Like his fellow inductees into the hall's second class -- former Norcross swimmer Mary Ellen Warta, Central Gwinnett grad and college football coach Ted Roof, Central grad and longtime basketball coach Eddie Martin and late brothers Ivey and Red Wingo of Norcross -- George Rogers left the event with quite a bit of hardware.
CHICAGO -- Joe Johnson scored 34 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat Derrick Rose and the top-seeded Chicago Bulls 103-95 on Monday night in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
ATLANTA -- Alex Gonzalez hit a three-run double to give Atlanta the lead and the Braves finally solved Yovani Gallardo, beating the Milwaukee Brewers 6-2 on Monday night.
Brittany Giese can only imagine the party her husband would throw in heaven to celebrate the news that the most infamous terrorist in the world was killed.
Lowndes got outstanding rounds of 4-under par 68 and 3-under 69 from twin brothers Joseph and Sam Straka to post a score of 293, two strokes better than Milton's 295 and seven ahead of Harrison's 300, to claim the team title.
It doesn't get more human than this.
Tift County won the team championship with a 159, while West Forsyth was the runner-up at 163.
The senior shot a 73, one over par, to win the individual state championship after taking second last year.
Shoiban Fraser qualified in two events by winning region championships in the high jump and triple jump, making sure her final high school track and field season will finish well.
ATLANTA -- Greater Atlanta Christian didn't have a single runner qualify for the state meet during Monday's Region 6-AA track and field championships, but the Spartans still managed to win the region title
Nearly 10 years after his wife was killed at the World Trade Center, Charles Wolf still falls asleep each night on one side of his bed.
Snellville officially has a new plan for the future.
The Lawrenceville City Council re-emphasized its opposition to the expansion at Briscoe Field following a report from Council members Tony Powell and Katie Smith at Monday night's council meeting.
From the witness stand Monday, Donna Rompf testified the last time she saw her daughter, Ashley Schutt, as a free woman, she was shaking and crying with fear that her husband would discover her planned divorce.
A man has been charged with vehicular homicide in the death of a motorcyclist in a Friday morning collision.
MADISON — All Emee Herbert wanted to do Monday at the Class AA girls state tournament was shoot under par.
SUWANEE — A year earlier, Shoiban Fraser finished in a dreaded spot.
Bill Manson hands out balloons to players of the fifth annual Tournament of Hope as they gather for a tribute ceremony and balloon release in memory of cancer survivors and victims prior to the start of play Monday at Berkeley Hills Country Club in Duluth. The Tournament of Hope is a golf event that brings together metro Atlanta business and community leaders who volunteer their time and efforts to support the American Cancer Society and cancer patients across Georgia.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Time and time again the Gwinnett Braves found themselves in trouble. Each time they minimized the damage, but it built up.
MaxPreps honored the Norcross girls basketball team Monday with a presentation for being nationally ranked and winning the Class AAAAA state championship this past season. The Blue Devils received the award, presented by the U.S. Army National Guard, during a Monday afternoon assembly.
Peachtree Ridge will hold a ceremony Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. in the high school’s commons area to honor its athletes who have signed with college programs.
SUGAR HILL — Sugar Hill’s “Reels at Robinson,” a monthly outdoor movie series at E.E. Robinson Park, is one of the warmer seasons’ hottest family draws for the self-proclaimed Recreation City.
The Gwinnett Braves and Georgia Force are both accepting donations for the relief effort across the southeast for victims of the recent tornados.
NORCROSS — Warm weather in Norcross means fresh foods, music and lots of outdoor activities. Mayor Bucky Johnson announced Monday during the City Council meeting that the Whistle Stop Farmers Market, the annual Car Show, the Strawberry Stroll and the city’s first official outdoor concert all take place this month.
You know you're in a different world than the one you grew up in when Superman stops believing in the American way. If you hadn't heard: The Land of Liberty's favorite super-powered illegal alien is abandoning his U.S. identity.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Residents and groups have two more weeks to compete in the Great American Clean Up.
The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce advocates and supports business growth and community progress for the purpose of long-term sustainability and a superior quality of life in our community. With those goals in mind, transportation in any form plays a vital role in the forward movement of those common goals.