The inside-outside combination of Wesleyan grad Anne Marie Armstrong and Khaalidah Miller scored 19 points apiece to lead No. 19 Georgia to a 61-55 win over Southeastern Conference rival Florida on Thursday night.
There's no real evidence that Friday the 13th is unlucky.
Often we think of Mr. Gray and we miss his visits in spite of the fact that he was wild and stand-offish and not the least affectionate.
America has taken God out of everything and we wonder why all the calamity takes place.
ATLANTA -- Georgia right end Orson Charles is entering the NFL draft.
COVINGTON -- Eastside's wrestling team will try to get back into the ranks of the elite as it competes in the Class AAA State Duals tournament starting today at noon against North Hall at the Macon Centreplex.
Greatest's latest fight: Ali center part of legacy to nearly 70-year-old heavyweight's social activism
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Muhammad Ali's fists made him famous, but his plight as a social activist was perhaps his biggest fight.. At the Muhammad Ali Center, visitors see the three-time world heavyweight champion railing against war, segregation and poverty. They also see the softer side of a man embracing
DULUTH -- With 2:30 to play in Thursday's game against Wake Forest, the Georgia Tech women's basketball team had seen a 10-point lead shrink to just two. But after struggling all game at the free throw line, the Yellow Jackets put away the pesky Demon Deacons.
COVINGTON -- The field has been narrowed from more than 2,200 elementary school students to the top 42 for the Elks Shoot Out held at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the Newton High School gym.
Staff photo by Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith. Jim Weadick, administrator of Newton Medical Center, walks to the podium Thursday night to accept the R.O. Arnold Award from the Covington-Newton County Chamber of Commerce at their annual meeting at the Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center. Considered to be the most prestigious
Staff photo by Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith. The Dick James Small Business Award was given to Chris and Teri Haler (center) of Current Events Productions. Making the presentation are (left) Chamber President Hunter Hall and (far right) Small Business Committee Chairman Ric Burnette. Founded in 2002, Current Events helps businesses
King's actual birthday is Jan. 15. The Georgia native, who was born in Atlanta, would have been 83 years old.
Senate Bill 301 is sponsored by Sen. John Bulloch, who says allowing hunters to use silencers would keep them from disturbing their neighbors.
Michael Clark takes a look at director Phyllida Lloyd's latest film, "The Iron Lady."
Movie critic Michael Clark takes a look at Mark Wahlberg's new action flick, "Contraband."
Movie critic, Michael Clark reviews the first English-language comedy from controversial director Roman Polanski, "Carnage."
Michael Clark reviews "Pariah" by writer and director Dee Rees.
If some incarnation of "Glee" were to be developed for the Christian Broadcasting Network, it would probably look a lot like "Joyful Noise."
Organizers are looking for projects for volunteers to work on for the first "Hands Across Rockdale" community event this spring.
Conyers resident Dean Alford has been named to the Board of Regents.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- An Oklahoma woman who owns a partially paralyzed kangaroo as a therapy pet may be on the move yet again, a day after leaving town over a spat with city officials about keeping the animal.. Christie Carr and Irwin the kangaroo moved from Broken Arrow to
An Alabama judge signed an order Thursday declaring Natalee Holloway dead, more than six years after the American teenager vanished on the Caribbean island of Aruba.
State Rep. Doug Holt has filed legislation related to the ongoing battle between citizens in Mansfield and Georgia Transmission.
The parent company of Food Lion announced Thursday that the Conyers store will be among 113 locations to close as part of a broad restructuring.
Deputies from the Newton County Sheriff's Office gave gifts to more than 400 needy children at Christmastime. Plans are to expand the program for next year.
The city of Porterdale is preparing an application for a Community Development Block Grant.
A man was shot in the head Tuesday night around 11:45, but fortunately the bullet only grazed his skull, according to the Newton County Sheriff's Office
Newton County resident wins $52,000 in lottery scratch-off.
As a teenager, Rachael Mercer shopped for the family's groceries after school while her mom worked. Mercer's mother gave her coupons to use and told her she could keep any money she saved.. "One week I saved $17 and bought a blue and white polka dot dress," Mercer said
Georgia Cancer Specialists is asking the public to donate new or nearly new backpacks and kid-sized suitcases for foster children in Georgia. The collection date is Jan. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the GCS office at 1501 Milstead Road, Suite 110, in Conyers
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) A state civil rights commission is weighing whether to reconsider its decision that a Cincinnati landlord discriminated against a black girl by posting a "White Only" sign at a swimming pool.The Ohio Civil Rights Commission found on Sept. 29 that Jamie Hein, who's white, violated the Ohio
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is insisting he's "pro-life" and questions his Republican presidential campaign rivals are raising about his reversal of positions on this issue are expected.
Georgia saw a nearly 16 percent decline in foreclosures in 2011 from the previous year.
Richard Dale Davis, Sr., of Covington, passed away January 10, 2012, at the age of 57. He enjoyed spending time with his family, cooking on the grill, cutting grass, hunting ...
Mary Jo Williamson of Oxford, passed away January 8, 2012, at the age of 84. Mrs. Williamson was a loving, compassionate, Christian mother who smiled easily. She cared for her ...
Lillie Mae Warren Lovins “Granny Lovins”, age 93, of Loganville, GA passed away on January 10, 2012. Arrangements by Tim Stewart Funeral Home, Snellville Chapel, 770-979-5010. www.stewartfh.com ...
Mrs. Ruth Rennie, age 97, of Lithonia, died Tuesday, January 10, 2012. Arrangements by Henry Funeral Home, Lithonia, 770-482-4411, henryfuneral.com.
Mrs. Doris Keesee, age 90 of McDonough, died Wednesday, January 11, 2012. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Keesee, Sr. and sisters, Irene Glass and Carlene Bunn ...
Robert L. “Pete” White, age 59, of Conyers, died Tuesday, January 10, 2012. He was preceded in death by his son, Jesse White; sister, Loretta Moon; brothers, Jim ...