Editor, Project Reach God's Anointed New Generation Inc. and Executive Director Lavonia LeCounte give credit to God for inspiring them to host the annual back-to-school rally. The attendance was around 1,200. A special thanks to all of the program participants, sponsors and booth participants.
Consider this: An estimated several trillion cigarette butts per year end up as litter around the world. That's billions and billions of cigarettes flicked, one at a time, on our sidewalks, roadways, beaches, nature trails, gardens and other public places every single day. In fact, cigarettes are the most littered item in the world.
Reversing long-standing policy, President Barack Obama now will send condolence letters to the families of U.S. military personnel who commit suicide in combat zones.
OK, everybody, are we clear now?
Dear Editor, For more than 236 years, we Americans have owed our freedoms to the men and women of the United States Army. Now, at long last, the American soldier will be honored with the National Museum of the U.S. Army near our nation's capital.
Georgians have needed some good news on the education front lately. After weeks of almost nonstop scandal, controversy and bleak statistics, nobody could be blamed for thinking the state of teaching and learning was spiraling toward rock bottom.
"I cannot guarantee that those checks go out on Aug. 3 if we haven't resolved this issue (raising the debt ceiling). Because there may simply not be the money in the coffers to do it," President Barack Obama said during a recent CBS interview.
You would think designing a license tag would be relatively simple, wouldn't you? Not in Georgia.
Editor, This letter is in response to a story published July 13 titled "Army spouse criticizes care at Winn."
Editor: The air conditioning must not be working in Washington, D.C. At least, not in the halls of Congress or the White House.
I've been having flashbacks lately. And no, I didn't use LSD when I was in college.
It's magic! This week, with your help, First Presbyterian Christian Academy will turn donated CDs and DVDs into useful educational tools for students. On Tuesday, FPCA will collect used CDs and DVDs - you know, those things that replaced cassettes and VCR tapes and now are sitting around collecting dust in your cabinets and entertainment centers.
Buying a house is a lot like joining the military. You sign the paper and you're in, whether you like it or not.
Editor, Your July 6 front page story was a very sad commentary of the times in which we live. The headline, "Lemonade stand operation goes sour," reflects much more than just the lack of judgment of the officers involved in this incident. In my opinion, those officers should have allowed the girls to continue to sell their lemonade unless the officers had been instructed by their superiors to do what they did. If they were instructed to take action, then they simply were following orders and rightly so. However, if they had not received any complaints and had not been ...
It was about 1 a.m. when our alarm system woke me up with the beeping sound that it makes when one of the exterior ...
Since school has started, here are ideas for making waste-free lunches for your munchkins. Reducing the amount of waste from school lunches at - and at ...
With seven days remaining until the mayoral "Race of the Century," groups gathered throughout Lennox Valley to cheer on their candidates.
One year ago, the political experts were sure of two things about Georgia voters.
What makes a great neighborhood? I think a great neighborhood is a combination of great people that care about their neighbors and the quality of ...
As a child, I was captivated by emotional stories and how words strung together had the power to make me feel happy, touched, sad or ...
The state of Georgia has been blessed with many pivotal military champions. The Russell Senate Office Building, one of only six legislative offices buildings in ...