A poll released Friday, the same day the Georgia State Senate voted to approve one of the nation's strictest abortion laws in the nation, indicates that, among those polled, restrictions on abortion beyond the current law are not overwhelmingly supported.
Chattooga County Board of Education member Brad Hayes made three Calendar Proposals at the March regular session meeting.
Mrs. Patti Thompson Willingham, age 50 of Summerville, went to be with the Lord on March 19, 2019 suddenly at the Floyd Medical Center. Patti...
Pepperell High School (PHS) is excited to announce Emily Claytor as the new head girls basketball coach. Coach Claytor played college basketball at Truett-McConnell...
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that the state opened 2019 by setting a series of records.
200 jobs and invest $20 million in its first North American manufacturing facility in McDonough, Georgia
When President Nixon signed the executive order creating MBDA, the nation’s minority population was less than 40 million. Nixon recognized that, although minority-owned businesses then were only 4 percent of America’s businesses, empowering the entrepreneurial spirit of minority men and women was vital for the future of the American economy.
"Once completed, Plant Vogtle will be home to the first new nuclear units built in the United States in more than 30 years. This project will help bring our nuclear capabilities into the 21st century and make Georgia a leader in our country’s long-term energy independence." - Senator Perdue