More than 200,000 people are expected to turn out next month for the 132nd Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade, noon on Saturday, March 15,
Kennesaw State inked 29 recruits during National Signing Day earlier this month, the first players in the program’s history.
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History in downtown Kennesaw, Ga., will not be charging admission during regular operating hours on Saturday, Feb. 22.
The looming weather could be one of the worst storms to hit the region in decades, some experts are predicting. And, officials at all levels of government are taking no chances in response to the latest threat of winter weather.
An estimated two inches of snow, an embarrassing turn of events for city that touts itself as an economic player on the world stage.
Dahlonega, located 65 minutes north of Atlanta, was the site of the very first gold rushes and it is where we get the famous Mark Twain quote about hills of gold.
For many, Atlanta is a connection point on a flight, rather than a destination, but the capital of Georgia — and the southeast, for that matter — is so much more.
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History will host its popular “Trains, Trains, Trains” event on Jan. 25.
The state park is a testament to the nation’s first major gold rush. The museum’s collection includes exhibits about how gold is mined to samples of gold
Looking out the sixth floor window of the former Texas School Book Depository is a surreal experience. About 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, 1963, three shots rang out, killed a president and forever changed the course of history.
Everyday we lose iconic and treasured historic places. Here are some in Georgia to see before its too late
The Dr Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute in downtown Waco is dedicated to telling not just the story of Dr Pepper, but the story of the entire soft drink industry.
A clearly energized capacity crowd turned out Saturday to watch the first ever Berry College football team take the field.
Two years after flying the final mission of NASA’s space shuttle program, Space Shuttle Atlantis is settling into its new home and welcoming guests as part of a new exhibit.
How cultures grieve their deceased and celebrate lives varies greatly, and nowhere is that more apparent than at the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston.