OXFORD - Five appointments were made by the Oxford City Council at its Monday night monthly meeting. Those positions - city attorney, municipal court judge, municipal court solicitor, city clerk and police chief - are contracted for one year and voted on each year by the mayor and council as to whether or not the person in the position will remain.
COVINGTON - Phase two of Clark's Grove is now under way directly across the street from phase one on Clark Street.
COVINGTON - The Covington City Council has agreed to revisit impact fees.
PORTERDALE - A motion to postpone the reappointment of Porterdale City Clerk Shari Stevenson sparked a heated discussion among members of the City Council on Monday night.
New chiefs in charge Snellville man takes helm of Oxford PD; Newton County resident to oversee Porterdale's officers
Snellville man takes helm of Oxford PD
NEW YORK - On his first day as a Hall of Famer, Goose Gossage tossed some high, hard ones at Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds.
ATHENS - The annual Georgia Tech-Georgia game finds each team in obvious need of a boost.
ATHENS - The president of the University of Georgia proposed an eight-team playoff system to determine the NCAA's national football champion.
When it comes to technology, it's like I came over on the Mayflower. I'd like to be more techno-savvy, but it's just not working. During this past year, however, I did join ranks the rest of the 21st century when my wife gave me an iPod for Christmas.
ASHBURN, Va. - Joe Gibbs' second NFL retirement was much like his first. It came as a surprise, and it was all about family.
Once again this fall, Heritage and Rockdale made runs at claiming berths to the Class AAAA state volleyball playoffs.
MANCHESTER, N.H. - Les Biffle remains the most legendary American "pollster" whose name nobody knows. During the 1948 presidential campaign - when literally all the Wise Men of the press corps (there were among the press no acknowledged Wise Women in 1948) had, long before a single vote was cast, named Republican Thomas E. Dewey the winner over Democratic President Harry Truman - Democratic operative Biffle, disguising himself as a butter and egg salesman, traveled throughout the Midwest. Listening only to ordinary voters, he turned out to be the only semi-public figure to correctly predict the historic Truman upset victory.
ATLANTA - Jeff Carter scored two goals within a span of 13 seconds in the second period and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Atlanta Thrashers 4-1 on Tuesday night.