Wintry weather made it tough for metro Atlanta commuters to get around town on Friday. First responders included.
Longtime NBC host Matt Lauer issued a statement of contrite apology a day after he was fired.
His “Today” cohosts learned and then reported the news just as Wednesday’s broadcast began. Today’s show began with his former colleague Savannah Guthrie reading Lauer’s statement:
“There are no words to express my sorrow and regret for the pain I have caused others by words and actions. To the people I have hurt, I am …
On Sunday, area faith leaders took to social media in a spirit of grief and supplication.
“Heartbreak again. Lord, be with them. Lord, save us from our violent and evil days,” wrote the Rev. Bryant Wright, …
The Atlanta monument damaged by protesters Sunday night was erected in 1911 to urge reconciliation after the Civil War, not to venerate the Confederacy.
Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” filmed in Atlanta and is due out July 7.
I visited the set one day when they were at work for interviews with star Tom Holland and director Jon Watts. Per studio embargo policy, …
Former Gov. Roy Barnes and his wife, Marie, attended Cobb Community Foundation’s Partners in Philanthropy Luncheon, held Monday in Marietta.
Mondays are busy for Barnes, who now runs a law firm right off the Marietta Square, but Marie was insistent that he attend. A wise man, he listens to his wife.
Toward the end of the program, after remarks from former Attorney Gen. Sam Olens, now president of Kennesaw State University, and grant …
I’ll be honest: Marietta loves blowing stuff up.
At Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park, historic interpreters reenact the Civil War from time to time with period dress, campfires and of course, cannons.
We celebrate the Fourth of July from about mid-June through .. I dunno, until it starts snowing. But someone took things a little too far this morning, setting off fireworks at 4 a.m. FOUR. AY. EMM.
A neighbor whose security camera caught the …
Alyssa Milano and Christopher Gorham, in Atlanta filming a new CW pilot called “Insatiable,” are campaigning for Democrat candidate Jon Ossoff in the crowded race to fill the sixth congressional district seat vacated when Tom Price became U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary.
The two are offering to pick up voters who need a lift to cast their ballots; early voting began Monday, ahead of the April 18 contest.