HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe's opposition will hold rallies in the capital Sunday following a favorable court ruling, an official said Saturday, with only weeks to go before its leader faces longtime President Robert Mugabe in a runoff.
JERUSALEM - Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to start drafting sections of a proposed peace accord that address the main issues of their conflict, the chief Palestinian negotiator said.
PRISTINA, Kosovo - Armed assailants trying to break into the home of Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci exchanged fire with guards, but the leader was away and his family was not hurt, police said Saturday.
SEOUL, South Korea - President Bush pledged Saturday to come up with measures to ensure that beef from older cattle - considered at greater risk of mad cow disease - is not exported to South Korea, Seoul's presidential office said.
Margaret Elizabeth Gay and Joseph Roswell Evans Jr. were united in marriage at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19, 2008, at Lovely Lane Chapel in St. Simons Island. Dr. Rodger Murchison officiated.
Mr. Melvin Rushing and Ms. Marcia Boyd of Statesboro are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Charlotte Rushing, to Matthew Brian Paige, son of Mr. Ronnie Paige of Augusta and Ms. Linda Peebles of Swainsboro.
SITKA, Alaska - For nearly seven decades, a sad-eyed wooden lump of a man has been gazing out over Sitka Sound beset by the pelting rains and biting winds that whip in from the Pacific Ocean.
Plans have been finalized for the wedding of Missy Mensching and Rahn Hutcheson.
Plans have been finalized for the wedding of Candi Robbins and John Partridge.
In the early 1900s, local Statesboro boys became ingenious in building their own automobiles, of a sort. Called "Pushmobiles," they were essentially four wheels with a very basic frame and some sort of steering mechanism. They became a craze nationwide, and indeed it wasn't long before pushmobile clubs formed.
SALT LAKE CITY - Thirty years have passed, but Heber G. Wolsey still cries when he recalls the day the Mormon church abandoned a policy that had kept black men out of the priesthood.
Recently, people in Statesboro and America alike celebrated Free Comic Book Day, a little-known excuse for graphic novel fans to leave their tabletop role-playing games and mingle with people possessing interests similar to theirs. However, what few realize is that comic books are not simply for children and frequenters of obscure niche markets - they also possess the potential to be literary masterpieces which anyone can enjoy, including young adults. "Maus: A Survivor's Tale" is one such masterpiece. A historical and biographical look into one of the darkest periods in history by Art Spiegelman, this Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel is ...
Vitamin A is a colorful and fun vitamin for summer! It is found in bright orange and dark yellow fruits and vegetables that make great snacks and side dishes. One of the best facts about vitamin A and serving it to your family is its stability to heat, light and oxygen; it is not easily destroyed like some other vitamins. If your carrot sticks sit out at a picnic, they will still contain vitamin A.
COLUMBIA, N.C. - A wildfire that has burned 30,000 acres in eastern North Carolina may smolder for months as it burns decayed vegetation that makes up the soil in the area, North Carolina Forest Service spokesman Bill Swartley said Saturday.
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