June 20, 1934- November 25, 2008 Mary Kathleen Chriswell, age 74, of Abbeville, GA, formerly of Loganville, GA, passed away Nov. 25, 2008. Mrs Chriswell was preceded in death by ...
Mrs. Esther Mittman, age 86, of Gainesville, GA, passed away Saturday, December 6, 2008. Arrangements will be announced later by Tapp/Tim Stewart Funeral Home of Buford, GA 770-945-9345
John Edward (Edd) Kemker, age 76, of Chamblee, Ga., died December 5, 2008. Arrangements by Bill Head Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc. Lilburn/Tucker Chapel 770-564-2726
Greg Maddux is all done.
NORCROSS - Faced with clutch situations throughout its Class A state semifinal game against Lincoln County, Wesleyan simply found a way each time.
Consumers unexpectedly trimmed borrowing in Oct.
NORCROSS - Daniel Cardwell wasn't the main receiver. In fact, he wasn't even Wesleyan quarterback Conor Welton's second choice.
ATLANTA - Nick Saban and Urban Meyer both took a mulligan in their first seasons.
New waste management plan: Residents may have to pay fee Companies sue county after being forced out by new program
LAWRENCEVILLE - Unfortunately for affected residents, the county said Friday it can't do anything about a $23.50 fee levied on them by two garbage haulers being forced out of Gwinnett by the new countywide trash plan.
SUWANEE - The question comes at me in e-mail form and it comes straight from football fans at games.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Left tackle Sam Baker has done everything required to rehab his lower back following surgery in late October.
Gladiators fall in shootout to Sea Wolves Gwinnett cedes extra point to division foe after rallying in 3rd
BILOXI, Miss. - The Gwinnett Gladiators rallied from a third-period deficit with a pair of goals 37 seconds apart but fell 4-3 in an eight-round shootout against Mississippi on Friday.
US preparing for troop buildup in Afghanistan
SUWANEE - Peachtree Ridge was given a second chance to win Friday's Class AAAAA semifinal game.
I keep seeing letters and articles complaining about President-elect Obama's choices for his cabinet - that he is "recycling" Clinton advisers or he is "going backward" in choosing people who previously served President Clinton.
Man ticketed in gridlock while wife in labor
BUFORD - Buford's 44-21 win over Fitzgerald on Friday night produced the response you would expect from a victory in the semifinals.
LAWRENCEVILLE - A recount has been requested in the Norcross City Council runoff election decided by one vote this week.
SUWANEE - Three suspects in a massive identity theft operation have been prosecuted in Oregon by federal authorities, Suwanee Police said.
Hollywood's No. 1 women: Winfrey and Jolie
Mississippi was calling my name the other day, beckoning me softly to pay a visit to the land that often comforts me.
LOGANVILLE - It's a holiday tradition at McConnell Middle School.
ATLANTA - No team takes more 3-pointers than the New York Knicks.
The government mounted a vigorous defense Friday of its massive bank bailout, responding to an Associated Press analysis showing that stock in the program intended to eventually earn taxpayers a profit has lost about one-third of its value - nearly $9 billion - in barely one month.
BUFORD - For the whole game, Daniel Villafuerte just kept kicking.
"Mr. President, I understand you wanted to see me? And why are you holding a garbage bag?"
Earlier this year, Porsha Porter was the main cog for one of Georgia's top girls basketball programs, Mill Creek.
LILBURN - Parkview's girls basketball team improved to 5-0 on Friday with a 52-33 victory over Central Gwinnett in a Region 8-AAAAA game.
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech coach MaChelle Joseph doesn't mince words when she talks about state rival Georgia.
There he goes again. Bill Shipp's attack on Sen. Saxby Chambliss ("Boss Jim, the most powerful man in Georgia," Nov. 26, 8A) is just a continuation of Shipp's crusade to attack all Republicans. You see, Bill Shipp has long been a Democratic Party strategist posing as a political analyst and columnist.
I guess unsolicited solicitation is a necessary evil of the free enterprise system. I know it has been around as long as I have. When I was a kid, I was a heck of a solicitor. I would try to sell anything, "try" being the operative word.
It's like a rock in the pit of your stomach, a cold clammy feeling that spreads up your gut and momentarily stops your breath.