Joann W. Eberhart, age 72, of Winder, GA, passed away November 6, 2007. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Winder, GA, 770-867-4553.
Mrs. Florence J. Hunt, age 92, of Buford, GA passed away on Wednesday, November 7, 2007. She is survived by her: Husband of 65 years: Mr. Kokomo K. Hunt, Buford ...
On November 6, 2007 James W. Willette, Sr. mercifully called home to rest with his cherished daughter, Jammie. Jim leaves behind a large loving family: Wife of 31 years, Sarah ...
Tom E. Johnson, age 51, of Snellville, GA, died Sunday, November 4, 2007. Arrangements by The Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory, Lilburn/Tucker Chapel, 770-564-2726.
Earlene Lucile Spurlin, age 78, of Winder, GA, passed away November 6, 2007. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Winder, GA, 770-867-4553.
Frank Morefield Olinger, Sr., age 82 of Winder, Georgia, died Tuesday, November 6, 2007 after an extended illness. Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 9, 2007 at 11:00 ...
Thomas Walter Cline, Jr., 79, of Buford, GA, died on November the 5th of complications from lung cancer. A celebration of Tom's life for friends and family will be held ...
Tommy Lee Harris, age 60, of Duluth, GA, died November 6, 2007. Arrangements by Bill Head Funeral Home and Crematory, Duluth Chapel, 770-476-2535.
Mrs. Clyde Jeanette Pirkle Turner, 86, of Duluth, GA, died November 6, 2007. The funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, November 9th, at Crowell Brothers Peachtree Chapel ...
Hazel Maynard Skinner, age 86, of Winder, GA, passed away November 7, 2007. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Winder, GA, 770-867-4553.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State may not have been concentrating solely on Illinois when it struggled to beat the Illini last season.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Neither of the Aaron brothers will sit on the Statham City Council next year.
ATLANTA - A shareholder advisory group urged Beazer Homes USA Inc.'s board Tuesday to fire Chief Executive Ian McCarthy because of financial, legal and accounting problems that the homebuilder has faced in recent months.
ATLANTA - A few decades ago, people probably would have said kids like Ryan Massey and Eddie Scheuplein were just odd. Or difficult.
Jeff Francoeur will have a little something else to pick up when he gets back from his honeymoon in Mexico.
LAWRENCEVILLE - City residents gave overwhelming nods to revitalization referenda Tuesday.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Georgia's historic drought may have an impact on rezonings, as planning commissioners decided Tuesday to recommend denying a rezoning request at a popular strawberry field after local residents said the area's infrastructure wasn't ready for commercial growth.
WINDER - In heavily Republican Barrow County, the two Democrats in the race for the District 3 Board of Commissioner's chair will face each other in a Dec. 4 runoff.
In general, locker rooms, schools and even hospitals are not considered cesspools for germs.
ORLANDO, Fla. - A new blood thinner proved better than Plavix, one of the world's top-selling drugs, at preventing heart problems after procedures to open clogged arteries, doctors reported Sunday. But the new drug also raised the risk of serious bleeding.
SUGAR HILL - A seat on Sugar Hill's City Council has been a desire of Susie Gajewski's for about 20 years. Tuesday night the 43-year-old's dream came true.
WINDER - George "Chip" Thompson III, 56, will replace Buddy Ouzts, who is stepping down after 16 years as Winder's mayor.
DULUTH - Twenty-five runners proved Tuesday morning that the 600 miles between Duluth and Tampa, Fla., isn't all that far. If the cause is right.
We sure know how to pick them, don't we?
LAWRENCEVILLE - Two incumbents will continue to serve on Lawrenceville's City Council, as voters Tuesday re-elected Bob Clark and P.K. Martin IV.
ATHENS - Knowshon Moreno has vaguely heard of a guy named Herschel Walker.
Facebook unveils advertisement targeting plan
Suspect in officer's killing apprehended without incident
LAWRENCEVILLE - The faces of local municipal leadership will change, after Tuesday's election placed six new mayors in office in Gwinnett and Barrow.
LAWRENCEVILLE - One Dacula councilman is in a runoff, while another won his race by just five votes in Tuesday's election.
ATLANTA - For the second year in a row, Atlanta-based Pull-A-Part earned first place honors in the waste reduction and recycling category of the 2007 Keep Georgia Beautiful Awards.
SUWANEE - Dave Williams said continuing to make Suwanee a great place to live is his main goal as the city's new mayor.
NEW YORK - Oil futures jumped to a new record of $97 a barrel Tuesday after bombings in Afghanistan and an attack on a Yemeni oil pipeline compounded the supply concerns that have driven crude prices higher in recent weeks.
GRAYSON - Voters chose a political newcomer Tuesday over a four-term incumbent in the race for Grayson City Council Post 4.
LAWRENCEVILLE - It was ladies night in Auburn Tuesday, as women won all four seats up for grabs in the city.
The Georgia Campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine held its inaugural 5K fun-run event on Saturday.
YOUNG HARRIS - Quality of life will be focus for 2008, as commissioners outlined agendas that included a recycling program at parks, noise, signs and litter crack-downs, a county gang ordinance and incentives for revitalization.
Blood drive to be held in Duluth
NORCROSS - And then there were two.
DULUTH - Political newcomer Nancy Harris will serve as the next mayor of Duluth.
2007 becomes deadliest year for U.S. troops in Iraq
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Richard Jefferson scored 25 points and Antoine Wright added 15 to lead the New Jersey Nets to an 87-82 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - With the mission finally coming to a close, Discovery's commander acknowledged Tuesday she had been 'extremely concerned' about the safety of the spacewalker who went out to fix the space station's ripped solar wing.
T.I. asks judge to let him host Thanksgiving
When Hillary Clinton fumbled a recent debate question about New York's plan to grant driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, she helped clarify at least one issue that keeps getting muddied: Illegal immigrants are illegal.
Man robbed outside his home
BETHLEHEM - Sandy McNabb, 49, was elected mayor of Bethlehem on Tuesday by an unofficial vote count of 34 to 5.
Experts say Hillary Clinton seems a shoo-in to win the Democratic presidential nomination.
LILBURN - Voters on Tuesday elected Diana Preston as the first woman to serve as the city's mayor.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Sukie Barker is dumbfounded. Saddened. Outraged. And a little more cynical about the human spirit.
SNELLVILLE - By a margin of 19 votes, Jerry Oberholtzer won his second term as Snellville's mayor.
SUWANEE - Officials with FBI Atlanta have joined Suwanee police in the hunt for a man who robbed a Suwanee bank Tuesday.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech's loss to Virginia Tech last week dropped the Yellow Jackets one spot above last place in the ACC's Coastal Division, where sits a reminder that things could be worse.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Go ahead and raise a glass in Loganville.
BANGALORE, India - Revered by some in her village as the reincarnation of a Hindu goddess, a 2-year-old girl born with four arms and four legs was undergoing surgery Tuesday to leave her with a normal body.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Gwinnett police are asking for information that might lead to a missing college student last seen at Wild Bill's nightclub in Duluth.
WINDER - Barrow County schools should wait until fall 2009 before instituting Bible-based classes, assistant superintendent Claire Miller told Board of Education members Tuesday.
We sure know how to pick them, don't we?
ATLANTA - The way he was flying around the ice, Ilya Kovalchuk might have had a chance for a third straight hat trick Tuesday night.
Brian Kennerly, assistant headmaster for external affairs at Wesleyan, has trouble explaining his job title.