The beloved king of the Dinglewood Pharmacy scrambled dog was laid to rest following services at First African Baptist Church. "His arms of service reached out and touched all walks of life," wrote U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop in a proclamation
Lieutenant Stevens, the beloved master of Columbus' most famous scrambled dog, also fed people's souls. "It's hard to believe that much energy, that much personality and that much goodness just doesn't exist anymore," said pharmacist Terry Hurley.
Georgia Governor-elect Brian Kemp visited the National Infantry Museum Friday morning as part of his “Georgians First” tour across Georgia. Kemp joined other elected officials and invited guests for a military appreciation breakfast.
Rev. Richard Jessie, executive director of restoration with Friends of Historic Claflin, a nonprofit group that has lobbied and pushed for the former educational institution to be rescued, updates the restoration efforts for the historic building.
Attorneys for Rebecca McInnis Haynie and Donald Keith Phillips, charged with murder in the fatal March 4, 2004, shooting of Columbus auto shop owner Kirby Smith, were indicted illegally after Muscogee County altered a jury list it got from the state.
Clemson dominated Alabama Monday night, winning 44-16 to claim the national championship. Former Central High Red Devil Justyn Ross, now Clemson standout, caught a 74-yard catch and run in the game to finish a brilliant freshman season.
The 2019 Progressive Insurance Atlanta Boat Show is Georgia's largest boat show. The show runs Jan. 10-13, at the Georgia World Congress Center and features more than 600 boats. Here's some information to get you started if you decide to go.
Nellie Ratal, 70, was attacked by three dogs in November near her rural Talbot County home. "What I thought at time was, this is how I was going to die." Dog owner Faye Evans agrees in court to allow the adult dogs to be euthanized.