Betty Peardon, right, with her husband, Steven Cross, and State Rep. John Carson, help to unveil a marker of the Hightower Indian Trail during a rededication ceremony Monday at Harrison Park.
Of course this is the golden age of fear where everything is out to get us despite our living longer and better than at any point in human history. The latest epidemic of hysteria began with two American aid workers contracting the Ebola virus while doing God's work in Liberia.
The United States ratcheted up its safeguards against Ebola on Tuesday, requiring travelers from three countries at the center of an epidemic in West Africa to fly into one of five major airports conducting enhanced screening for the virus. The restrictions on passengers whose trips originated in Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea were announced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and were set to go into effect on Wednesday.
Clockwise from upper left: bowls of ramen from Chai Pani, Mibo Ramen, the Lawrence, Makan, St. Cecilia, Kimball House, Victory Sandwich Bar, and Alma Cocina Pumpkins aren't the only fall food group that inspires festivals . Call me crazy, but when October hits, my thoughts turn not to pumpkin spice lattes, but to warm bowls of ramen.
At 81, retired Atlanta police detective Ray Pate stays on the Internet – a pastime that's leading him to Mount Holly on the trail of a Charlotte woman who disappeared nearly 50 years ago. Maybe it's a wild goose chase, but the veteran lawman still feels compelled to dig deeper into the infamous "Case of the Missing Bride."