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4 hrs ago | Brantley Enterprise
Several weeks after Rep. Jack Kingston generated controversy for suggesting low-income students ought to sweep cafeteria floors to learn "there's no such thing as free lunch," local Georgia NBC station WSAV 3 revealed all the "free lunches" Kingston receives on the taxpayer dime.
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8 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Many of the headlines coming out of the legislative session this year about Obamacare, Common Core, guns and "medical marijuana" might give a false impression job-creation bills are nonexistent.
12 hrs ago | SavannahNow
Developer Ben Carter's Broughton Street project is gaining steam with more retailers signing up and more properties firmly in his portfolio, but his efforts to revitalize these historic storefronts have begun to encounter the red tape of zoning rules and bureaucratic scrutiny.
Photo by Ben Brengman for the Savannah Morning News - Dancers from the Glor Na Daire preform during Tara Feis in Emmet Park.
I am delighted to be in Savannah for St. Patrick's Day. Our national holiday is a time of year when we celebrate our remarkable Irish family across the world.
Police in Atlanta's northern suburbs are searching for an armed man suspected of robbing an Alpharetta convenience store.
The St. Patrick's Day celebration kicked off Friday night on a depressing note, when a head-on collision on the Back River bridge, just north of the Talmadge Bridge, closed both lanes over the Savannah River for several hours.
The fifth and final phase of the Harry S. Truman Parkway opened to traffic 20 minutes early around 9:40 a.m. Friday.
The Savannah City Council has been pushing for the closing of the state's Coastal Transitional Center as a way to increase public safety, but the effort has failed to gain necessary support.
As the executive director of the new Savannah Honor Academy and also the school's K-2 teacher, Cocalis envisions a school that consists of families and teachers - not bureaucracy.
It's been nothing but hustle and bustle along River Street all day, as vendors began setting up for Savannah's biggest celebration of the year, St. Patrick's Day.
A federal judge has called it "somewhat troubling" that a city of Savannah water department employee with a lengthy criminal history and carrying a gun was allowed to make service calls, including to homes of citizens, for three years as part of his job.
Painting by Sandy Branam "Arthur's World" by Thunderbolt artist Sandy Branam shows the man with the things Savannahians identify with him: White beard, white buckets, white boots, bicycle, rowboat and cast nets.
Metro Savannah's unemployment rate increased to 6.9 percent in January, up three-tenths of a percentage point from 6.6 percent in December, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Transportation officials say the opening of the final phase of the Truman Parkway will ease traffic flow from downtown Savannah, particularly on Abercorn Street.
A Third ID Ranger lost his life in Afghanistan. Now his mother is fighting for a common sense resolution for the state of Georgia.