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Soon after suspending its morning show, 790 The Zone fired "Mayhem in the AM," according to one of the on-air hosts.
Lucky number three seems to be attached to the Music Midtown festival. It’s the third year for the mega-popular event (since returning from a lengthy hiatus in the mid-2000s).
Georgia Tech fans were seeing double on Monday. A pair of twin defensive backs from Lamar County High School committed to Georgia Tech over South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Their hitters have the most strikeouts and third-lowest average with runners in scoring position in the National League, yet the Braves have the second-best record in the majors.
In a much-anticipated report released Tuesday, the National Council on Teacher Quality rates teacher preparation programs, concluding that ”a vast majority of teacher preparation programs do not give aspiring teachers adequate return on their investment of time and tuition dollars.
Republican complaints about the use of aliases and secret e-mail accounts by Obama Administration officials suddenly gained new attention on Monday, as Sen.
For this Atlantan and others, jumping into the pool can be cathartic release of old fears
An AJC editor discovers the hijinks, horrors — and joys — of becoming a first-time dad at age 54 (Story and video).
The fall of Javaris Crittenton, as depicted by prosecutors, is a perverse parody of that most shopworn of sagas: The gifted young athlete rises above the pull of neighborhood gangs and finds salvation in the NBA.
Updated every Friday, Mark Arum tells us where we can find construction, events and anything else to slow us down on the roads this weekend.
Storms soaked the metro Atlanta area on Monday, and more storms and showers are in the forecast for Tuesday.