AG Sessions takes Gwinnett student’s side

  The United States Justice Department filed a statement of interest in the case of a student suing Georgia Gwinnett College over its free speech policies. The case, Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski, arose when Chike Uzuegbunam claimed the school limits free speech to a...

Georgia anglers fume over federal rules

  Anglers will have a few days to catch red snapper in federal waters off Georgia’s coast this year, but that probably won’t do much to relieve anger at federal regulators. The season’s dates are not set yet, but it will be a rare event. Since 2010, anglers in...

Braves fans keep buying tickets

  The Braves inaugural season in SunTrust Park will end with the team selling more tickets than it did in 2016. Still, the team is offering discount seats in its final few home games of another season that fell short of hopes. Tickets start at $5 for each of the...

Georgia pecans, cotton take major hit from Irma

  Georgia farmers expect to lose about 30 percent of this year’s pecan crop after Hurricane Irma’s march through the state last week. The worst part is, those are not likely to be one year losses.  Gary Black, Georgia’s commissioner of agriculture, said downed...

Gwinnett Braves fade to history

  The Gwinnett Braves never will play another game. Sure, the Braves Triple-A affiliate will play at Gwinnett’s Coolray Field next year, but it just won’t be the G-Braves. Sometime in the next few months, the team is to announce the results of a name-change...

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