ATLANTA, Aug. 18, 2014 — Georgia State has less than two weeks until it opens up the 2014 Football Bowl Subdivision season, and the Panthers know they have work to do before their Aug. 27 showdown against Abilene Christian. During a Saturday practice at the GSU Practice Complex in Atlanta, the Panthers’ offense focused largely ...
ROME, Ga., Aug. 13, 2014 — Berry College returns to the gridiron on Thursday to open its 2014 summer practice schedule, and the Vikings return 66 players and welcome the addition of 42 recruits. The Vikings open their sophomore season with a challenge on Sept. 6 when they travel to Maryville. The Scots are projected ...
England is home to some of the greatest tourist attractions, including stunning churches, prehistoric monuments and iconic structures instantly recognizable worldwide.
The museum’s collection includes more than 12,000 artifacts; “Ground Zero Theater” simulates the detonation of an atomic bomb.
Today, the city remains known for its role at the end of World War II, but it has also grown into a major tourist attraction.
The airline, which for now is operated by Vision Airlines, plans to add service to New Orleans and Tampa, Fla., according to its website.
It’s official: Georgia State will continue to play its home games in the Georgia Dome.
From gas apps to pre-booking hotels for the best deal, driving can be a cost effective - and fun - way for families to travel.
Georgia State’s slate of non-conference powerhouses will continue for at least the next few years. The Panthers will travel to Penn State in 2017
Maryville College was picked to repeat as USA South champions, according to the 2014 USA South Coaches’ Preseason Poll.
ATLANTA, July 17, 2014 — Georgia’s two U.S. Senators have introduced legislation to add eight acres of land to the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. The additional acres include the Wallis House, one of the few remaining structures from the battle, and Harriston Hill. Cobb County and the Cobb Land Trust have already purchased the land to ...
The Roman Baths for which this southwestern England city is named, are some of the most remarkable Roman ruins outside of Rome itself.
ATLANTA, July 8, 2014 — The Transportation Security Administration is requiring travelers “at certain overseas airports with direct flights to the United States” to power on mobile devices before boarding an aircraft. If a device doesn’t power up, travelers will have to leave it behind and face additional screening from airport security. While the agency ...
ATLANTA, July 4, 2014 — To this city, the Peachtree Road Race is as quintessentially Fourth of July as BBQs and fireworks. The annual running of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the world’s largest 10K, attracts more than 60,000 participants and at least twice as many spectators. Runners, joggers and walkers replace cars along one of the ...
ATLANTA, June 2, 2014 — New changes proposed by the federal government aim to bring more transparency to the way airlines charge for “certain basic airline services” above the base fare price, such as checked baggage. But the airline industry says the market can and does regulate itself and contends the new proposal is an overreach. ...
Berry College is relocating the site of its planned football stadium “out of respect for the nesting site of Georgia’s most famous pair of bald eagles,” school officials said this week.
Atlanta Braves President John Schuerholz played up regionalism and downplayed concerns about traffic in discussing the Braves’ surprising decision to relocate the team’s stadium outside of the city limits.
Chinese police will start patrolling popular tourist destinations in Paris this summer in a bid to safeguard Chinese tourists visiting the French capital city
Despite this week’s planned walkout, Tube officials are planning to run trains on a number of lines, albeit less frequently.
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History will commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Atlanta Campaign 1864 The Exhibit.