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A debate over ambulance service in Kennesaw has positioned the mayor, an employee of the city's ambulance service provider, at odds with council members who want the city to be able to pick its own provider.
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May 21-- State Senator Tommie Williams of Lyons is one of several Republicans considering running for the 12th District seat in the U.S. Congress, according to the following story today in The Augusta Chronicle .
From a press release issued by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce: The Georgia Chamber of Commerce released its 2013 Legislative Scorecard on Monday - on which members of the Georgia General Assembly were graded based on their votes related to certain pro-business measures addressed during the 2013 legislative session.
Sixth-grade Lewis Frasier Middle School student Marcel Facey completes his school work while taking a turn on a treadmill desk.
The man behind the controversy over Bibles in Georgia state park cabins isn't sure he will accept a compromise being developed by state officials, including Governor Nathan Deal.
Highway safety officials and cycling advocates are calling on Georgians to make 2013 a safer year for cyclists in Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to work this week on resurfacing Atlanta Highway from SR10 Loop to the Minor Street.
Groups supporting Georgia's expansion of Medicaid didn't fold their tents and wander off into the night when the General Assembly adjourned.
Savannah's mayor and one member of its City Council are heading overseas to Turkey, where they hope to build relationships that translate to boosting trade and investment back home in Georgia.
Some big names in the Republican Party are in Georgia this weekend for the GOP Convention that is taking place at the Classic Center in Athens.
The recently signed Rural Tourism Protection Act helps Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites meet budget challenges and aids communities dependent on the tourism provided by the state's parks, historic sites or outdoor recreation areas within their communities, according to state Rep.
Republicans aren't the only ones roiled by internal jostling and recruiting hiccups ahead of next year's midterm elections.
A federal grand jury has indicted state Rep. Tyrone Brooks on charges that he misappropriated almost $1 million in charitable funds Brooks, 67, was charged by a federal grand jury in a 30-count indictment that includes charges of mail, wire and tax fraud.
The Georgia's Department of Transportation says in the last 5 years more than $500,000 worth of highway grates have been stolen.
As the state GOP convention officially came to order Friday, a small group of tea party and other activists stood outside to announce a large-scale voter outreach effort this year in part because they feel they can't depend on national Republicans to win elections.