Former Georgia athletic director Damon Evans is working in marketing for a company in Boston, his father, Sam, confirmed this afternoon.
More Georgia high school students are trying to get a jumpstart on college credit by taking Advanced Placement courses and exams.
Friday will mark the third year The Augusta Chronicle will print on pink newsprint as part of the newspaper's month-long effort to raise awareness of breast cancer.
A Glenn Hills Middle School boy exposed himself during class and was suspended for the rest of the semester, according to Richmond County tribunal findings made public today.
ATLANTA — Bobby Cox is still waiting for the one retirement gift he wants most of all — one last trip to the postseason.
ATLANTA — The Republican National Committee is threatening to take Roy Barnes to court over the Democrat’s use of the elephant logo on Web site.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina's prison director still wants a system to jam all cell signals in prison but now says he is testing another technology that intercepts signals from phones illegally smuggled to inmates.
WASHINGTON - Former President Jimmy Carter landed in Washington today after spending two nights in an Ohio hospital recovering from a viral infection that doctors say likely gave him stomach problems.
ATLANTA — Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has named six health priorities.
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