There are thousands of monuments to the Confederacy scattered across the country, many in Southern states. But, in the wake of a national debate over the use of the Confederate battle flag and the role of Confederate symbols in modern society, what happens to these monuments?
Ty Cobb has a tough legacy, to say the least. He’s one of the greatest players to ever take the field. Yet, he’s remembered as an angry racist.
One century after a mob lynched the Jewish superintendent of National Pencil Co., the Leo Frank case still resonates and intrigues people.
Competition serves as the central theme of the Atlanta Falcons program this offseason under new Head Coach Dan Quinn.
New York Mets fans by the hundreds turned out to Turner Field on Saturday to cheer on the Amazins. That’s no surprise, given the number of transplants in the Atlanta area, but this was no ordinary night at the ballpark.
Privacy is a key tenant of the country, and people shouldn’t try to label cyber security as different than offline security, the “Father of the Internet” told the Atlanta Press Club recently.
The city of Atlanta will continue to focus on the fundamentals to continue its positive trajectory and ensure a firm financial foundation moving forward, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said on Friday.
College is a worthy investment that will pay dividends throughout a graduate’s career, the president of Agnes Scott College told an Atlanta civic organization on Thursday.
The economic prospects for Georgia next year are positive, and the pace of Georgia’s economic growth will be quicker next year, a prominent state economist told the Buckhead Business Association (BBA) on Thursday.
Berry’s 29-23 win, the first real win in school history, came on the school’s 100th Mountain Day and sent the Berry faithful into a frenzy. Students stormed the Barron Stadium field and a post-game fireworks show was a fitting end to a magical night.