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More than 300 women turned out Saturday for Lingerie Football League tryouts in Fairburn. The Atlanta Steam franchise will play in Duluth, beginning next year.
Almost exactly six years after his disappearance, the remains of a Snellville military veteran have been identified.
A news anchor for Fox 5 Atlanta has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after authorities say she caused a wrong-way crash on a city street.
A game-by-game look at the youth football feeder league's championship matchups.
Parkwood Farms, which provides therapy for autistic children, recently received an eviction notice but is fighting the process in federal court.
The Norcross man charged after a months-long tryst with a 14-year-old south Georgia girl is now also facing deportation.
David Kamara is the second Grayson football player in as many weeks to decommit from Clemson.
Sugarloaf Mills is adding a retail store that was co-founded by the rapper Jay-Z.
Looking toward the Fiscal Year 2014 budget, leaders with the Gwinnett County BOE want teachers to hang in there despite possibilities of further increased class sizes and other measures to deal with projected shortfalls.
The Daily Post's basketball Super Six for the 2012-2013 season.