The biggest shopping day of the year comes as a mixed blessing for many Georgia-owned small businesses. Shoppers line for deals, for sure. But many are looking for the biggest sales on big ticket TV's and computers at big box stores, national chains and malls.
The Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets meet for their annual football rivalry game Saturday at noon, and both teams come into the game playing the best they have all year.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has launched a mobile app to help outdoors enthusiasts. The app — called the Official Georgia Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Guide — launched earlier this month.
The Tift Depot in Albany is one of five remaining antebellum brick rail depots in Georgia. Thanks to its spot on the Georgia Trust’s 2012 Places in Peril, the depot is receiving publicity that could help with restoration.
Organizers of road races in central Georgia say policy changes and a merger of parks and recreation departments have led them to cancel events. The Allman Brothers Band Museum's Big House Foundation and the Children's Hospital at The Medical Center of Central Georgia both canceled plans for half-marathons this fall.
State lawmakers are considering whether to seek an estimated $15 million in improved tax collections by changing how cigars are taxed. Some Georgia retailers hope it evens out the market.
Advocates for school choice in Georgia say they aim to expand a program that uses public money to pay private-school tuition for thousands of children in the state.
The oral-history project StoryCorps is asking each of us to bow out of traditional Black Friday consumerism and think about a different kind of gift Friday: time and curiosity. It’s StoryCorps’ fifth annual National Day of Listening, and the focus this year is on capturing the stories of our service members and their families.
Consumers buying used cars need to beware. Georgia officials are afraid cars damaged by Hurricane Sandy may be headed to market.
Things always start to get interesting in the second round of the state football playoffs. The matchups get better, the intensity rises and upsets seem to be the norm. And this year seems to be no different from years past. ...
The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best forty-four seniors in Georgia high school basketball on a week-to-week basis. These players are some of the most highly-recruited players in the state as well as some o...