Replica depot displays neighbors' impressive collection of train memorabilia
Don Daniel and Denise Collins, who are across-the-road neighbors in the tiny community of Blount in north Monroe County, share a passion for trains. Collins had a three-room replica of a train depot built in her backyard to display their impressiv
Stratford kindergarten students attended the wedding of the letters of "Q" and "U" last week. The girls dressed up as queens, and the boys were quarterbacks. They have been studying the alphabet all school year, and Q was the last letter in the un
Austin Childers, who died of mitochondrial disorder in 2014 at the age of 23, was interviewed about his life over a period of two years by Telegraph columnist Ed Grisamore. Here, in an interview in November 2011, Childers describes the time he spe
Jenny Maas, director of operations for the Museum of Aviation Foundation, said some volunteers believe a house used on the museum's haunted trail actually is haunted, and this may be the last year people will get to experience it.
Georgia school superintendent candidate Otha Thornton, a Democrat, and incumbent Richard Woods, a Republican, answer a question about the "defacto re-segregation" of schools at a debate in Macon on Oct. 16. 2018.
A Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, family evacuating Hurricane Florence in mid-Sept. will be reunited with Sadie, a basset hound mixed breed dog, who showed up on Jim Waters’ doorstep in Macon, GA, on Oct. 8, 2018.
University of Georgia Bulldogs football head coach Kirby Smart answers a reporter's question about whether he considered putting in quarterback Justin Fields during UGA's Oct. 13, 2018, game against LSU.
University of Georgia Bulldogs football tight end Charlie Woerner said the intensity at LSU was a challenge, but it wasn't too much different than other SEC road games. "We just didn't play our best as team," he said. "We kind of hurt ourselves."
Georgia Public Service Commissioner Chuck Eaton discusses the extensive damage in southwest Georgia after Hurricane Michael hit the area as a category five storm. The area sustained about $1 billion of crop damage along with blanket power outages