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Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld each have filmed movie projects in Atlanta in the past. Now they're teaming up for a new comedy called "Term Life.
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What do summer internships pay these days? Nothing? Minimum wage? Ten bucks an hour? Try $7,000 per month.
The Fred in Peachtree City is celebrating its 20th anniversary this season and has announced it 2014 lineup.
Dancin’ Bears: Mercer’s Jakob Gallon and coach Bob Hoffman. (Corey Perrine/AP) The Mercer Bears beat Florida Gulf Coast, recently known as Dunk City, to win the Atlantic Sun tournament Sunday.
FLOWERY BRANCH — The legalized tampering period started Saturday at 4 p.m. and agents around the league were giddy.
Four Georgia basketball teams programs won their first state championships this season, and Tift County became the first South Georgia boys team to win the highest classification in 16 years.
An oil painting of the late political reporter Dick Pettys, by political columnist Dick Yarbrough In politics, respect is hard-won, but often expires with the last ballot.
With five legislative days to go, the House and Senate gavel in at 10 a.m. today. The House will vote on the Senate version of the St.
The question is not whether Georgia lawmakers should pass Senate Bill 167, the anti-Common Core legislation pending before them.
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Georgia is expanding its foster care coverage until age 21, a move that could better provide support for hundreds of vulnerable youths considering or entering college.
A Lawrenceville pastor wants his congregation to know the good news about the Gospel of Mark. Dean Sweetman, senior pastor of the C3 Church, has challenged his members and anyone else interested to read the New Testament book in its entirety over the next year and post Instagram photos of their notes.
By the time the local child fatality review committee took up her case, Marnee Kay Downey had been dead one day longer than she lived.