Every morning I take a look at the sign. It greets me in traffic near downtown Atlanta. It is the sign that bears the current jackpot of the lottery. This week, both the Mega Millions and Powerball games have been pretty substantial.
A lot of movies and TV shows are made here in Georgia.
I guess I could have written a column about something other than Easter, but it wouldn't have felt right.
The first church hymnal I remember was the 1956 Baptist Hymnal. I still can remember the page number of hymns in that great old book.
Back in the 1980s, cable TV started branching out into various specialty channels, offering 24 hours of news, sports and weather.
Only once in the 101-year history of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce has a parent and child served in the organization's top elected post.
The Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep dealerships of the Hayes family in Oakwood, Baldwin and Lawrenceville will remain as dealerships for the new Chrysler.
Gov. Sonny Perdue has signed the $18.6 billion budget for 2010. The spending plan includes a number of capital projects for Northeast Georgia.
At 77, Zell Miller has settled into retired life in his native mountains. But while Miller admits he's changed a bit, the ways of the mountains have changed more dramatically.
Gov. Sonny Perdue has signed bills that will allow voters to have their say on an elected mayor and board of education chairman for the city of Gainesville.
LAWRENCEVILLE - The crowd applauded politely when Lefty pitched on Monday. It was a far cry from the heat he threw as a member of the 1943 Atlanta Crackers.
HIAWASSEE - In 1950, the Towns County Lions Club decided to hold a three-day fair on the grounds of the local high school.The event brought 2,000 people to the tiny town of Hiawassee.
HIAWASSEE - In his new book, "Purt Nigh Gone: The Old Mountain Ways," former governor and U.S. Sen. Zell Miller remembers the days when he could play hopscotch in the middle of U.S. 76.
A consultant to Hall County's Vision 2030 planning program said the county is making great strides in reaching some of its community goals for the next 21 years.
A U.S. District Court judge from Minnesota is scheduled to hear oral arguments Monday on whether water supply is an authorized use of Lake Lanier.
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