Four notable journalists with Atlanta backgrounds will be enshrined in the Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame during a dinner and ceremony next month.
Many Tea Party Patriots members are concerned about fiscal issues such as government spending, rising taxes and a growing national debt, which now exceeds $17 trillion.
In This House, We Will Giggle: Making Virtues, Love, and Laughter a Daily Part of Your Family Life offers parents a practical approach to instilling virtues in their children through laughter, rather than lecture.
Eighty Georgia’s Own Credit Union Employees turned out Wednesday to plant 80 trees along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail in honor of the credit union’s 80th anniversary.
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.
The role photojournalism and visual storytelling can play in helping eradicate poverty was front and center during an Atlanta Press Club Panel discussion on Tuesday.
Rhodes’ high-scoring offense failed to find its rhythm on Saturday, but the visiting Lynx managed to grind out a 12-0 victory over Berry.
Voters in Scotland on Thursday opted to stay a part of the United Kingdom, defeating a move to end a 307-year union and move forward as an independent country.
Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A died early Monday morning. He was 93.
Berry finished its inaugural season of play with a 1-9 record, but the Vikings return to kick off their second season. For Berry, a school of about 2,200 students, the key to success was building a program that added to the allure of a school much beloved by alums.