3 hrs ago | Rome News
Georgia stands to lose $1.8 million in health-related funding because state officials refuse to participate in a federal survey that asks students from seventh grade through high school questions about their sexual histories.
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The King & Prince Resort on St. Simons Island, the largest of Georgia's Golden Isles, has been attracting guests since 1935, but what I hadn't realized, and what I was excited to discover, is the historic significance of the island going back to colonial times.
7 hrs ago | Rome News
The courts at the Rome-Floyd Tennis Center will be buzzing with activity this weekend during the inaugural North Georgia Junior Open Championship.
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Georgia State Troopers investigated 326 traffic crashes that resulted in 278 injuries and 6 traffic fatalities during the 2012 Memorial Day weekend, figures they hope decrease this year.
The Council on International Educational Exchange is looking for a host family in Georgia for a student with celiac disease.
When Ben Masters pushes his wheelchair across the stage of The Forum today and accepts his high school diploma, it's not a stretch to guess the 18-year-old Coosa High graduate's accomplishment will be met with tumultuous applause from his family and friends.
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The Georgia National Cemetery is gearing up to honor all military members who have served the country or are currently deployed.
The Georgia Department of Transportation says one lane of traffic on northbound Interstate 285 near Covington Highway is getting by after a vehicle fire.
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will host the exhibition "Deaccessioning Bernard Smol" May 25 to July 7 in the Martha Thompson Dinos Gallery.
With the U.S. Army developing plans to cut 80,000 troops from its active-duty roster, one military expert says it will be nearly impossible for Georgia's three major Army bases to avoid some reduction in personnel.
Lawyers for a Georgia death row inmate asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to prevent the execution of their client, who they say is mentally disabled.
"It's significant that Brunswick is Subaru's first port of entry in the Southeastern U.S.," said Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Curtis Foltz.
Michael Parson, of Sandy Springs, was convicted Thursday on charges of aggravated assault, attempted murder and other charges in the April 2012 shooting of his wife Adina, who survived the attack and now uses a wheelchair.
Parents send off their children to school hoping they will be safe. But the weather is beyond our control, so all most hope for is that teachers and staff are prepared.
With a 12th week at No. 1, Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" breaks the record for the most chart-topping weeks for a title by a duo in the 69-year history of Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.
Abandoned gas stations, old churches and boarded-up corner stores litter Georgia's countryside and small towns.