...Brunswick to the hills of north Georgia and everywhere in between, businesses need good ways to transport their people and to transport their supplies and their finished product," he said.Staff writer Meg Mirshak contributed to this story.
...community," Harriet said.This year's Swing Hope Into Action event on June 27 will celebrate the memories of Brown, Sifford and Peete, Harriet said.Funeral arrangements are pending.Staff writer Scott Michaux contributed to this article.
...come to play at places like this," McIlroy said. "It's pretty cool and a cool event and I'm glad to be able to come here and show my face and maybe get a few of them excited."Staff writer Scott Michaux contributed to this article.
The Mwangaza Children's Choir will perform Ugandan songs and dance at 7:30 p.m. April 24 at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 3131 Walton Way.
...He also appeared to be drunk, police said, and claimed that being Canadian he didn't know he couldn't swim in a pond even though he had to bypass the rope line to get there.Staff writer Travis Highfield contributed to this article.
...Free a few weeks, he said he feels mentally freer and he likes the other guys. But still, it's very new and it's hard."I'm very scared," he said. "I don't know what the future's going to hold."? Lisa Kaylor, staff writer
...in 2015, and he was 15-over par.That included a career-worst 82 in the second round in Phoenix, where he missed 18 greens in two days and got up-and-down only three times. Staff writer Meg Mirshak contributed to this article.
...company and Crimestoppers of South Carolina offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the accident, without saying what crime, if any, was suspected.Staff writer Connor Threl keld contributed to this article.
News of a flawless inspection comes three weeks after The Chronicle found elevators inside Doctors, Trinity and University hospitals, and on the Georgia Regents Health System campus, had at least one violation last year.
Before packing up a collection of old scrapbooks and photo albums this week, Leslie Olig was nearly brought her to tears as she flipped through more than 50 years of National Hills Elementary School history.