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Boro Skate Park stuck in limbo

Boro Skate Park stuck in limbo

But lead organizer is still hopeful for progress

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    Statesboro may be considered a small town by some, but it is home to a number of recreational facilities, including but not limited ... [Read More]

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June 25, 2016

 
'Moonglasses': Taking humor seriously 'Moonglasses': Taking humor seriously
Georgia Southern students create online literary magazine to highlight mirthful writing

    If you’re looking for comical accounts of triumphs and failures, wild and weird poems with a tongue-in-cheek sense ... [Read More] 1 Image

Laughter Yoga comes to local seniors

    Jill Johns is a Laughter Yoga facilitator, certified in Atlanta by Laughter Yoga International. She has facilitated sessions ... [Read More]

Explore 'Forgotten History' in CVB exhibit Explore 'Forgotten History' in CVB exhibit

    For the past two years, graduate students in the Public History certificate program of Georgia Southern University’s Department of ... [Read More] 2 Images


 

StoryCorps publishes tale of Bulloch sharecropper StoryCorps publishes tale of Bulloch sharecropper

    Local attorney and Statesboro Herald columnist Kathy Bradley is a twice-published author, but the most recent book with her name in it is not one she wrote herself — ...
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Mical Whitaker closes Youth Theater directing career with 'Charlie Brown

Happiness is the Statesboro Youth Theater’s production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, which will play at the Emma Kelly Theater May 6–7 at 7 p.m. Based on the ...
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Statesboro just won $100,000 Statesboro just won $100,000

    Voices lilting, Statesboro’s team invoked a town and university relationship going back to 1906 and a Blue Mile that will feature a local Stars Walk in the home of ...
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Big things happening at Boro's BIG Big things happening at Boro's BIG

    Georgia Southern students and local residents with an entrepreneurial spirit will be able to keep themselves busy this summer with workshops and networking programs hosted by Statesboro’s Business Innovation ...
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Congratulations, grads of 2016! Congratulations, grads of 2016!

    This weekend, Georgia Southern University again will divide its spring commencement into two ceremonies: the first for graduate students on Friday, May 6, and the second for undergraduate students ...
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Boro makes ‘America’s Best’ final 8 Boro makes ‘America’s Best’ final 8

    Voices lilting, Statesboro's team invoked a town and university relationship going back to 1906 and a Blue Mile that will feature a local Stars Walk in the home of ...
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#LongLiveArtsFest #LongLiveArtsFest

    When Georgia Southern’s Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art announced in early January that they would discontinue ArtsFest — an annual event celebrated by the community for over three ...
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'For Nepal' takes Best Film 'For Nepal' takes Best Film

    A documentary about Nepal's earthquakes and their aftermath in spring 2015 took top honors Friday night at the 8th Annual Statesboro Film Festival.
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Protesters call for ‘campus carry’ veto Protesters call for ‘campus carry’ veto

    A campaign event Thursday afternoon for Rep. Jon Burns, R-Newington, Georgia House majority leader, drew House Speaker David Ralston to Sugar Magnolia Bakery and Café, and also drew protesters ...
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OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPER HOSTS INAUGURAL   NEWS & VIEWS –CASUAL SOCIAL EVENT OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPER HOSTS INAUGURAL NEWS & VIEWS –CASUAL SOCIAL EVENT

    Ogeechee Riverkeeper announces the first annual News & Views – Casual Social Event in Statesboro as part of the non-profit organization’s community outreach program. On the evening of Thursday, ...
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CANCELLED: Down Home in the Boro at Averitt Center CANCELLED: Down Home in the Boro at Averitt Center

    Last week, we here at Connect Statesboro ran a piece about an event scheduled at the Averitt Center for April 16, at which it was reported the center would ...
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