GHC student earns scholarship to study abroad in Paris this summer

Georgia Highlands College student Julianna Lynch will spend the summer immersed in French culture all while earning college credit thanks

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Attorney General Issues Warning Against Financial Exploitation of Seniors and Disabled Adults during Covid-19

Attorney General Chris Carr is warning older Georgians and disabled adults, along with their families and caretakers, to be on

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Statesboro Named 2021 Visionary City

On January 25, during the Georgia Municipal Association’s (GMA) virtual Cities United Summit, the City of Statesboro was honored with

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Nearly 60% of Shirley Miller Scholarships Awarded to Georgia Southern Students

The Zell Miller Foundation recently announced it awarded $50,000 in Shirley Miller Scholarships for the Spring 2021 semester to 127

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Johnson named Employee of the Month at East Georgia Regional Medical Center

Congratulations to Karen Johnson, Environmental Services Lead in the Operating Room, for being named EGRMC’s Employee of the Month! Karen

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2021 Georgia’s Rome Tennis Open Qualifying Draw

Rain delayed the start of singles qualifying Monday morning at the Georgia’s Rome Tennis Open. All 16 qualifying matches were

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Reactions to Inauguration of President Biden

Congresswoman Nikema Williams, Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Georgia, released the following statement: “Unity and progress have won out over

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Georgia Southern Police Department applauded for exceeding training standards

In an extraordinary achievement, a UPD group of 68 sworn employees – officers and dispatchers – completed 6,782 hours of

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Georgia NAACP President James “Major” Woodall to Speak at Statesboro MLK Celebration

Limited in-person tickets are available to students, faculty and staff for the presentation, “Where Do We Go From Here? Chaos

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Kemp Signs Executive Order Expanding Health Professionals’ Eligibility to Administer COVID-19 Vaccine

Previously, the law specified that LPNs, MAs, and PAs could only administer the vaccine under direct supervision. Now they are

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