WASHINGTON - Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter says a recurrence of cancer is just another bump in the road that won't slow him down.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Wednesday, April 16, 2008
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WASHINGTON - Tax Day, said Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, is viewed by many as ''sort of a national anti-holiday'' and the debate in Congress Tuesday on tax policy was more confrontation than celebration.
WASHINGTON - Rep. Patrick Kennedy says his personal struggles to recover from depression, alcoholism and substance abuse have made him a more compelling advocate in Congress for improved mental health care coverage.
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. - Army Sgt. Maj. David Allard used to break down troops to prepare them for the rigors of the infantry. But after suffering a brain injury in Iraq, he got a new assignment: helping rebuild wounded soldiers so they could return to duty.
It's wise to have specific goals and objectives in the year ahead, but also prepare yourself to be flexible about the way you achieve them. The more open you are to new ways of thinking, the sooner you'll find success.
DEAR DR. GOTT: The cures for leg cramps discussed in your column have been of interest to me because 50 years ago, my husband and I were troubled with them. At that time, I read an article written by a doctor who recommended vitamin B-6. We began taking one tablet a day, and a short while later, the cramps were gone.
ROCKVILLE, Conn. - A man accused of shooting his pregnant girlfriend and threatening to kill himself in a tavern parking lot while holding his young child in his arms was arraigned Tuesday on attempted murder and other charges.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Gay couples had to struggle mightily to win the right to marry or form civil unions. Now, some are finding that breaking up is hard to do, too.
Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Tuesday, April 15, 2008
PITTSBURGH - Republican Sen. John McCain on Tuesday called for a summer-long suspension of the federal gasoline tax and several tax cuts as the likely presidential nominee sought to stem the public's pain from a troubled economy.
HARTFORD, Conn. - A Puerto Rican nationalist charged in a multimillion-dollar 1983 robbery should be held without bail until his trial, a federal magistrate ruled Tuesday.
DEAR ABBY: My parents will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this year, so my siblings and I have been trying to plan something special.
A 4-year-old boy informed his preschool teacher - a friend of mine - that he'd broken his iPad.
Note: The following is the first of a series of columns exploring the importance of rivers, ferries, bridges and waterways in the early history of ...
Mrs. Frances Y. Webb
WASHINGTON - Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court, has died. He was 79.
Annie Lane Clark Biggs
Bulloch County Commissioner Ray Mosley announced this week he intends to run for re-election to the District 1A post.
FORT STEWART - Military bases in three U.S. states will share $17.5 million in conservation funding to protect longleaf pine forests used for training ...
Mr. Randy Cassedy and Mrs. Susan Cassedy of Statesboro, Ga., are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Blair Cassedy, to Daniel Cook ...
Annie Lane Clark Biggs
Georgia Southern Baseball's annual 'Evening With the All-Stars' has been a hit from its inception, and the long line of star power that has ...
By HORACE HOLLOMAN
ATLANTA (AP) - Personal seat license sales for the Atlanta Falcons' new stadium have surpassed expectations set by the firm handling the process for the team.
When I was in school, everybody had to join something or be an outsider. If you were a part of 4-H, Glee Club, Latin Club ...
ATLANTA - Dozens of Georgia prison guards agreed to protect drug smuggling operations for a high-level trafficker, believing their status as correctional officers would protect them ...