Bulloch Local Government

SEB High School Cheerleaders Claim 1A Violations Over National Anthem Protest Controversy

A handful of cheerleaders from Southeast Bulloch (SEB) High School in Brooklet say their First Amendment rights were violated when.

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Property Taxes in Statesboro Set to Creep Up Almost 5%

Property owners in the City of Statesboro will see a slight increase on their property tax bill this year if.

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Commissioners Hold First Public Hearing on ‘Nominal’ Property Tax Increase

Bulloch Commissioners held the first public hearing Tuesday morning on the proposed 2020 millage rate which, unlike last year, would.

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Bulloch Commissioners to Vote on ‘Contextual Marker’ Near Confederate Monument in Statesboro

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners will vote Tuesday on a resolution for a contextual marker near a Confederate monument.

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Incumbency Prevails in South Georgia Sheriff’s Races

South Georgia had a number of contested Sheriff’s races decided Tuesday but there were very few upsets outside of the.

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Statesboro City-Backed Loan Program Draws Ire from Council Members Over Lack of Local Bank Involvement

Two Statesboro city council members expressed their disdain Tuesday for the lack of participation by local banking institutions in a.

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Fmr. Brooklet Police Chief Running for Congress

A man infamous in the City of Brooklet for his tenure as Chief of Police is running for office to.

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Boyum Upset After Mayor Squashes Blight Tax, Calls Move “Ridiculous”

Councilman Phil Boyum called actions by Mayor Jonathan McCollar ‘ridiculous’ moments after McCollar cited executive power and squashed a “blight.

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Bulloch Commissioners Vote to Join Class Action Lawsuit against Opioid Companies

Bulloch County Commissioners voted Tuesday to join a lawsuit gaining momentum around the state and nation in which municipalities and.

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Chance Takes Stand on Millage Rate, Boyum Still Unclear About Actual Vote

“I would like to share my opinion since it appears Statesboro got had,” Councilman Travis Chance said at the end.

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