Susan Fuller Elder was a journalist who saw first hand how a poor education led to wasted lives. She decided to do something about it and is now a special education teacher at ohnson Elementary School.
Atlanta United victory in the Major League Soccer Cup finals gave Georgia a championship in sport that is growing bigger and bigger in the U.S. as American football battles a number of issues, including the Falcons.
If you could talk to your younger self, you could tell her about the kids, the dogs, the husband, shopping for groceries, driving a car and all the other things that made life so worthwhile over the years.
Creating well-oiled machines of two teachers working together in the classroom is one of the biggest challenges facing our education system, so, when you find that special partnership, you stand in awe.
There are about 400 people named Abcde in the United States — all of them girls, according to the Social Security Administration. Who knew? As a Southwest employee found out, it’s not a name you should make fun of.
Cinnamon! Clove! Nutmeg! Cardamom! Anise! These are some of the spices that we eat around the holidays. That not only add a special flavor to those special days, but each has special health benefits for the cold season.
No matter what happens in the governor’s race, Georgians are headed back to the polls Dec. 4 to vote in runoffs for Secretary of State and the 3rd District Public Service Commission seat. Here’s what Columbus voters need to know.
Having both a common first name and a common last name, like Chris Johnson, can be confusing at restaurants, on the phone or even at NFL games. So something inventive needs to be done, like a nickname such as Squirrel.
As of Saturday, Oct. 27, Columbus, Ga., had recorded 17,356 early votes for the Nov. 6, 2018, election. Early voting continues 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Friday at the City Service Center, 3111 Citizens Way.