The Atlanta Braves announced the developers Wednesday for the mixed use project that will be part of their new stadium in Cobb County. Three local companies will partner with the Braves to complete the 74-acre, $400 million property. Braves officials says Fuqua Development will build the retail portion of the complex. Pope & Land, a company with roots in Atlanta and Cobb County will help develop the office space, while Pollack Shores Real Estate Group will team with the Braves to develop the residential portions of the project.
 
The Cougars and Panthers have at least a couple things in common: 1. They are both undefeated headed into today's final 2. They are both in the state final for the first time.
The GHSA football playoffs reach their climax this weekend. Ten teams across five classifications will play for state titles. Some of them are trying to cement dynasties, while others are just getting their first taste of glory. Win or lose,...
Appearing in the state semifinals for the first time since 1999, Chattahoochee played a game that will be remembered in Cougars lore last Friday night against Statesboro. Kicker Ammon Lakip booted a 27-yard field goal as time expired to lift...
In the final 2010 edition of the top 44 senior football players in Georgia, the Score 44 is complete for this season. Running back Anthony McNeil of Clinch County made the list while quarterback Chris Milton of Charlton County was left out in the...
And then there were 10. The state football semifinals are over and the field for the finals at the Georgia Dome next weekend is set. A notable upset occurred in Calhoun where the Yellow Jackets upset Class AA No. 1 Carver, Columbus.
High school football season is down to just four teams in each classification and tonight the field will be reduced to the finalists.
If you’re playing football in December, you’ve probably had yourself a good season. And a multitude of metro Atlanta programs are still playing. For some, a trip this deep into the playoffs is the norm, for others, it’s a rare occasion.
In this week's edition of the top 44 senior football players in Georgia, the effects of playoff losses are being felt. North Gwinnett's Brandon McGowan and White County's Ashely Lowery have been replaced by Lowndes' Troy Braswell...
Despite Mill Creek's loss at Colquitt County, Collins Hill and Grayson defeated Region 1 foes on the road tonight to give Gwinnett a 2-1 edge in the quarterfinals tonight over their South Georgia rivals. Brookwood also won, defeating Cobb...
Check out our list of the top 44 high school senior football players in Georgia to see if a player from YOUR school made the cut!