Visitors to this year's Oktoberfest in Munich drank a record 7.5 million liters of beer, or around 1.98 million U.S. gallons. But there were fewer fights and only one set of dentures was turned in.
The state subsidized portions of workers' salaries in the hopes that it would lead to permanent jobs. Six months after the program ended, more than half of the participants were still working. "It just takes a bit of the sting out of the...
Egyptian street music is the beat and the pulse behind the country's revolution.
Gov. Nathan Deal has promoted Deputy State Treasurer Steve McCoy to the top post and appointed a state senator to replace him. McCoy replaces Tommy Hills, who announced his retirement last month. Republican Sen. Mitch Seabaugh of Sharpsburg will...
Presiding Justice George Carley will leave the Georgia Supreme Court in July 2012, handing Gov. Nathan Deal a chance to name a replacement to the state's highest court. The 73-year-old Carley said Tuesday he will step down July 17, after all...
Marcus Ray Johnson was set to be executed Wednesday for a murder in 1994. Albany Superior Court Judge scedules a new hearing for February 2012. New evidence for defense key in decision.
A University of Georgia survey estimates that the state’s fruit and vegetable farmers saw at least $70 million in crop losses in the spring.
We are more-or-less halfway through the high school football season and several players that were on the initial Score 44 but fell off have worked their way back onto the list. Jason Croom who was a bit disappointing early on has really turned it on...
Class 5A was featured just one change as Norcross entered the rankings at No. 10. North Gwinnett was idle but will face undefeated the Blue Devils on the road this Friday night in the GPB.org game of the week
It is never too early to begin keeping tabs on the next batch of dominant players in the state of Georgia. In some cases, the top juniors at various positions are the top players in the state, regardless of class.