Kelly Theater and Averitt Center for the Arts remain open while contractors make much needed repairs to the facade of the theater building. Contractors estimate that it will take approximately 30 days to complete the exterior renovations. Patrons should enter the theater through the Main Gallery entrance of the Averitt Center in the interim.