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3 hrs ago | Sandy Springs Neighbor
Gov. Nathan Deal said last week his top priority is the safety and well-being of children throughout the state.
7 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars
Police believe a man outside a bar in Georgia accidentally shot himself in the hand, and the same bullet killed a woman across the street.
11 hrs ago | Media Matters for America
The Washington Times editorial board accused Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jason Carter of concealing his support for LGBT equality in order to win over the state's voters, ignoring Carter's own words offering his full-throated support for marriage equality and mounting evidence that gay rights are decreasingly a wedge issue with voters, ... (more)
Gov. Nathan Deal Tuesday announced that 82 Georgia communities - including Oakwood and several others in northeast Georgia - will receive a total of $39.7 million in assistance to grow their local economies.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced that freight brokerage company, Total Quality Logistics, will create 75 new jobs and invest $1 million into an Atlanta facility over the next three years.
Former charity executive Michelle Nunn's campaign is out with a hard-hitting ad featuring former textile workers who lost their jobs after businessman David Perdue took over their company.
The University of Georgia will break ground on the 122,500-square-foot Science Learning Center 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at the south end of the S10 parking lot off Carlton Street.
A new poll shows incumbent Republican Gov. Nathan Deal leading Democrat Jason Carter, and Republican David Perdue ahead of Democrat Michelle Nunn .
Members of Atlanta City Council, city employees, and public safety unions are all demanding an investigation into controversial payouts to Atlanta Police Department Chief George Turner and members of Mayor Kasim Reed's office.
Democrat Jason Carter unleashed a new line of attack against Republican Gov. Nathan Deal after the release of a federal report showing that only Mississippi has a worse unemployment rate than Georgia.
Officials from the state’s university and technical college systems, along with Gov. Nathan Deal, will be in Warner Robins on Tuesday for groundbreaking on a new veterans training center.
GOV. NATHAN Deal must send word to the state Environmental Protection Division that it's making a big mistake to strip protections from state-owned marshes.
Georgia companies need to recruit talented workers who can be job ready from day one, while educators need to know how to prepare students so they can find good-paying jobs in the state.
The conflict in Gaza and the positions of the candidates regarding Israel has become one of the subtexts in the Peach State's Senate and Governor's races.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 05:36 pm
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