Brotherly bond pulls Norcross linebackers together
Buford has had 26 players carry the ball this season.
North Gwinnett grad’s blocking, pass-catching have helped Tigers to Saturday’s SEC Championship Game at the Georgia Dome
The 1998 season was a rough one for Gwinnett’s three remaining football teams in the state high school playoffs
A crowd gathered Wednesday night at Thrasher Park in Norcross for the third annual event.
Lawrenceville Councilman P.K. Martin served his last meeting on the City Council, as he prepares to mount a state Senate campaign.
Oldest women’s professional player receives Naismith Outstanding Contributor to Women’s College Basketball
Tall shortstop to continue baseball career with Tigers
DeCou led Grizzlies to national tournament in first season of eligibility
Former Falcons honored by Atlanta Sports Council
ESPN announced its top 50 junior college players on Wednesday
Lee Westwood, reunited with his longtime caddie and happy to put in long hours with his swing coach, plans to improve every aspect of his game for next year as he hunts a first major title.
Buford hosts first two rounds of national tournament
Real estate executive Kerry Armstrong was elected Wednesday as the incoming chairman of the Atlanta Regional Commission, a 10-county regional planning board.
The fifth metro Atlanta Cheesecake Factory location will open Tuesday.
There are some people who doubt that family dinners are all they are made out to be. After reviewing seven years of reports from Columbia University’s National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, Carl Bialik, The Wall Street Journal’s “Numbers Guy,” noted that there is a correlation, but no firm causal link, establishing that teens who eat dinner more often with their families were at a lower risk of using illegal drugs.
We in America have gotten used to vast gaps between blacks and whites on test scores. But this was not always the case, in places where there was anything like comparable education.
The SEAL Legacy Foundation honored Operation One Voice for its work supporting fallen and wounded special forces members and their families.
A Norcross charter school has announced it’s expanding its blended education model to Ivy Prep Kirkwood in DeKalb County. The school opened in 2008, but shifted to a blended education model in August, which combines traditional classrooms with technology and virtual learning.
The organization provides support and resources for families who have medically fragile children.