Daisy, GA

First Boro liquor store set to open next week

Statesboro’s first package liquor store, Clarke Beverages II, will open its doors for business next week at 607 Brannen Street. With hopes to open on Tuesday, June 28, technical issues with the store’s point-of-sale system may lead to a delay. Grice Connect will update this story once a definite opening date is confirmed.
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Ellabell family gifted with new home after deadly tornado

An Ellabell family received a big gift after their mobile home was destroyed during a deadly tornado in April. Terry and Nolan Driggers were surprised Saturday morning with a brand new home with the help of God's Pit Crew and other local organizations. The family lost their mobile home after...

House of Prayer churches near military bases in Georgia raided by FBI. Here's what we know

At least three churches in Georgia and Texas, tied to the House of Prayer Christian Church, were raided Thursday by the Federal Bureau of Investigations. While the FBI has not released information about the raids, former church members and veteran advocacy groups have alleged the churches, which are predominantly located near military bases, target soldiers and operate...

FBI raids ‘cult’ churches near Georgia and Texas military bases alleged to be recruiting soldiers

The FBI has raided a string of churches in Texas and Georgia that are situated near US military bases that have been accused of targeting servicemen.The agency confirmed that it had conducted a raid at Assembly of Prayer Christian Church, in Killeen, Texas, which is just six miles from the country’s biggest base, Fort Hood.Agents also raided the House of Prayer Church in Hinesville, Georgia, which is located near Fort Stewart, and the Assembly of Prayer church in Augusta, Georgia, which is near Fort Gordon.According to The Killeen Daily Herald, “Dozens of Google and Facebook reviews of the Killeen...

'They took my baby away from me' Mother of Assembly of Prayer member speaks out

HEPHZIBAH, Ga. (WFXG) - FOX54 was first on the scene Thursday morning when FBI agents aided the Assembly of Prayer Church off of Old Tobacco Road. Agents stayed on the scene for hours Thursday as they came in and out of the building several times. A mother of a member of the church, who didn't want to be identified, tells FOX54 that the church needs to be shut down.

FBI raids 2 Georgia churches, including Hinesville House of Prayer

HINESVILLE, Ga. (WSAV) — Two Georgia churches, one in Hinesville and another in the Augusta area were being raided by the FBI. Thursday morning, FBI agents and police officers swarmed the House of Prayer Church in the 2500 block of Airport Road around 8 a.m. Law enforcement officers were seen carrying automatic weapons around the […]

UPDATED: FBI executing search warrant at local church

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) - The FBI is on the scene of the Assembly of Prayer off of Old Tobacco Road. According to an FBI spokesperson, they are executing a search warrant. They did not make any additional information about their investigation available. FOX54 News Now has learned that the FBI is also conducting a search warrant at the Assembly of Prayers in Hinesville, Georgia.

Adult has died at Splash in the Boro in Statesboro

The popular Splash in the Boro Water Park in Statesboro has closed for the day after a death in the park. Bulloch County Coroner Jake Futch has identified the deceased lady as Pauline Harden, 70, from Springfield, Georgia. Coroner Futch determined that Mrs. Harden died as a result of drowning...