It turns out the National Archives and Records Administration’s opening of the 1940 census records on Monday was quite popular with Americans.
When asked to report on the onslaught of political ads on television, words like "flood," "deluge," and "torrent," will suddenly pepper copy.
When a friend caught iconic comedian W.C. Fields reading a Bible shortly before his death, he asked Fields what he was doing. "I'm looking for loopholes," Fields replied.
President Obama wants his dear friend, Vlad the Russian, not to worry about the details of how the American missile defense system in Europe will be designed and implemented.
After meeting several social responsibility and business requirements, Smarr Financial Services Inc., is now authorized to offer a popular insurance program in Clayton County.
Victoria Rice is a fifth-grader at McGarrah Elementary School who has been selected to attend the 2012 Junior National Young Leaders Conference this summer. Now, it’s just a matter of raising the money to go.
Henry County senior and Alabama football signee Dalvin Tomlinson will require surgery after sustaining a significant knee injury while playing on the high school soccer team.
The Atlanta Braves get their 2012 season started in just a few days. But before then, you can get ready for the entire Major League Baseball season at our MLB preview page.
Bank of North Georgia and Bank of Coweta, two divisions of Synovus Bank, have announced their hosting of the Fifth Annual “Spread the Love” Peanut Butter and Jelly Food Drive to benefit 36 local food pantries in the communities they serve.
Clayton County middle school students have a unique opportunity to experience what it is like to be sheriff, in one of two youth-oriented events hosted this spring by Sheriff Kem Kimbrough.
A new home for the Fish, a special anniversary and a farewell to the NL for the Astros highlight the 2012 major league season. A handful of dates to mark on the schedule:
The event is set for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Amphitheater in front of Riverdale City Hall, located at 7210 Church Street. The event is free to the public.
New York's Mariano Rivera and Atlanta's Chipper Jones aren't the only ones in the 40s still playing a young man's game.
Check out these rookies to watch, beginning with two players trying to follow in teammate's footsteps.
The major leagues are now a major free-for-all. Credit (or blame) goes to an expanded postseason format that adds two more wild-card clubs this October.
First Baptist Church in Lovejoy helps nearly 50 girls get the dresses and accessories needed to attend their proms.
The Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Angels played an offseason game of "can you top this?" that used to be reserved for the AL East powers.
A look at the National League in predicted order of finish.
A year ago, it was the Philadelphia Phillies, and then the rest of the National League. Everyone was picking Roy Halladay and Co. to win the pennant. OK, so everyone was wrong. This year, Philadelphia is still one of the favorites — but the situation is different.
Glantz, Culver give their odds on the Masters field
Check out this year's top players — listed in order of predicted finish
Quick glance, including TV schedule, for this year's event
Golfers take paths over the past years that would have been difficult for anyone to chart
Aussie hasn't spent much time on the course in 2012