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Typically NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day comes from distant satellites photographic bodies like Pluto. But last Saturday, the picture was taken in a farmer's field in Kathleen Georgia by...

Scott West, founder of Savannah Master Calendar, and Molly Swagler, vice president of the...

The second round of the Forgotten Women series concludes with Mother Mathilda Beasley. Beasley is known as the first African American nun in Georgia. She dedicated her life caring for orphans and...

The City of Atlanta is launching its study to find out what the people who live around Turner Field want for their neighborhood once the Braves leave.

The launch comes even though...

The Pentagon announced in December it would open combat positions to women. It marked a major moment in the history of women in the US military - a history that goes back further than many realize...

Members of Sapelo Island’s Gullah Geechee community are suing local and state governments for practices they say are threatening their ability to live on land they've called home for generations...

Bright blue streetcars roll up Auburn Avenue in Downtown Atlanta every 15 minutes or so, but from inside Condesa Coffee, you can’t hear them over the sounds of conversation and grinding beans....

Mosianna Milledge had the humblest of beginnings. She was born a slave in the mid 1800’s.

Many have never heard of Milledge but those who have like Kathyrn White, an advisor at the Juliette...

A capacity audience of 800 people is signed up for the Marietta Police Department’s event Wednesday night in Cobb County to teach the public how to best prepare for and respond to an active...

In the early 20th century, women weren’t supposed to be loud or assertive. That was even more true for women of color - but that didn’t stop Savannah teacher, writer, and organizer Rebecca Stiles...

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