Four years ago, Tom Beuglas started the Archer wrestling program and this year he has helped the Tigers pull off a legendary sweep.
An Atlanta Falcons executive says the team will consider moving to a suburban location if it does not strike a deal to build a new downtown stadium. Falcons President and CEO Rich McKay said Wednesday the team would have no choice but to consider a suburban site if negotiations on the downtown Atlanta site break down.
The Georgia Board of Regents has approved Kennesaw State University's financial plan to support a NCAA Division I football program. The Board of Regents approved the school's plan to increase student fees by $100 per semester beginning this fall to support the football program.
An Atlanta attorney has been named president and chief operating officer of the firm in charge of building and operating the national College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
With just months left until the men's NCAA Final Four begins in Atlanta, local organizers are looking for about 1,000 people to fill volunteer positions. Local organizing committee Director Sharon Goldmacher said Thursday that volunteers are needed all over Atlanta to serve as ambassadors at the airport, in downtown hotels, near the Georgia Dome and in the downtown area.
Class AAAAAA No. 1 Archer may have convinced the state it is the top wrestling team regardless of classification with a 34-29 win over host Pope Saturday.
Westminster swept the 43rd Metro Swimming and Diving Championships over the weekend in Buckhead.
The new College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta is scheduled to break ground on Monday in the city's downtown area. The hall is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014 in Centennial Olympic Park.
Augusta residents are renting their houses at a brisk pace ahead of this year’s Masters Tournament, according to the Masters Housing Bureau run by the area’s chamber of commerce. The number of bookings through January is double where it was a year ago.
Norcross High School hosted the Hilton Invitational Saturday, where seven Georgia boys teams competed in six games, all but one against out-of-state foes.