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Twenty-two Henry County Schools finalists were selected to attend the 2014 Georgia Governor's Honors Program at Valdosta State University .
Spokesman Brian Robinson confirmed Friday a bill signing on House Bill 60 is planned Wednesday.
Chip Rogers, a former state senator who left elected office to take a six-figure position with Georgia Public Broadcasting, has reportedly been let go from his gig.
Health Navigators is designed to help consumers, small business owners and employees navigate the ACA, according to the UGA Health Navigators' website.
A campaign event April 16 turned into a screaming match as Republican gubernatorial candidate and former Dalton Mayor David Pennington held a news conference to make a "major announcement" inside the state Capitol.
According to police, the rape was reported on April 11 between 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. on the east side of Athens.
In line with the area's prevalent social enterprise presence, the City of Atlanta declared today that the last Thursday of each June will be "Social Media Day Atlanta."
Businessman Wayne Dasher founded the event 27 years ago at his pond house along with the sheriffs of Tattnall and surrounding counties.
Governor Nathan Deal yesterday signed into law a bill that empowers Georgia cities with even greater means to revitalize and re-energize their downtowns.
We're more than halfway through the allotted time Governor Nathan Deal has to act on bills passed by the General Assembly.
Georgia's high-need regions for medical care will be getting some relief. Gov. Nathan Deal signed a bill yesterday that will expand a scholarship program to place medical students in areas where they are most needed to practice medicine.
Governor Deal cost Georgia $700,000 in damages by blocking investigations into his 2010 campaign finances.
After thousands of teachers and other state employees denounced changes to the State Health Benefit Plan, the Georgia Department of Community Health has announced additional plans to increase the number of vendors to administer the plan.
KFC is offering an edible fried chicken corsage in time for prom night. How romantic.
"We call it an urban market so it's, if you think of a European market, this is kind of the size store you find in Europe," Bell said.
Thanks to a change at the Georgia Department of Driver Services, veterans will no longer have to carry around forms to prove they were in the military.