NEW YORK - Tom Glavine got a cup of coffee Friday and walked around Manhattan.
Since the military draft was ended by President Nixon in 1973, the all-volunteer military has worked well, up until the time when our continued involvement in Iraq placed burdens on our military that our Army and Marine Corps recruitment has not been able to keep up with.
Maria Patroni scored two goals to lead sixth-ranked Buford's girls soccer team to a 3-1 win against Athens Academy during the first round of the Class A/AA state tournament on Friday in Athens.
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ATLANTA - Wonder who the Boston Celtics will face in the second round of the NBA playoffs: Cleveland and LeBron James, or Washington and gimpy Gilbert Arenas?
ATHENS - Georgia has won its fourth straight NCAA women's gymnastics title.
The Times' advertising department won nine first-place awards for advertising excellence at the recent Georgia Press Association awards banquet.
Hall County, Georgia is beginning to look a lot like Cook County, Ill., where Chicago government shenanigans and expense padding are ways of life.
ATHENS - Host Georgia had little trouble in winning the second session of the preliminary round of the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships before its home crowd Thursday night.
BOSTON - Mike Bibby succeeded in firing up Boston's fans with his mouth.
BRASELTON - The sixth annual Tour de Georgia cruised into Braselton's Road Atlanta on Thursday, easily living up to expectations of being one of the nation's premier cycling races.
Another Hall County school system student has been selected to attend the Governor's Honors Program this summer.
Lake temperatures are right at 65 degrees. The lake level is 1057.6 feet or just around 13« feet below full pool at 1071 feet. The main lake and creeks are stained to clear and the Chattahoochee River is clear. Balus, Big Creek, Clarks Bridge, Charleston Park, East Bank, Little Hall, Little River, Shoal Creek, Tidwell, Vanns Tavern and Van Pugh ramps are all open.
Arson damaged a vacant house Wednesday evening at Winder and Atlanta highways in Oakwood, Hall County Fire Marshal Scott Cagle said.
Two Flowery Branch residents face trafficking charges after $26,600 in methamphetamine was found at a home off McEver Road.
Charles Dickens' classic tale "A Christmas Carol" will be performed at Habersham Theater in Clarkesville.
Cornelia residents may create magical holiday memories through an abundance of activities Friday night at the Community House and in Cornelia City Park.
In the spirit of the original "Hee Haw" television variety show, the children at Corner-Stone Church are performing an original Christmas musical titled "A Hee Haw Christmas."
After playing festivals throughout the South including the inaugural North Georgia Bluegrass Jam at the Habersham Mill Complex in Clarkesville, BlueBilly Grit will return to Grant Street Music Room for a Saturday night performance.
The Sautee Nacoochee Community Chorale celebrates 25 years of performing with its annual holiday concerts all weekend long.
Gainesville children may have more than just the brief time to talk with Santa when sitting on his lap thanks to the Gainesville Phoenix Woman's Club and the Hall County Parks and Recreation department.
Eagle Wings Production presents Beth Henley's 1981 Pulitzer-Prize winner, "Crimes of the Heart" this week at Chestatee High School.
Gainesville residents may feast on the sounds of Italy during "An Italian Christmas" at First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.