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44 min ago | The Times
Damon Gibbs, left, joins Dawson County Board of Education Chairman Roger Slaton in signing the contract to become the school system's next superintendent.
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4 hrs ago | Patch.com
Georgia opens its doors every year to thousands of international visitors who work, play, and study in communities all across our state.
6 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville
National Defense Chairman Connie Tucker of the Col. William Candler Chapter DAR announced recipients of the first two Distinguished Citizen Awards at the group's April meeting: N.A. Jacobs and Col.
10 hrs ago | WALB-TV Albany
The 2014-15 academic year will mark the third year in row tuition to attend the majority of the University System of Georgia's colleges and universities will rise just 2.5 percent.
10 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Health forums were abuzz in 2007 with news that a simple, inexpensive chemical may serve as a viable treatment to many forms of cancer.
12 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Tourists exit from Interstate 95, their vehicle heading south from Savannah, perhaps destined for the Golden Isles of St. Simon's and Jeykll.
16 hrs ago | Brunswick News
Three finalists for the St. Marys city manager's job will meet in person with elected officials Thursday for private and public interviews.
20 hrs ago | 101.5 The River
Unless you are a doctor of Sports Medicine, personal trainer or have been working out non-stop for the past several years, you probably have questions! In an effort to help, we've compiled a list of questions you'd LIKE to ask, but never will.
The commander of the Los Angeles Police Department's Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau is scheduled to give a lecture on combatting extremist terrorism today at the University of Georgia.
South Effingham High School senior Liam Bendig, the system STAR student of the year, draws inspiration from and likewise inspires STAR teacher Brian Witrick.
The strained spy relationship between Pakistan and the U.S. is "of lateon the upswing," according to America's top intelligence official.
Becoming a police officer seemed like a natural progression for Lance Tipton when he was simultaneously serving in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
Multiyear testing methods have left the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with a list of 80,000 household and industrial compounds that need to be assessed to determine potential health risks.
The University of Georgia's Mason Public Leadership Lecture has been rescheduled for April 22 at 9:45 a.m. in the UGA Chapel.
Editor's note: Julia Carpenter is a community manager at the Washington Post and a former CNN.com intern.
Gone are the days when the primary journalism career path meant starting at the bottom of a news organization as a lowly junior reporter and slowly working your way up.
After decades of start-and-stop, artificial intelligence is being advanced by major computing firms from Facebook and Google to IBM.