Skip to content
Join our Newsletter

Local News

Bluefish fishery to temporarily close during March, April 2024

Bluefish fishery to temporarily close during March, April 2024

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has announced a temporary closure of the recreational Bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix) fishery in state waters for the months of March and April 2024. This action is necessary to ensure the long-term sustainability of the Bluefish population along the Atlantic coast.
SPD provides Cambridge - The Pines homicide investigation update

SPD provides Cambridge - The Pines homicide investigation update

Detectives, working with the GBI’s Coastal Crime Lab, positively identified the decedent as Anthony Jermail Johnson (19) of Statesboro. Johnson was familiar to detectives, as at the time of his death he had active warrants for Felony Murder and Aggravated Assault. That case began on 11/30/23 when Antawan Strickland was shot to death at a residence on Success Court in Statesboro.
City of Statesboro making changes to utility billing schedule

City of Statesboro making changes to utility billing schedule

City of Statesboro utility customers will soon see a change in their utility bills starting in April. Currently, when a customer receives their utility bill, the total amount due is for services rendered almost two months ago. During the February 20 City Council work session, City of Statesboro Finance Director Cindy West shared a proposed modified billing schedule to help customers reach a point where their bills will reflect services rendered for the previous month.
Good Morning, Bulloch!

Good Morning, Bulloch!

Click on the picture of the day to get local sports scores, weather and lowest gas prices in town. Check back for updates throughout the day.
City Council approves more new homes in Tuesday's meeting

City Council approves more new homes in Tuesday's meeting

City Council cleared the way for 196 new town homes to be built in the City during their meeting on Tuesday evening. Click on the picture to read about all City business covered.
In “Farm to Table” style, Pre-K kids at Bulloch Academy enjoy harvesting broccoli and carrots for their afternoon snack

In “Farm to Table” style, Pre-K kids at Bulloch Academy enjoy harvesting broccoli and carrots for their afternoon snack

Pre-K students at Bulloch Academy recently got to harvest vegetables from their garden, a joint effort by Mrs. Julie Anna Boyd's eighth-grade Exploring Agriculture class. With a garden-themed storytime and their own fresh veggies for snack, it was a hands-on learning experience filled with fun—and one that might foster a love of gardening in future generations.
South Georgia Tormenta FC wins preaseason match against Hunstville City FC

South Georgia Tormenta FC wins preaseason match against Hunstville City FC

South Georgia Tormenta FC has a 1-1 preseason record so far and will be back in action Saturday, February 24, 2024 at Tormenta Stadium.
Southeast Bulloch senior, Cole Snyder signs athletic scholarship to Georgia Military College

Southeast Bulloch senior, Cole Snyder signs athletic scholarship to Georgia Military College

SEB senior kicker inks college intent to Georgia Military College. Fourth signee from Bulloch County to do so.
Georgia Southern University Bands to present The Machinery of Memory & Make Believe

Georgia Southern University Bands to present The Machinery of Memory & Make Believe

The Georgia Southern University Bands will present the third concert of the 2023-2024 academic year on Monday, March 4, 2024. Entitled "The Machinery of Memory & Make Believe", this performance tinkers within the mental machinery where remembrance, reverence, and creativity function as interlocking cogs and wheels to create inventions of consciousness.
Join the Mind Your Business: Black Business After Hours Social on Feb. 29 at Cool Beanz

Join the Mind Your Business: Black Business After Hours Social on Feb. 29 at Cool Beanz

The "Mind Your Business: Black Business After Hours Social" will take place at Cool Beanz Espresso Bar on Thursday, February 29. Organizers say the social is more than just an event; "it's a community coming together to support one another in business and beyond."