With 8 1/2 minutes to play in Friday’s quarterfinal of the SEC Tournament, the double-digit seed must’ve been feeling pretty good, leading the No. 2 seed by four points. But that’s about where the game turned in the favor of one of the conference’s finest teams.
Lumpkin County’s sophomore soccer players put on a show against the Lady Eagles scoring all four of their goals in Eastside’s 4-o loss to start Region 8-AAAA play at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.
American Patrick Reed grabbed a one-shot lead at the end of the rain-delayed opening round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Friday while Tiger Woods saved his day with a blazing finish.
As much as the Los Angeles Clippers enjoyed hammering the Los Angeles Lakers again, Darren Collison said his team has bigger goals.
Valdimir Putin’s actions in Crimea throwback to old Soviet Cold War.
Just one more win left to get for Bernard Thompson and the Florida Gulf Coast mens basketball team.
The South Carolina womens basketball team had been victorious in 10 consecutive games before a loss at Tennessee in the regular season finale. Friday in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament, the Gamecocks looked more than capable of starting a brand-new streak.
The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a man who robbed a convenience store at gunpoint early Thursday morning.
MEMORIAL SERVICE Ray Michael McKinney A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 2pm; Crosspointe Baptist Church, 252 Byrd Rd, Oxford, GA Family visitation after service. Casual ...
Gene Walters, 70, of Conyers, passed away March 5, 2014. As owner of Gene Walters Attorney at Law, in Lithonia, he practiced law for more than 40 ...
Rev. Carl A. Hyde, age 88 of Conyers, who worked for General Motors for 31 years before retiring in 1986, died Wednesday, March 5, 2014. He was ...
Teresa Jane Byrd of Covington, passed away March 3, 2014, at the age of 63. She loved visiting and keeping in touch with her family and friends ...
Catherine Matilda Cook Henderson, 87, of Decatur, Georgia, lost her battle with Alzheimers on March 5, 2014. She was born April 11, 1926, in Rome, Georgia, to ...
It seems as if ordered has been restored with the Heritage girls soccer team.
With shooting prowess and a defensive effort like they had Thursday, the LSU womens basketball team will be awfully tough to beat in March.
Scholars digging through public, commercial and family archives are unearthing facts and stories that have long been swept under the rug. Hollywood’s recognition of “12 Years a Slave” announces an uncomfortable truth: Slavery’s story is America’s story.
Mississippi State nearly came all the way back to win its second round game against Florida, but the Gators had just enough to hang on.
Residents, who are Snapping Shoal EMC customers, have lower electricity bills than most throughout the state of Georgia, according to the Georgia Public Service Commission survey.
Baxter International is not only building a $1 billion manufacturing campus in Newton County, but the company is investing time into the community, according to Human Resources Senior Manager Erika Williams.
I’m glad to be just an observer and not Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. He has to be concerned with the nation’s financial stress and he has to slash budgets to keep us in line.