- Library board names interim director
- Suspect hit by car during police chase 9 comments
- Following theft corporation donates to soccer club
- Death sentence reinstated in 1993 Lilburn murder
- Tree crashes into home during afternoon storm
- Supreme Court rules in bank's favor in Gwinnett ID theft case 1 comment
- Local sports talk hosts fired for offensive bit
- Boat fire on Lake Lanier sends three to hospital
- Local morning show to broadcast from Duluth
- Grayson City Council sets public hearing dates for millage rate
- G-Braves lose fifth straight on road trip 1 hour, 41 minutes
- Miami’s Big Three on brink of another Finals letdown 3 hours, 43 minutes
- Library board names interim director 3 hours, 46 minutes
- Grayson City Council sets public hearing dates for millage rate 3 hours, 47 minutes
- Local sports talk hosts fired for offensive bit 4 hours, 14 minutes
- Tardy takes big lead at Georgia Girls Championship 6 hours, 9 minutes
- Tree crashes into home during afternoon storm 7 hours, 41 minutes
- Supreme Court rules in bank's favor in Gwinnett ID theft case 8 hours, 13 minutes
- Following theft corporation donates to soccer club 8 hours, 16 minutes
- Court ruling on Ariz. voting also affects Ga. law 8 hours, 24 minutes
- Bridge rededicated in honor of fallen officer 9 hours, 11 minutes
- Local morning show to broadcast from Duluth 9 hours, 16 minutes
- Aurora Theatre announces new sponsors 10 hours, 23 minutes
- "Jazz in the Alley" event slated for Norcross 12 hours, 10 minutes
- Suspect hit by car during police chase 12 hours, 30 minutes
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Happy Father’s Day , for every time I overheard, “Don’t tell Mom.”
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: People watching is a great education.
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- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The older I get, the more patriotic I become
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- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’ve tried something new (and I like it)
- BUCK'S BYTES: Internet tax reform long overdue
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- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’m now in progressives
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Men – 7,000; Women 20,000
Suspect hit by car during police chase
75 percent of SPLOST proposal could go to transportation
OUR VIEW: Library system needs new vision
"Jazz in the Alley" event slated for Norcross
KING: Will Georgia's U.S. Senators vote 'YES' on amnesty again?
Digging for artifacts lands Ga. man in jail
Supreme Court rules in bank's favor in Gwinnett ID theft case
Library director fired without cause
MCCULLOUGH: Americans should be ashamed of letting liberties be taken
Woman arrested at Parkview graduation after fighting with cops
ROBINSON: On DNA, Scalia was right
LETTERS: Attention diverted, freedom erodes
Commissioners catch chickens in Norcross neighborhood
Thousands gather at Mall of Georgia as Falcons host tailgate
POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Local congressman participates in Food Stamp Challenge
Thousands of people gathered as the Atlanta Falcons hosted the first Tailgate With the Falcons. The event featured many of the same tailgaters you see
A man was arrested Friday evening after his Nissan Pathfinder lost control and crashed into a gas pump at a CITGO station.
Overcomers House Inc. set up shop in the Healing Place Church parking lot to hand out enough food to feed 400 families Saturday morning.
On June 29, 1973, the county's first Rotary club was chartered with Troy Chatham taking the first position as president.
Daily Post golfer of the year shoots 4-under and is only golfer under par after first day at Atlanta Athletic Club
Officer James "Chris" Magill killed by drunk driver on May 23, 1993
Here's a list of historical landmarks throughout the state.
Overcompensating to the nth degree, director Zack Snyder loses all sense of restraint and turns everything over to his CGI effects team for this movie.