Mrs. Dorothy Ray McCarty
ORLANDO, Fla. - The photo was never published out of respect for Arnold Palmer.
The goal for the young Bulloch Academy girls' soccer team was to simply be better than the previous game.
ATHENS, Ga. - Brice Ramsey, who never rose to the top of Georgia's depth chart at quarterback but finished the 2016 season as the team's starting punter, is transferring.
NEW YORK - The White House and its allies are stepping up their attacks on a foe typically associated with fragile democracies, military coups and spy thrillers.
NEW YORK - A blustery late-season storm plastered the Northeast with sleet and snow Tuesday, paralyzing much of the Washington-to-Boston corridor after a stretch of unusually mild winter weather that had people thinking spring was already here.
NEW YORK - Matt Garlock has trouble making out what his friends say in loud bars, but when he got a hearing test, the result was normal. Recent research may have found an explanation for problems like his, something called "hidden hearing loss."
Sheriff's investigators are seeking a Portal man wanted on marijuana distribution charges.
Georgia Southern University graduate student Annamarie Kistler has worked meticulously to convey the stories of folk potters in the region through her historical exhibit, "Common Clay."
Feed the Boro is an annual tradition in Statesboro that has helped serve a hot Thanksgiving meal to thousands since it started more than 20 years ago.
Joseph Bryant Williams
For the first time since 2006, Georgia Southern will be playing postseason, national tournament basketball.
Kyle Busch had a gash on his forehead and blood running down his nose when he promised payback to Joey Logano. The two had a brief post-race pit road brawl that can be seen on TMZ, the "Today Show" and, really, just about anywhere.
43-degree air, frequent gusts of wind and a constant drizzle are conditions more resembling a match in London than Brooklet - but those were the conditions at hand during Monday's soccer games with Southeast Bulloch and Windsor Forest.
WASHINGTON - Fourteen million Americans would lose coverage next year under House Republican legislation remaking the nation's health care system, and that number would balloon to 24 million by 2026, Congress' budget analysts projected Monday. Their report deals a stiff blow to a GOP drive already under fire from both parties and large segments of the medical industry.
Cottons Tire has served the citizens of Sylvania's tire and auto repair needs for the past 30 years. Several years ago, the owners of ...
Ben Ross, pharmacist and owner of Forest Heights Pharmacy, is often asked why people should choose Forest Heights over a chain pharmacy.
Q: Our 17-year-old son is an unmotivated student. A junior in high school, he is clearly capable of making straight A's, but typically makes ...
Faith in Jesus rests firmly on the evidence for his resurrection. In the opening words of his letter to the Roman church, Paul wrote that ...
There is one grapefruit left. One.
Plans have been finalized for the wedding of Ansley Katherine Bird and Kameron Trent Tatum.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bragg of Register announce the engagement of their daughter, Ginger Bragg, to Bobby Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ray ...
Katherine Elizabeth Webb became the bride of Joshua Aden Rich during a 7 p.m. ceremony held on Nov. 5, 2016, at the First United ...
James 'Jimbo' Raleigh Clark
For a second year in a row, the Sisters on a Journey dinner that benefits Catie's Fund, a non-profit that donates all proceeds to ...
MARIETTA, Ga. - Republicans in Georgia's conservative 6th district don't agree which of their party's 11 candidates should represent the area in Congress ...
Close games have not been an ally for Bulloch Academy's baseball team in 2017.
A reduction in competition size may have helped Statesboro Saturday afternoon, but in the way the Blue Devils ran no team may have had a ...
ATLANTA - Fourteen-year-old Tarrin Gilliland will compete in two synchronized diving events at her first world championships this summer.
BOSTON - One is a neuroscientist-turned-sculptor, the other an activist and organizer. Taking different paths to the same goal, Bobbi Gibb and Kathrine Switzer outran Boston ...