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On The Move

Amy Cook is a new residential sales agent at Meybohm Realtors.

Leadership, in a rudderless world

...pro-Russian insurgents in close contact with Russian intelligence ? is a tragic reminder of what happens when evil is on the move in the absence of a countervening good.The separatist violence in Ukraine is undoubtedly prompted, stoked and wholly...

It's back to work for MLB after the break

Baseball's All-Star party in the Twin Cities was a long series of smiles for players and fans. But the break is over now, and the real fun begins tonight.

Germans build on Spain's 'tiki-taka' passing game

...for his 16th goal in four tournaments.Germany's talented midfielders rotate positions constantly, they are always on the move and any is capable of scoring. Thomas Mueller has been the most prolific with five goals so far, either playing as...

On The Move

Tammy Bell is a new residential sales agent at Meybohm Realtors. She began her real estate career in 2001 in Atlanta.

NASCAR driver Brian Vickers is feeling fine this season

Brian Vickers has started all 18 Sprint Cup races this season, which means the NASCAR driver's health is fine.

On the move

Dr. Scott Wallace is now the Dean of student life at Georgia Regents University. Colt Rosenberg is an account associate at EDTS.

Fans arriving at Brazil airports for World Cup might have rough time

...has dismissed complaints that Brazil isn't ready. The overstrained infrastructure, she says, is a sign of a nation on the move, as the middle class expands and previously poor Brazilians take to the air for the first time."We aren't building...

Holiday travel boom expected

The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to scale back construction during the holiday travel period, but motorist this season may be replacing one headache with another as gas prices are projected to climb to a six-year high.