As a native Alabamian, I appreciate your concern over the natural disaster that plagued the Heart of Dixie last week.
It’s sort of a cliché for a local newspaper to call for local citizens to “get involved.” To, you know, engage in the wonders of the democrati…
Congratulations to Sadie Krawczyk and Leigh Ann Walker for another well-deserved honor.
As a fan of the Braves ever since they moved south, here are my 10 all-time favorites.
With another anniversary of 9/11 this week, I thought back to how that tragic event trickled down to all areas of our lives, even the sports world.
From the “get-rid-of” or the extreme despairing quadrants, an individual with an assault weapon is explosive.
Rep. Jody Hice isn't saying that he won't run in the special election to fill out Johnny Isakson's term in the Senate. I won't be surprised if…
I have been thinking a lot about this one map recently.
Every day, our job is to make your community newspaper a little better than it was before. We’re taking a slightly bigger step today, though.
Good on the Atlanta Braves for extending the netting at SunTrust Park.
Among the most enjoyable experiences to come out of those efforts were multiple visits to churches and clubs to tell my stories and to peddle books.
You could be forgiven if, after attending last week’s Monroe City Council meeting, you thought this city’s elected officials cared more about …
There could be no better tribute to Cy Nunnally than what the Monroe City Council bestowed upon him this week.
Recently a neighbor stopped by to drop off some misdelivered mail and was complaining about how frustrated she was over getting her daughter r…
Monroe’s future was on display in three major ways in the past 10 days.
We firmly believe a controversial photo was one the public deserved and needed to see.
Residents in Walton County deserve to know if their health is in danger because of emissions from a Covington plant.
Editor’s note: This open letter was submitted to public officials in the wake of a Covington City Council after a report a local plant was rel…
From the time Christopher Columbus “discovered” America in 1492 with the first known white men walking the land, we have been a violent nation.
A recent development has occurred on the internet which I want to address.
Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.
Gwinnett police said a man destroyed his business and claimed he was the victim of a racially motivated attack.
A first aid kit and knowledge gleaned from YouTube helped a local man save the day for a woman hurt by a turtle.
The Alcovy Circuit bench, long a model of stability, will see a bit of an overhaul after the 2020 elections.
District Attorney Layla Zon will not seek reelection in 2020, but instead will throw her name in the hat to take the bench after Superior Court Judge Samuel Ozburn announced he would not look to return for another term.
You have probably noticed the BOGO acronym being used throughout television, radio and print advertisements. This acronym stands for Buy One, Get One, but does not always mean that you have to buy one to get one.
Loganville voters will choose three representatives for their City Council in the fall of 2019, and at least one of them will be a new face at City Hall.
Esther Louise Holmes Ball, 60, of Monroe died Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.
Sheriff’s deputies from two counties responded this weekend when several people shot a firearm from a vehicle at a house on Nunnally Farm Road in Walton County.
LOGANVILLE — Since March, the city of Loganville’s alcohol rules have lurched to and fro more than a drunk staggering through an alley.