The National Park Service, the federal agency tasked with protecting many of the nation’s most treasured monuments and sites, is gearing up for their centennial celebration next year.
The Andrews’ Raid lives on in present day Kennesaw. In addition to a number of monuments dedicated to the raid located in downtown Kennesaw, The General itself is on display.
As a city, Atlanta is both an economic powerhouse and a draw for both business and leisure tourists from around the globe. No disrespect to the ATL, but it’s just the one worthy destination in any Georgia excursion.
All 150 passengers and crew aboard a Germanwings flight traveling from Barcelona, Spain, to Dusseldorf, Germany, were killed after an Airbus A320 crashed in southern France.
Granite, one could readily argue, is the foundation of society. Particularly here in Northeast Georgia, where it supports the town in more ways than one.
When Ernesto Miranda was arrested March 16, 1963, and charged with the rape, few, if any, could have known he would eventually be the centerpiece of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Matthew Kepnes didn’t grow up traveling the globe. But, that all changed after a trip to Thailand in 2005.
The Italianate Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange officially opened on June 15, 1916, and incorporates an expansive Antebellum garden.
On the outskirts of Metro Atlanta and what seems to be far away from the hustle and bustle of the city’s traffic gridlock sits one of the most serene places in the region.
Sitting outside of the Athens-Clarke County City Hall in downtown Athens, Ga., is a local curiosity that has attracted and intrigued visitors to The Classic City for years.