Rainbow Village Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is a transitional housing community that supports homeless families with children in north metro Atlanta by providing an opportunity to become self-sufficient and return to our communities as healthy, productive citizens. Homes are offered in the communities of Norcross, Duluth and Snellville.
ATHENS - Georgia has had discussions with University of Colorado officials about filling the vacancy that is suddenly on the Bulldogs' 2006 schedule, two of Georgia's administrators said.
From Staff Reports
WASHINGTON - One hundred days into his second term, President Bush has lost much of the political muscle he boasted about after winning re-election. Gas prices are rising, his approval ratings are sagging, and Americans are unhappy with his handling of the economy and Iraq.
Not all Southerners are authentic
A county commissioner's law firm will be eligible for work from the county, but District 2's Bert Nasuti will have to step out of the room whenever that work comes up.
As a civilized society, we have in place systems of rules and regulations. These processes are designed to create a fair, level playing field for those with competing interests, a way to prevent the biggest or strongest or richest or most powerful from getting their way all the time.
ROME - The GAC girls soccer team used seven second-half goals to rout No. 2 seed Model 7-1 in the first round of the state soccer playoffs on Saturday.
Beckhams suing former nanny
The session has been over for almost a month now, and I have been asked to speak at quite a few forums to give a legislative wrap-up and tell folks how things went. Some are especially curious to hear what it feels like to be a Democrat in the now totally Republican-controlled state government.
WHAT THEY DO: Private investigators specializing in fraud and white collar crime
Ashworth Lake Road closed March 29 for about a month. This coincides with the traffic shift from Henry Clower Boulevard to Gwinnstone Circle south. Traffic for Ashworth Lake Road will be directed to an offsite detour from Greenvalley Court to Lenora Church Road and back to Henry Clower Boulevard. Also, because of the grade change, access to Oak Grove Lane and Britt Road will be through a median opening at Pamela Drive.
Gwinnett Health System Inc. CEO Frank Rinker stepped down earlier this week, but with no official reason for his departure.
Treasury ducks begin hatching
The Shiloh Sidewinders won the Pendleton East Georgia Challenge on April 17 in Conyers.
Where: Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Reps Miller Road
It pays to be good at what you do, especially if you happen to be an educator.
Insurgents release more deadly bombs
The following is a transcript of the 911 call from Jennifer Wilbanks to the Albuquerque Police Department. She is recorded tearfully talking to the 911 operator on one phone, her family back home in Duluth on a second line, and a passerby at the gas station from which her call was made.
Thumbs Up A community shocked
James T. Rewis, age 35 of Suwanee passed away Thursday, April 28, 2005. Arrangements held by Tapp/Tim Stewart Funeral Home and Crematory of Buford. 770-945-9345.
Gail Bowen age 63, of Winder passed away April 29, 2005. Arrangements held by Smith Funeral Home of Winder. 770-867-4553.
Fotios Chronos, age 87 of Atlanta, GA died April 29, 2005. He is survived by his wife, Clara Chronos; son and daughter-in-law, Nicholas and Heather Chronos of Atlanta ...
Kenneth J. Keeling age 48, of Lawrenceville passed away April 30, 2005. Arrangements held by Hamilton Mill Memorial Chapel of Buford. 770-945-6924.
Mr. Robert C. Barrier, age 66 of Buford passed away April 29, 2005. Arrangements held by Flanigan Funeral Home and Crematory of Buford. 770-932-1133.
Mrs. Peggy Joyce Yearwood Evans, age 68, of Bogart passed away Friday, April 29, 2005. Arrangements held by Evans Funeral Home of Jefferson. 706-367-5467.
James Jim Wesley Huff, age 87 of Loganville passed away Friday, April 29, 2005. Arrangements will be held by Tim Stewart Funeral Home of Loganville. 770-466-1544.