In a day and age when so many talented high school athletes transfer to play at perennial powerhouses, Christian Davila's decision to move from Winder-Barrow to Hebron Christian can be seen in a different light.
Jason Neal fluffed the hair on the hind legs of a docile, six-month-old Charolais heifer Monday, spraying tail adhesive -- "It's sort of like a super, super strong hairspray," he said -- to set the hair in place.
ATLANTA -- Nikki Gonzalez, like many Falcons fans, obviously wasn't familiar with Michael Palmer. "Who's that?" asked the 9-year-old after overhearing his father share a few words with the player dressing two stalls away in the Atlanta locker room Sunday at Georgia Dome.
At just three days old, Ellie Mae is as friendly as can be, bounding up to greet 5-year-old Anastasia Mathis and her 3-year-old sister Brianna, who stood outside her pen Monday.
Police have charged an acquaintance of 61-year-old Eva May Francis with fatally shooting her earlier this month.
BUFORD -- A late-morning fire Monday claimed a Buford home in the 2800 block of Sardis Drive, an official said.
H. William Craver III was named interim dean of the osteopathic medicine program at the Georgia campus of the Philadelphia college of Osteopathic Medicine.
BUFORD — Two teens suffered minor injuries Saturday afternoon when the gun they were playing with fired, police said.
Dacula’s Rogers a finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year
Yemenis flee battle with al-Qaida
At least there’s a bye coming up. It will be the only brief respite for Norcross’ football team in the next few weeks.
GRAYSON — After serving as a member of the Grayson City Council for 18 years, Tammy Shumate resigned Monday night because she and her husband, Greg, are moving to Buckhead.
LILBURN — Kylie Kleinschmidt threw a five-inning no-hitter as Providence Christian’s softball team defeated Pinecrest Academy 8-0 on Monday in Region 5-A play.
ATLANTA — A Buford woman was arraigned Monday before a U.S. Magistrate Court, facing charges that she forced a pair of young women into what an attorney called “modern day slavery.”
DULUTH — Gwinnett Gladiators head coach Jeff Pyle finally landed a pair of players he had been in talks with all summer.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau has announced two organizations will receive funding for tourism-related projects.
Fire under bridge halts commuter rail for hours
Arrest warrant issued for Lindsay Lohan