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1 hr ago | Slate
One day after it was leaked, the story about Michelle Nunn's December 2013 campaign memo has been simplified.
3 hrs ago | Peach Pundit
A guest post from Rep. Lynne Riley regarding the proposed new EPA regulations on carbon emissions.
Along Georgia Grown Trail 37, you'll find a mix of businesses both old and new, from family farms that have been running for more than a century to businesses that have been running for a decade or two.
Beginning this fall, First Presbyterian Day School will offer after-school learning opportunities for students and adults.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is the latest organization to gain a specialty license plate through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
We are your local family restaurant that has a very unique atmosphere unlike other restaurants you may find in the Coweta area.
Come 2015, Georgians who owe fines to any state or local court system may find a chunk taken out of their Georgia income tax returns.
A very controversial story that's getting a lot attention on social media, more than 1,000 children crossing the Mexico border are now staying with sponsored families in Georgia.
The Department of Community Health has made decisions on eligibility for up to 70 percent of the 88,854 "account transfers" from Georgia's insurance exchange, the agency said last week.
Republicans are on the offensive in the opening days of Georgia's general election Senate campaign, hammering Democrat Michelle Nunn as a rubber stamp for President Barack Obama and questioning her resume as a non-profit executive - the very experience that anchors her appeal as a moderate who gets things done without partisan wrangling.
The late historian William Estep wrote in the Texas Baptist Standard that if the Southern Baptist Convention went Calvinist on evangelism, it would become a "perfect dunghill."
During Monday's meeting of the Airport Advisory Board - its first since the airport came under the arm of the county - Reg Weaver, consultant with WK Dickson & Co., said the airport has received a "tentative allocation" of funds from the Georgia Department of Transportation for the cost of easements and design of the runway extension.
State Rep. Carl Rogers, R-Gainesville, has been named co-chairman of the Georgia House of Representatives' Role of Federal Government in Education Study Committee.
The Democratic Party of Georgia is hosting its quadrennial state convention Aug. 9 in Dublin at the DuBose Porter Regional Business and Industry Center.
Work is continuing on two Georgia Highway 17 widening projects in Stephens and Franklin counties, with very visible progress taking place just outside Martin near the Line community.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 08:16 am
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