ATLANTA -- Bryce Harper homered and Danny Espinosa added a three-run shot to help Washington strengthen its hold on first place in the NL East by beating the reeling Atlanta Braves 8-4 on Saturday.
CONCORD, N.C. -- At first Dale Earnhardt Jr. was relieved he didn't fall further back than seventh at last year's Coca-Cola 600. Then he realized what he had lost for just about a gallon of gas.
As is becoming a yearly occurrence, the all-region 8-AAAA tennis teams were filled with local players. Eighteen players from the three Rockdale County schools received all-league honors recently, led by girls coach of the year Brian Smith of Heritage.
A few years ago, Omaha businessman Larry Hagan was watching a news report on concussions in high school sports and decided to do something.
Newton High School students graduated at Homer Sharp Stadium.
Educating America's youth about the value of their country is second only to educating them about the value of their souls.
There is a tomb in Arlington National Cemetery that is guarded 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year by sentinels from the Third United States Infantry Regiment Old Guard.
My family loves to go to movies. Unfortunately, we also love to pay our mortgage, and the two things aren't necessarily compatible.
Eastside High School graduates its class of 2012.
Heritage High School graduated 348 students Thursday evening.
Rockdale County High School students graduate.
More than 300 seniors received diplomas at Alcovy High School's commencement exercises Saturday morning.
Salem High School students graduate.
About 2,000 students from Alcovy, Eastside, Heritage, Newton, Rockdale County and Salem high schools participated in commencement exercises this week.
Aggravated assaults, arson investigated by sheriff's office and Covington police.
The interim leader of Georgia Perimeter College says the school plans to lay off about 185 employees as part of a broader effort to cut spending.
Experts warn of summer heat dangers.
Qualifying wrapped on Friday.
Vacationing close to home. A man was observed in Walmart on Industrial Boulevard selecting more than $300 worth of camping gear and trying to leave the store without paying for it. The CPD was called and officers asked the man what he planned on doing with all the miscellaneous equipment