12 hrs ago
Dimon Kendrick-Holmes: Looking for Christmas stories
Writing a Christmas story is harder than you think. Actually, the writing is the easy part -- it's finding the story in the first place that's tough.
16 hrs ago
Yarbrough: Lots of reasons to believe in Christmas
I believe as a Christian that Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus, the Son of God.
20 hrs ago
Santa fishes with children in central Georgia
Santa Claus took a break from reindeer wrangling to do some fresh water angling last weekend at the Go Fish Georgia Education Center in Perry.
Santa Claus And His Sleigh Drawn By...Ants?
The weirdet thing Helen Meadors ever saw in Macon was a sculture of Santa Claus driving a sleigh drawn by ants.
The Coastal Courier
Operation Homefront helps military families
Santa Claus asks a soldier's daughter what she wants for Christmas during Operation Homefront's holiday-meal distribution Wednesday at Connection Church in Hinesville.
Thu Dec 19, 2013
The Macon Telegraph
A Christmas Wreath for James Brown
Tascha Houston, one of the original James Brown Dancers, laid a Christmas wreath at the James Brown Memorial Bridge in Macon for the seventh straight year.
Georgia retailer to show world's largest mattress
Real Deals on Furniture and Home DA©cor here will hold a ribbon cutting this Saturday, Dec. 21, for what store officials say is the world's largest mattress.
Grimes: Ginned-up 'war on Christmas' misses real point
"They'll never kill Christmas," Rush Limbaugh promised this week in one of his unhinged attacks on the so-called "war on Christmas."
In diverse US, Santa Claus has many faces, races
In Atlanta, children of many races share their Christmas wish lists with a black Santa Claus.
The McDuffie Progress
Burn center's Annual Shop with a Doc event a success
The children arrive in style at the annual Shop with a Doc event at Target in Evans on Tuesday night.
Creative nativities depict Christmas story The spirit of Christmas...
By BRITTANY TATE The Brunswick News 1Nearly 150 nativities, representing interpretations of the birth of Jesus from around the world, will remain on display through January at the Arthur J. Moore Methodist Museum, Library and Archives at Epworth by the Sea.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
Santa visits Bush presidential center in Dallas
Officials with the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas say Santa Claus will be on hand through Thursday for photos and to greet visitors.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
The Coastal Courier
Proclaim your belief in the Son of God
I recently watched the classic Christmas movie, "Miracle on 34th Street." At the end of the movie, there was a campaign to get support for believing in Santa Claus.
Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley gets married
Even as they try desperately to hang on to Boeing Co., officials in Washington state have been courting the main competitor of the aerospace giant.
NM teacher who said Santa is white on paid leave
A suburban Albuquerque teacher who told a black student that Santa Claus is white has been placed on paid administrative leave.
Today is Officer Morgan Day in Covington
The young Covington resident has spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic condition that affects his muscle movement and leaves him in a wheelchair.
Clip-clop around town in a horse-drawn carriage
Gold City Corral owner David Kraft gives Santa Claus and his elves a lift during the Christmas season.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Much to believe in at Christmas
This column first ran in 2010. The status of Cameron Charles Yarbrough has been updated, but the message remains timeless.
Underwater Santa entertains at Georgia Aquarium
Santa Claus is taking time out of the busy holiday season to visit with the underwater sea creatures - and the kids, of course - at Georgia Aquarium.
Christmas Craft Show, Santa Open House in Woodstock
As you get back into the groove of the work week, Woodstock-Towne Lake Patch will keep you updated on what's happening this week in southern Cherokee County: Foxtale Book Shoppe in downtown Woodstock will have an open house to celebrate being named the Best Bookstore in Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine.