One of the ways to understand why individuals take action to save the lives of others is to examine the acts that earn America's highest award for civilian heroism.
...set out and look pretty. Standing-room-only panels included "Augusta's People and Places," in which Gen. Perry Smith regaled the audience with tales of World War II hero Jimmie Dyess and Don Rhodes and Tom Mack discussed the events...
This is a fine time to study and honor the heroism of so many brave Americans.
If you arrive before the time of his presentation, you will be greeted at the door by Mr. Roosevelt.
Word of mouth often has been helpful in gaining momentum for a book. If you love a book, talk it up among your family and friends.
In the aftermath of the latest national tragedy, the massacre in Charleston, S.C., columnist Perry Smith brings us news of a preventive program. His July 5 column covering the research of Sam Scharff should be front-page news across...
Augusta psychiatrist and author Hervey Cleckley (1903-1984) made many contributions to his profession commencing in 1941 when he published his first book, The Mask of Sanity.
Perry Smith is an educator, but he wants to be a mentor, too, and eventually, a superintendent.As a new assistant principal at North...
Soon, many of you will be recommending these books to those you care most about.
I am having great fun as I become active on social media.