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The Democratic Party of Georgia is hosting its quadrennial state convention Aug. 9 in Dublin at the DuBose Porter Regional Business and Industry Center.
The state of Georgia should go ahead and annex it and save everyone the trouble.
Georgia was one of the hottest states for solar installation in 2013, coming in at No.
SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAPH An alligator, measuring 13 feet 11 inches, was killed in Lake Seminole during Georgia’s 2013 alligator hunt.
A former state lawmaker says a New York City event billed as a fundraiser for Georgia's Democratic Party was unethical and illegal.
Our forecast for the outcome of the Georgia U.S. Senate election this year is more optimistic for the Republicans than those of many other analysts.
David Baldwin of the Marietta Police Department confirmed today that Thomas Rodriquez of Fairmont committed suicide earlier this week in Marietta.
A Georgia man has died after falling from a water tower in Brookhaven where he was working.
Georgia's governor has sent a letter to the president saying it is "unconscionable" that the federal government didn't communicate with his office before sending unaccompanied young migrants to the state.
Newton County Schools received a GaDER Blue Sky Award for cutting emissions in at least 75% of its school bus fleet.
The annual public comment period for the Department of Public Health's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, will run from Aug. 1 through Aug. 31. Georgia WIC director Debra Keyes says department staff will review the comments and use them to update the annual program plan.
Republican Senate candidate Jack Kingston delivers a short speech during a press conference and campaign stop in the lobby of the office building at the Augusta Daniel Field Airport on July 21. That Rep. Jack Kingston lost his primary race for the open Senate seat in Georgia Tuesday night wasn't a complete shock.
Patch has community websites across Georgia. Here are some of the top posts from the past 24 hours.
Several black women, including elected officials and community leaders, gathered Wednesday to discuss how Georgia will make history in November.
At a time of disgust with all things Washington D.C., voters in Georgia are set to send someone to represent them in the U.S. Senate next year who has never held political office before.
"I would have married him anyway," said the 85-year-old retired teacher from Covington.
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