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Local governments in metro Atlanta have hired at least 770 relatives of current employees during the last three years, according to an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
There's a good chance that many of the trendy vegetables foodies latch on to in the next decade will come from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Savannah police are investigating overnight shootings that left two men dead.
Alice Stout-Osorio says she can't fathom why anyone would have wanted to kill her 13-year-old grandson, who died violently at her west Georgia home a week ago.
Stewart is competing for the first time since the sprint car he was driving struck and killed 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr. in an Aug. 9 race at a dirt track in upstate New York.
The atheist group that has threatened to sue the Hall County School System over coach-led prayer at Chestatee High School said Wednesday a written response from the lawyer for the district doesn't go far enough in restricting school employees and religious interactions with students.
Next to Public Safety Complex on Queen City Parkway, the Hall County GOP opened its new Headquarters Office Tuesday night.
Phillip Hartley of the Gainesville law firm Hartley, Harben, and Hawkins, LLP issued a statement to a Washington-based atheist group that is threatening a lawsuit against the Hall County school system over alleged coach-led prayer on the Chestatee High School football team.
35-year-old Daniel Wertz of Gainesville faces charges of possession of marijuana and manufacturing marijuana with intent to distribute.
The National Zoo in Washington is throwing a panda party.
A lawsuit against the state ethics commission is still costing taxpayers despite a jury verdict earlier this year.
The University of Georgia is set to tear down as many as 155 aging and surplus structures around the state in an effort to cut costs.
A band director who just started a new job in Georgia appeared before a judge Friday on charges he had sex with several students at his former high school in Alabama.
Today about 30 percent of students enrolled in postsecondary institutions are first generation, but 89 percent of them will not complete a bachelor's degree.
Visitors to the new College Football Hall of Fame will find 100-year-old artifacts have found a new home in the digital age.
Life in this working-class St. Louis suburb of modest brick homes and low-rise apartments hasn't been the same since Angelia Dickens' son tearfully told her, "The police shot a boy."
First-year students at Brenau University Women's College got a chance to meet one-on-one with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta.
Leaders of the Democratic Party are preparing to approve a plan that sets the 2016 presidential calendar.
On Tuesday, August 26, the Suwanee City Council will hold its final two public hearings on the proposed 2014 millage rate.
At its meeting Thursday night, Flowery Branch City Council unanimously approved taking out a $1.5 from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority to increase the capacity and phosphorous load of the city's water plant.
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