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As the 100th anniversary of the founding of the city of Helen approaches this summer, area historians have planned a series of events to commemorate the event starting in April.
Georgia's highest court has rejected a Mexican national's argument that part of a state law that requires a Georgia-issued driver's license to get behind the wheel is unconstitutional because it discriminates against non-Georgia citizens.
Representative Doug Collins (R-GA) has announced additional mobile office hours for his Constituent Service Representatives the week of April 8, 2013.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry embarked on talks Monday with Afghan President Hamid Karzai amid concerns Karzai may be jeopardizing progress in the war against extremism with his anti-American rhetoric.
The Gainesville area got just over two inches of rain on Saturday and Sunday; that was bad news for Easter eggs hunts and other festivities, but good news as the drought continues to loosen its grip on the state.
The National Parks Service will begin asking Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area visitors to begin carrying their own trash out of the park.
A couple of house fires in Buford kept Gwinnett County firefighters busy early Saturday morning.
The rain is welcome for drought relief, but it has put a damper on some spring activities scheduled this weekend.
University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby has appointed Georgia Gwinnett College's vice president to serve as interim president.
When Alissa and Robbie Parker met face to face recently with the father of the young man who killed their daughter and 19 other first-graders at Sandy Hook Elementary School, they weren't angry with him and didn't blame him for the massacre.
A Habersham County man has been jailed after an undercover drug operation earlier this month led to the seizure of $225,000 worth of methamphetamine.
Transportation officials say the tolls on Georgia 400 will end later this year.
Three people, including the suspect, were killed in a shooting at Marine Base Quantico, a base spokesman said.
When he was running for sheriff of Hall County last year, Gerald Couch promised he would cut costs in the department, and Thursday he displayed a refurbished patrol car that costs thousands less than a new vehicle.
A Forsyth County man faces five counts of sexual exploitation of children after investigators with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said they found child pornography on the suspect's home computer.
A Georgia man who was found competent to stand trial in the killing of an Athens-Clarke County police officer wants a new hearing, but a judge rejected the request.
Sheriff's officials in Cherokee County say the driver who hit a crossing guard and fled the scene was running late for his graduation from drug court.
In special elections held Tuesday, voters in both Rabun and Union counties approved extensions of Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax measures.
Police in the Atlanta suburb of Johns Creek are seeking help from the public in identifying a suspect in the theft of several personal checks from an 89-year-old victim.
A pro hockey player is facing charges of sexual battery and disorderly conduct after police say he grabbed the buttocks and breasts of a waitress while in the Atlanta area for a game.
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