These days participation trumps performance. And that's a good thing.
Saturday's Kid's Fishing Day at Jones Bridge Park brings back great memories of time spent with my grandfather.
This is a busy week. Memorial Day is in the offing, school lets out and graduation ceremonies abound. There are many stories to be told, which means it will also be a busy week for us here at the paper. In turn, we
Poverty is Real is a nonprofit organization whose name gets right to the point. The Decatur-based group uses music and concerts as a way to raise money to fight poverty in local communities. In Everett's Music Barn, the organization has found the perfect musical partner to raise funds for
One of the unique byproducts of playing golf in the American Cancer Society's Tournament of Hope is the chance to honor or memorialize a loved one.
David Gordon watched Tom Watson win the Masters in 1981. Last week he finally got the champion to sign his pairing sheet from that day.
Pro golf returns to the TPC at Sugarloaf this week along with the many volunteers it takes to stage the tournament.
Joe Marelle's inspirational story of his battle with cancer found a new, and national, audience this past weekend at the Final Four.
It's not always easy, but sometimes you have to trust the process and keep putting one foot down after another.
A salute to volunteers and the dedication they show through rain or shine (or snow flurries.
The Wounded Warriors Amputee team will play an exhibition at Peachtree Ridge on April 5, a night that will include famous sports stars and a chance to interact with them and the Warriors.
There's nothing like high school sports and winning a state title. Especially when the school is your own.
That smile is right up there. Anyone who ever met Jamie Britt remembers it. It was both disarming and inviting, making him easy to befriend.
Jack Kingston knows his way around Washington, D.C. (sometimes even by bike) after serving 20 years as a Congressman from Savannah. But the Republican representative is not as familiar in these parts despite his upbringing in Athens, where he attended Clarke Central High School and the University of Georgia.
Rennie Curran was a football star at Brookwood High School. But when the linebacker, who went on to great success at the University of Georgia and then to the pros, thought about how he wanted to give back to his home school and county, he wanted to help kids like he had been helped. So a mentoring workshop made perfect sense.
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