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  • Sheriff Victor Hill
    Sheriff Victor Hill: Georgia sheriff not cooperating, accused of shooting woman
    Sheriff Victor Hill of Clayton County Georgia is accused of shooting and critically injuring a woman Sunday night. The incident occurred inside of a $400,000 model home in a Gwinnett County subdivision. When officers arrived, the 50-year-old Hill...
  • Mom, cops double team 10-year-old
    Mom, cops double team 10-year-old: Mom has son 'arrested,' good parenting?
    A mom and the local cops teamed up to teach a ten-year-old boy a lesson he will likely never forget. Exasperated at her son’s continual misbehavior in school, this Georgia mom called up her local cops, who agreed to pay the young...
  • Experience island living in Georgia at Eagle Island
    Experience island living in Georgia at Eagle Island
    Ever dreamed of being all alone on an island without any other sign of civilization for miles? Well, you don't have to go too far from Atlanta to be able to experience that! A short ride to the coast at Darien and Eagle Island's Captain...
  • Ava's Law Signed Into Law By Governor Deal
    Ava's Law Signed Into Law By Governor Deal
    Ava's Law became a reality today in Georgia after Governor Nathan Deal signed the legislation into law. Previously in the state of Georgia, Autism therapy and support was not covered by health insurance in that state.Anna Bullard became an...
  • Second Medal of Honor goes on display at Southern Museum
    Second Medal of Honor goes on display at Southern Museum
    A second Medal of Honor is now on display at theSouthern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive Historyin Kennesaw, Ga.The medal wasawarded to Wilson W. Brownin 1904 as a replacement for the one he received in 1863. Thehistoric medalis on display...
  • Sequoyah and the Pine Log Valley
    Was Sequoyah the son of an African slave?
    Linguistic and circumstantial evidence suggest that Sequoyah’s mother was not who the tourist brochures say she was.In their continuing journey into Tennessee’s early history, Native American researchers at the People of One Fire have...
  • Norcross sophomore Robert Beal among best in nation in Class of 2017
    Norcross sophomore Robert Beal among best in nation in Class of 2017
    The Norcross Blue Devil football program has a history of producing championship teams as well as some of the top football talent in the state, and it looks like the legacy is safe with players like Robert Beal in the program.Beal is a 6-foor-four...
  • From the Bonaventure Cemetery Near Savannah, Georgia
    'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil': 4 Murder Trials, Portrait of Savannah
    This character study of the city of Savannah, Georgia in the 1980s is non-fiction, according to author John Berendt—or at least the people portrayed are real. Some of the names have been changed to protect the privacy of the people involved...
  • Mandarin Oriental Atlanta
    Review: The Mandarin Oriental in Atlanta
    This past March, I had the utmost pleasure of attending the Laughing Skull comedy festival in Atlanta, Georgia. After writing up a story about the underground comedy scene in New York City and the countless rising comics who live in the Big Apple,...
  • Gwinnett County Animal Shelter closed because of virus in dogs
    Gwinnett County Animal Shelter closed because of mystery illness
    The Gwinnett County Animal Shelter in Georgia has shut its doors because dogs are getting extremely ill. No new dogs will be accepted, and no dogs will be adopted during this time. According to shelter workers, dogs who were playful and healthy...
  • AT&T in Georgia
    AT&T continues to make big investments in Georgia
    AT&T has invested almost $5.4 billion over three years on local networks in the state of Georgia.AT&T is the leader when it comes to wireless service in the state of Georgia and it's no accident.AT&T has made no secret that it...
  • Enjoy Atlanta museums for less during Atlanta Museum Week
    Enjoy Atlanta museums for less during Atlanta Museum Week
    Anyone looking to explore some of Atlanta’s top museums will have the chance to do so for a reduced rate starting later this month.More than two dozenAtlantamuseums and historical sites are offering two-for-one admission during the first...
  • Squirrel Mountain Petroglyph - sepiatone
    Georgia's Nacoochee Valley, a forgotten Native American metropolis
    In 1939, archaeologist Robert Wauchope identified what was possibly the most densely populated locale in Pre-Columbian North America, along the 22 miles of rivers and streams in this scenic mountain valley. His discoveries lend great credibility...
  • Woman wiht Handgun
    Georgia will host 'Women's Handgun Class'
    According to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR), they will host a “Women's Handgun Class” as part of their series called “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” or (BOW). According to the GDNR, the workshop will be...
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    Roadside oddities: Howard Finster's Paradise Garden
    Howard Finster was a remarkable man. A Baptist minister who played banjo and composed songs and poetry, he was touched by visions throughout his life. He became an honorary Kentucky Colonel and was given a key to the city of Summerville, Georgia....
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