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Based on spring game, RPO may mean 'Richmond's Preferred Offense'
Johnson, a 6-0 195-pounder from Atlanta, and Mancuso, a 6-3 215-pounder from Blairsville, Ga., were untouchables for tacklers in the spring game. Plays stopped as defenders closed in on them. “When you don’t hit the quarterback, it makes your offense ...
Weather clearing for Macon Speedway's season debut
Bobby Pierce from Oakwood, Jimmy Owens from Newport, Tenn., Shannon Babb from Moweaqua, Jonathan Davenport from Blairsville, Ga., Earl Pearson Jr. from Shreveport, La., Don O’Neal and Hudson O’Neal from Martinsville, Ind., and Josh Richards from ...
David J. Brown
David J. Brown, age 79, formerly of Alton, passed away Monday, April 9, 2018, at Union General hospital in Blairsville, GA. He was born May 12, 1938, in Alton, the son of Clyde and Ruby (Tucker-Moore) Brown. He married Carlyn Dublo on September 21 ...
Portia Brown, Chaz Clark
Portia Jamel Brown and Chaz Christian Clark were married April 14 at the Sugarboo Farms, a private estate in Blairsville, Ga. Ayan Das, a friend of the family who was ordained through the American Fellowship Church, officiated. The bride, 32, works in ...
Former Georgia hospital CEO, physicians indicted in pain med scheme
The former CEO of Blairsville, Ga.-based Union General Hospital, along with two physicians, were indicted for illegally prescribing and obtaining thousands of doses of prescription pain medications, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.