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Back on April 8, 2014, in pregame ceremonies before the Atlanta Braves' home opener, the organization honored Hank Aaron on the 40th anniversary of his 715th home run, a homer that at the time surpassed the previously held record of 714 by Babe Ruth .
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King's extensive background comprises more than 30 years of experience in sales, business, and management.
Of course, it's hard to make a definitive ranking since measuring animal intelligence is problematic.
The public is invited to senior music recitals at Stetson University, at no charge.
We are delighted to announce that Christopher Mims is the new technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal and WSJD.com , the Journal's online and mobile home for tech coverage.
Jane Barwick, Shondeana Crews-Morris and Shelitha R. Robertson are battling for the Fulton County Superior Court judge seat being vacated by retiring Judge Cynthia Wright.
"In 2012 we did tried to break a record for the longest Sunday and we did and then two months later it got broken," says Campus Program Manager Kristen McDowell.
A Henry County teenager is determined to do one thing in his life, cure cancer. When he is not getting ready for his high school graduation or playing a round of golf with his dad 17-year-old Tushar Mittal is working on the cure for cancer.
The Women's Foodservice Forum has announced that its board of directors has selected Hattie Hill as the organization's next president and CEO effective June 1. Hill is an international leadership development expert, business owner, best-selling author and globally renowned thought leader.
The new District 3 on the Fulton County commission has drawn four Republicans to compete for the seat, a contest to be decided in the May 20 primary as no Democrat qualified for the race.
To whom correspondence should be addressed at Emory University, 205 Whitehead Research Center, Atlanta, GA 30322.
In 2010, Democrats won Senate races in nine of the 10 states in which President Obama's approval reached 48 percent or higher.
The Medical University of South Carolina Board of Trustees voted Thursday for Dr. David Cole to serve the university as its new president.