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Georgia Power joins city officials on tour
Georgia Power officials joined Cedartown City Manager Bill Fann for a tour of the area, along with stops at the Polk County Administration offices and the City of Rockmart city hall. / Contributed by Aimee Madden, City of Cedartown
Georgia hands-free law takes effect July 1st
"If you've got a hands-free device, or a hands-free option in your car, go ahead and hook your phone up to it now, if you haven't already done it," says Ssgt. Ray Childress. "Go ahead and hook it up. get used to using the hands free option in your car."
Rhett Atkins, Dallas Davidson Return for Fifth Annual Georgia On My Mind Benefit
One of the newest traditions in Music City over the past few years is the annual benefit concert from three of the city’s top tunesmiths --Rhett Akins,Dallas Davidson, and Ben Hayslip. Gretsch Presents theFifth Annual Georgia On My Mind-- slated for June 26 at the historic Ryman Auditorium -- is a c
The latest on Georgia Bulldog football recruiting
Been some rumors going around now for about two weeks on Demetris Robertson and him not going back to Cal. I first heard about it from a...
Georgia Among States With Fewest Psychopaths: Study
ATLANTA, GA — Well, this is intriguing. The nation's capitol, Washington, D.C., has more psychopaths than any other area of the country, according to a new study. It could be explained by the high population density "or by the type of person who may be drawn a literal seat of power," according to Ry
Backstreet Boys Had A Laugh Teaching Florida Georgia Line to Dance
“We had some fun on their buses right before we did [CMT’s]Crossroads, getting all the vocals together, picking out who was singing what for whose song, and I’d say probably the highlight was teaching those guys how to do the dance to ‘Backstreet’s Back.’ That will go down in history as one of the h
Georgia State Hosts Mandela Washington Fellows A Fourth Consecutive Year
Since it began in 2014, YALI has given exemplary young professionals between the ages of 25 and 35 from Sub-Saharan Africa the opportunity to study either business and entrepreneurship, civic leadership or public management in colleges and universities in the U.S. The Andrew Young School has joined
Fred – Georgia Lewitt – Medium
“A residential building facade in San Francisco painted in gray and white rectangles” byRyan LindsayonUnsplashI never had,with a skipin his feet,a batonshiny and neat,a moustacheto pat withslim fingers.Callinghis ordered carwith a whistle,waving to a passer-byhe doesn’t know,having two or threewomen
Column: Georgia athletics heads in the right direction, but needs work for sustained success
University of Georgia mascot Uga X walks the field during a college football game between the University of Georgia and the University of Florida in Jacksonville, Florida, on Saturday, October 28, 2017. (Photo/Kristin M. Bradshaw)KRISTIN M. BRADSHAW
Shire Receives U.S. FDA Approval for New State-of-the-Art Plasma Manufacturing Facility Near Covington, Georgia
Dublin, Ireland - June 21, 2018- Shire plc (LSE: SHP, NASDAQ: SHPG), the global biotechnology leader in rare diseases, announced today that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the company's first submission for its new plasma manufacturing facility near Covington, Georg
Judge Fails to Punish Georgia College for Impeding Student's Constitutional Rights
Chike Uzuegbunam sued Georgia Gwinnett College back in 2016 after campus police forced him to stop evangelizing on campus, even in the designated free-speech zones, and charged him with "disorderly conduct."
Testimony starts in Georgia cold-case slaying blamed on racism
Frank Gebhardt is charged with malice murder in the killing of Timothy Coggins near Griffin, Georgia, in 1983.
A first for Georgia: Democrats pick Black woman for governor
Georgia Democrats chose Atlanta lawyer Stacey Abrams, already a history-maker as the first Black nominee and first female nominee for governor of either majority party in the state. She will face either Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle or Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who will meet in Republican runoff in July
Georgia's Extravagent Drops New Single "Lose You" | RESPECT.
Georgia’s very ownExtravagenthas arrived with new music. Shining a light on his solid pen skills and crisp story telling, the artist has dropped off his highly anticipated new single “Lose you.” In the 3 minute track, he gets straight to the point and keeps it real with his listeners throughout the
Georgia Officer-Involved Shooting in Kingsland Tony Green: GBI investigating officer-involved shooting in Camden County
"I heard seven back to back. There was no stop, it was just boom, boom boom," Toronce Jones, a witness said.
Conservative Candidates for Governor Vow to Stop Discrimination Against Georgia Gun Companies - GunsAmerica Digest
The two conservative gubernatorial candidates issued statements this week after they learned that Honor Defense, located in Gainsville, was dropped by Intuit and Stripe because the two payment processors suddenly refused to stop supporting the firearms industry.
Several Fulton County libraries are closing for renovations. Here’s where you can go if your local library is closed | The Georgia Sun
The Sandy Springs, Southwest Atlanta, Kirkwood and Washington Park Libraries will close to the public on Wednesday, August 8, while the Dogwood, Roswell and West End Libraries will close to the public on Tuesday, August 21 to begin extensive renovation work, as part of the library system’s capital i
Georgia Tourism team completes Morgan tour - Morgan County Citizen
The Georgia Tourism Product Development Team (TPD) completed their two-day assessment of Morgan County Wednesday, June 13. The TPD promotes tourism in Georgia by assisting marketing efforts of for-profit, non-profit, and governmental organizations.
Graduates from North Georgia
Addyson Albershardt of Matthews received a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Magna Cum Laude. Tara Bittner of Concord received a Master of Science in Health & Physical Education, and Colton Hudson of Huntersville received a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with Forensics Concentrati
One of Georgia’s wins from last season is nominated for the ESPYS’ 'Game of the Year'
On New Year's Day, the Georgia Bulldogs prevailed against Oklahoma in a Rose Bowl showdown that was an instant classic. Five months later, the Bulldogs’ win has a chance to …