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  • Rebel flag protest viral video: Redneck pride parade of trucks ends in crash
    Rebel flag protest viral video: Redneck pride parade of trucks ends in crash
    A viral video of an impromptu parade of trucks flying Confederate flags in Dalton, Georgia, this weekend is making the Internet rounds. And its popularity extends not as much for the apparent protest of the national controversy surrounding its...
  • Migration Legend combo
    Priceless document, lost for 280 years, places first Maya colony in Savannah
    The original copy of the Migration Legend of the Creek People has been discovered after being lost for 280 years. It is now understood why the original name of Tybee Island, GA was Taube. Taube is the Itza Maya word for salt! The island was an...
  • Daisy at Floyd County Animal Control
    Daisy's freedom ride zero to 50
    Floyd County, GA: Yesterday, June 28 a horrible picture of a depressed dog who's given up after being dumped in a high kill shelter appeared on Facebook. Daisy, a yellow lab was being networked through Facebook and social media in hopes that...
  • Atlanta Cyclorama closing tomorrow as it prepares to move
    Atlanta Cyclorama closing tomorrow as it prepares to move
    The Atlanta Cycloramaand Civil War Museum will closetomorrow as the famous attraction prepares to move to another part of town.The painting and the Texas locomotive made famous in theGreat Locomotive Chaseare moving to the Atlanta History Center...
  • Sculptor selected for King statue at Georgia Capitol
    Sculptor selected for King statue at Georgia Capitol
    Georgia officials have selected a Henry County-based sculptor to create a statue of Martin Luther King Jr. for the Georgia Capitol grounds.Andy Davis, who started his full-time career as a sculptor in 1999, will create the statue. Once finished,...
  • Inaugural Georgia Restaurant Week kicks off July 13
    Inaugural Georgia Restaurant Week kicks off July 13
    Some of the hottest restaurants inGeorgia are coming together next month for the first-everGeorgia Restaurant Week.The week-long event is sponsored by theGeorgia Restaurant Association(GRA) and the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD...
  • Black lab mother and her puppies will die in cold, dirty county pound
    Abandoned lab mother and puppies will die in pound with no public adoptions
    A Labrador mother and her puppies will die in a county pound that doesn't allow public adoptions. In fact, the animals are not on any website like Adopt-a-Pet or Petfinder where they might have a chance to be adopted and escape being killed...
  • Downtown Atlanta restaurant week coming in July
    Downtown Atlanta restaurant week coming in July
    Dozens ofDowntown Atlanta restaurants are coming together next month for Downtown Restaurant Week, giving residents and visitors alike an opportunity to explore popular downtown eateries.From July 18 until July 26, the more than three...
  • Rapper Rick Ross and bodyguard charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault and battery
    Rapper Rick Ross charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault and battery
    Rapper Rick Ross, 39, perhaps best known for his 2006 single “Hustlin’” was arrested a few weeks back in Fayette County, Georgia, for misdemeanor marijuana possession and was arrested again in Fayette County on the morning of...
  • Bellevue in Lagrange, Georgia, a Greek Revival mansion and National Historic Landmark
    Bellevue in Lagrange, Georgia, a Greek Revival mansion blossoms with history
    As a visitor approaches Bellevue in Lagrange, Georgia, glimpses of the Greek Revival mansion peek through two 160-year-old magnificent magnolia trees that tower beyond the home’s roofline, and add a magnificent southern splendor to the...
  • College football odds for teams to win the SEC in 2015
    College football odds for teams to win the SEC in 2015
    Here is a list of the odds for college football teams to win the SEC in 2015. After reeling off seven consecutive national championships in college football from 2006 to 2012, the SEC has now gone two years without winning the championship as...
  • Flesh-eating bacteria: Georgia woman could lose hands and feet
    Flesh-eating bacteria: Georgia woman could lose hands and feet
    Health officials in Georgia say that the source of the necrotizing fasciitis, commonly referred to with the misnomer "flesh-eating bacteria," that has placed a Gwinnett County (suburban Atlanta) woman on the brink of losing her hands and...
  • The Limitless Sky
    The effects of chronic unemployment
    The psychological effects of chronic unemployment places an individual in a precarious situation. Emotions run high – frustration being the first. The online application process and the glorified assessment test becomes a tedious, mind...
  • Georgia State Rep. Lee Hawkins elected Vice Chair Human and Health Services
    Human & Health Service Committee new Vice Chair Lee Hawkins (R-27)
    ATLANTA - Georgia Committee on Assignments led by House Speaker David Ralston appointed State Rep. Hawkins (R-27) as Human Health and Services Committee Vice Chair. The committee is responsible for legislation contributing to the conditions of...
  • Getaway to a private island
    Getaway to a private island
    Who hasn't thought of getting away to a private island, a refuge where the only sound you hear is the ocean, the sea birds and the sounds of your own footfalls on the sand? It's possible.Eagle Island, Georgia is one of the dozens of...
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