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HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Jeff Gordon is expecting Tony Stewart to be a contender in his return to the track.
Alabama Pest Control Company and its Owner Sentenced for Unlawful Application of Pesticides at Georgia Nursing Homes (AL, GA)
WASHINGTON ? Steven A. Murray, 54, of Pelham, Alabama, and his company, Bio-Tech Management Inc., were sentenced today in federal court in Macon, Georgia, after pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy, unlawful use of pesticides, false statements and mail fraud in connection with the misapplication...
It's already been a breakneck year for mega-projects in Atlanta, but the Urban Land Institute has whittled down our city's landscape-altering builds to five finalists. Each Project of the Year Award nominee is impressive in its own right, spanning...
Dragon Con 2014 is rapidly approaching, and more than 62,000 hungry and sleep-deprived cosplayers will roam the streets of Atlanta looking for food. Thankfully, we at Eater have gathered a list of places near the convention to fill up,...
ATLANTA (Reuters) - A Georgia aquarium went to court on Wednesday seeking federal permission to bring 18 captured beluga whales to the United States from Russia.
Krog Street Market. The kids are going back to school, football season is a couple of weeks away, and Starbucks will soon be dishing out pumpkin-spice lattes. It all adds up to one thing: Fall is right around the...
Despite garnering three nominees, Atlanta isn't represented on Bon Appetit's list of America's 10 best new restaurants. Included in the 50 eateries up for the honor were Angus Brown and Nhan Le's Lusca, Kevin Gillespie's Gunshow, and Cody Taylor and...
· In 2 weeks, first 'Buckhead Atlanta' residents move in · Ponce City Market spiffs up its website · Yes! Atlanta's water rates won't rise! Yet! · The Crue bid Atlanta farewell quite well · New APS leader breaks...
Now here's a GoPro being put to good use.Finally someone pointed the famously tough camera away from testosterone-fueled athletes and dangerous animals, and aimed, instead, at the things that truly make viewers feel alive: corgi puppies.The daring camera operator faced down six of the fierce 6-week-old pups on the Georgia Tech campus, during a day of filming in late July.
Dr. Kent Brantly is able to walk on his own when he arrived at Emory University Hospital.