In a column, Steve Hudson considers the reasons fisherman wade out into the deep. "Sometimes we do it to bring something home. And that is okay. But sometimes we do it to leave something behind."
Roswell Road, once a 40-foot-wide concrete road, was known as Roosevelt Boulevard between 1925 and 1927. The road was named for President Theodore Roosevelt, whose mother’s childhood home was Bulloch Hall.
Looking back to January 2021, midst the turmoil that broke out over the election, COVID-19, government imposed restrictions in the name of health, would you have predicted such outsized performance?
In a column, Steve Hudson recounts the joy of new discoveries in your own community after coming across Birmingham Park in Milton which features an extensive trail system.
By night, Kelsea Graham is a Milton Police Officer, patrolling the streets to keep the community safe. By day, she is an award-winning barrel racer, competing on her off days with her horse, Hunter.
In 1944, the land that is now DeKalb Peachtree Airport in Chamblee was home to Naval Air Station Atlanta. Men came from all over the U.S. to train at Naval Air Station Atlanta beginning in 1941.
During seasonal turnover river water is murky and visibility is limited. On a recent fishing trip to Buford Dam on the Chattahoochee River, Hudson found that brightly colored flies and lures work best.