A diving one-handed interception that help Berry win its first game in program history was selected as the 2014 GEICO Play of the Year.
Georgia Southern knocked off Louisiana-Monroe by a 22-16 on Saturday to complete an 8-0 record in the Sun Belt and claim the conference championship in their season competing at the Football Bowl Subdivision level.
Georgia State Quarterback Nick Arbuckle set a pair of career passing records Saturday but it was not enough for the Panthers to overcome Texas State as it pushed past Georgia State 54-31 in the final game of the regular season at the Georgia Dome.
Former Georgia Gov. Carl Sanders, a man considered to be the first New South governor, died Sunday. He was 89. Sanders, a Democrat, served as…
Southeastern University defeated Berry College, 33-3, in BC’s final game of the season.
The Atlanta community paused Friday to celebrate the works of four legendary journalists who were inducted into the Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame.
President Obama’s push for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate the Internet as a utility “is a Trojan horse for a government takeover of the Internet,” one U.S. Congresswoman is charging.
The 70th anniversary season of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will open on Thursday, Nov. 13, after the orchestra’s musicians and management agreed to a new four-year collective bargaining agreement this week.
On Nov. 13, Georgians have the opportunity to support nonprofits as part of the third annual Georgia Gives Day. On the first two iterations of the day, which aims to help nonprofits widen their circles of donors, Georgians gave $2.6 million to nonprofits throughout the state.
This election was a rejection by the voters of both the Chamber of Commerce and Obama’s failed agenda. Every Republican candidate ran as a born-again conservative, and campaigned in opposition to Obama’s big-government policies.