Month: November 2013
Mercer sets record for wins by start-up football program
Kennedy assassination sites bring to life that fatal day in Dallas
The shooting death of President John F. Kennedy 50 years ago today forever changed a nation and opened five decades of conspiracy theories. While there is plenty of room for some to discuss the veracity of the Warren Commission report, here is a checklist of some of the must-see places on a visit to Dallas.
Delta planning Love Field expansion
Atlanta Braves to move to Cobb County in 2017
Amtrak Urges Congress to Not Take Northeast Corridor For Granted
The country must stop taking the aging Northeast Corridor (NEC), a national transportation asset, for granted, Amtrak’s president recently told Congress. “We must stop taking this vital infrastructure for granted and start investing in the future of the region and the nation,” Amtrak President and CEO Joe Boardman told a Congressional committee last month. “We have an infrastructure that, while safe, is vulnerable to service disruptions at virtually any time and place.”
Atlanta Braves moving north to Cobb County in 2017
In season finale of inaugural season, Berry falls 28-6
In many ways, Berry’s inaugural football season ended much the same way it began. An exuberant crowd of 3,161 turned out to historic Barron Stadium to cheer on the school’s first team to take to the field. Just like that inaugural contest on September 7, Berry fell short, but walked away knowing they have set a foundation for the future.