Sacrifice of Roswell’s ‘Lost Women’ recalled

ROSWELL, Ga. – In the summer of 1864, the great Civil War had come to the gates of Roswell. And having arrived, Union commander William T. Sherman decided it was time the civilians of the South …

Earning her wings

As her friends prepared for college with thoughts of sorority rush, late-night pizza runs and freedom, Christana Wagner was looking at six weeks of basic training complete with crack-of-dawn wakeups and physical and mental challenges that tested her on a daily basis.

Georgia sales of electric vehicles plummets

It’s easy to assume that, as prices fall and technology advances, sales of alternative-fuel vehicles, such as all-electric or hybrids, would continue to rise in Georgia. After all, the state was …