HarpBlaster.com ATLANTA – The former president of Morris Brown College, a private, non-profit and historically black college in Atlanta, was one of two people sentenced…
Cherokee County is taking a step to crack down on illegal aliens. Last week, the county approved an ordinance requiring landlords to check the immigration…
Special to HarpBlaster.com ATLANTA, Nov. 9 — The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation released today its 2007 list of 10 Places in Peril in the…
A new poll suggests this year’s gubernatorial race in Georgia may go to a runoff. But don’t think it’s because there’s a tight race between Gov. Sonny Perdue and Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor.
Maybe Jackson County could be the poster child of the Republican movement in Georgia.
After an amazing and emotional motorcade from Winder to Athens, a scaled replica of the Vietnam Wall is here in town.
A Commerce High School freshman, rumored to have a “hit list” of people he wanted to harm, was charged early Thursday morning with making terroristic threats, authorities said.
Four months after Barrow County paid $150,000 in legal fees and agreed to take down a Ten Commandments display to end an American Civil Liberties Union-backed lawsuit, other copies of the Judeo-Christian doctrine were hanging in a public part of the same courthouse this week.
Attorneys for a man charged with killing a Pendergrass police officer in December want to restrict the use of the word “murder” during an upcoming trial.
A city police officer shot and killed a 22-year-old convicted felon after he ran away from police and, according to authorities, flashed a loaded handgun at officers pursuing him.