National Archives to celebrate birthday of ‘The King’
“You’d think the most popular item in all of the National Archives’ holdings would be some important document from our nation’s history, like the Declaration of Independence, or the Constitution,” said Mary Evelyn Tomlin, the public programs specialist for the Morrow-based National Archives at Atlanta. “No, it’s the photograph of Elvis meeting Nixon [President Richard Nixon] at the White House.”
Clayton Schools’ parents meeting, Jan. 5
Students, parents and staff members at Mundy’s Mill High School are already off to a community-oriented start in the new year.
Gently used coats sought by Kroger
Temperatures struggled to climb above freezing, Tuesday. The frigid air bit hard at DeKalb County resident, David Graves, who found warmth in a wool overcoat.
The “Drive Sober GA” app debuted last week with almost 1,000 downloads on the Android market, an influential amount. The app was open for the New Year’s holiday, and it will be available once more on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 5.
Georgia’s average retail price for unleaded gasoline is $3.20 a gallon, this week, which is a 9-cent increase over last week’s average price.
Was Henry County’s first female mayor
Locust Grove Councilwoman Francis Ward recalled her first encounter, in 1981, with former Locust Grove mayor, Lorene Lindsey. “She said, ‘The only person whose feet were in concrete was me,’” said Ward, during a retirement party for the outgoing city leader.
Jonesboro almost got caught overlooking Morrow on Tuesday in a Region 4-AAAA contest to open the second half of the season.
While there may have been angst and trepidation among some Forest Park fans about the possibility of a rare third consecutive loss, the third-ranked Lady Panthers themselves hardly looked worried.
Eagle’s Landing rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 70-54 win over Stockbridge on Tuesday in a Region 4-AAA contest.
I have a hard time imagining a more life-changing year than the one which just ended.
How do you get a Congress that is unanimously reviled? It's simple: get voted in by the American people only to adhere to the needs of lobbyists and moneyed interests, justified with cockeyed ideology passed off as "principles."
Jill Cataldo saves hundreds on groceries by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too.
Temperatures plunged well below freezing across Georgia Tuesday morning, prompting at least four school systems to close.