Fri., May 3, 2013 7:00pm
Ty Cobb, who grew up near Royston in northeast Georgia, has been called the best baseball player who ever lived. But his legacy is tainted by violence. His grandson has written a book about Cobb called Heart Of A Tiger.
Fri., May 3, 2013 7:52am
How do you avoid the office drama queen and all the baggage she wants to unload on you in her venting sessions? Brandon Smith returns to answer an e-mail question, offering varying degrees of gentleness to use in cutting off the drama.
Thu., May 2, 2013 6:44am
Georgia celebrates science, technology, engineering and math education with the first-ever governor-declared “STEM Day” Friday. A tech-industry leader says Georgia is showing lots of potential in those areas.
Wed., May 1, 2013 7:12pm
Women-owned businesses are up 112 percent in Georgia. That’s according to a new report by American Express OPEN.
Mon., April 22, 2013 6:45am
Monday is Confederate Memorial Day across Georgia, closing state offices and giving state employees a day off. Civil War historian Michael Shaffer talks about the holiday and why it is celebrated in Georgia.
Tue., April 16, 2013 4:51pm
John Muir is considered one of the environmental movement's founding fathers. He's most celebrated for his work in the West. But if it weren't for a trip to the South, he might not have gone west. He developed some of his core ideas in Savannah.
Mon., April 15, 2013 7:58am
The federal budget cuts known as sequestration are having their predicted impact on Middle Georgia’s biggest employer, Robins Air Force Base, but they’re also hurting the region’s biggest tourist draw — a field of ancient Native American earthworks that some say has never gotten the respect it deserves.
Fri., April 12, 2013 7:42am
Your friends can have a big influence on many parts of your life, including the choices you make in your career and the opportunities available to you at work. Our career expert, Brandon Smith, helps us understand that influence and when it’s time to find some new friends.
Fri., April 12, 2013 6:00am
Georgia military bases and contractors are not the only ones feeling the pinch of the sequester. The state’s top universities are seeing federal research grants slashed as a result of the across the board federal funding cuts. And that’s threatening not only important fields of study, but also high-paying jobs.
Wed., April 10, 2013 7:10pm
In two months the control towers at 149 small and medium size airports across the country will close, five in Georgia. It’s part of cuts due to sequestration.