Loran Smith’s light-hearted remarks to the Rotary Club included his insights on a number of famous people that he’s met.
The parade will begin at 6 p.m. at Jackson High School.
Head coach Corey Johnson said he is excited about the team shaping up to have good ball-handling ability and the ability to play with speed.
An analysis of sales data and store circulars by two research firms contradicts conventional wisdom that Black Friday is when shoppers can get the most and biggest sales of the year.
The weather service said while it may not have been in contact with the ground along the entire 118-mile path, it hit its peak intensity in Upson County, north of Thomaston, with winds as high as 130 mph.
Flames engulfed at least a dozen businesses in Ferguson early Tuesday and gunfire kept firefighters at bay after protests over the decision not to indict a police officer in Michael Brown’s death turned violent.
Activists plan to rally in downtown Atlanta in response to a grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old in Ferguson, Missouri.
Canned goods and monetary donations help provide meals for the needy at Christmas and stock the food pantry of the Salvation Army in Jackson.
English became the public face of the state's weak response to a January snowstorm
The head of Georgia's emergency management agency has been demoted to a deputy position, months after becoming the public face of the state's weak response to a January snowstorm that trapped motorists on highways in metro Atlanta for hours.
Atlanta's fire chief has been suspended after city officials say he violated policy by self-publishing a book that describes homosexuality as a "perversion."
The fundraising goal is $50,000 for the 2015 Relay For Life of Butts County, set for May 8 at the Charlie Brown Track.
Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted in the August death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
LaTonya Evans, 44, and two others were charged following the December 2013 robbery and shooting of a postal employee in Conley.
Dozens of representatives from businesses, colleges and the armed forces educated Jackson High School students Nov. 19 on the possibilities that await them after graduation.
The event will include a full breakfast and pictures with Santa. Donations will be accepted.
The campaign will target drivers and passengers who are not restrained in motor vehicles as well as adults who do not properly restrain children. The enforcement effort will continue through Nov. 30.
In order to allow employees extra time to spend with family, the office will also be closed Friday, Nov. 28.
I would like to think that that night started the process of my personal growth. I know that is probably little solace to Lee Fambro. It took a lot of courage for Lee and Prentice to come to a previously all-white school.
Right at 8 a.m. on the 18th, the scouts arrived and began their duties of clearing out the underbrush, fallen trees and so forth.
When you have a talented student body like ours and a hard-working staff of 500 men and women standing behind them, it is a wonderful thing to see positive change as a fruit to enjoy.