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Georgia's Pre-K Program is beginning its 22nd year. It is a voluntary, lottery-funded Pre-K program is considered universal, meaning any age eligible child may attend regardless of family income
The transport of two patients from West Africa to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta with the potentially deadly Ebola virus has caused some concerns.
The news that two Ebola patients are being brought to America has created waves of concern ranging from mere worry to Hollywood "Outbreak" scenarios to conspiracy theories.
This weekend, shoppers across Georgia will be able to purchase back-to-school supplies during the Sales Tax Holiday.
The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will help 2Work Staffing fill more than 20 jobs with several textile companies in Calhoun and Rome.
Candidates can now request a recount.
Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is alerting Georgians to the recall of some stone fruits (including plums, peaches and nectarines), and related made-in-store items prepared with these stone fru
The Georgia Department of Labor will help Automation Personnel fill more than 30 jobs in Calhoun and Adairsville with a light industrial manufacturer.
Governor says money will be included in the amended FY 15 budget.
One of the victims of a plane crash Sunday in Carrollton was a board member for River City Bank in Rome.
The average cost for an unleaded gallon of gas in Georgia is $3.52.
On July 22nd, Georgia voters will decide a number of runoff contests. One statewide race is for State School Superintendent. On the Republican side Mike Buck is taking on Richard Woods.
You can now find the scores for each individual school by going to the Georgia Department of Education website.
He will chair a committee to make recommendations for changes to the Georgia Code of Military Justice.
No explosion and no injuries at this time, according to Dalton police.