The State Road and Tollway Authority is offering local governments and community improvement districts $29 million in transportation infrastructure improvement grants.
The State Bar of Georgia announced this week that its leaders recently appointed 27 Gwinnett County attorneys and judges to serve on the organization’s committees.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announced on Thursday that it finished I-85 repaving work early, but work on Highway 316 continues.
Four Confederate battle flags were found on Thursday at the historic Atlanta church where civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. once preached, in a chilling reminder of the shooting of nine African-Americans at a South Carolina church in June.
When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the legislation, roughly half of Americans 65 and older had no health insurance, the Associated Press reported. “No longer will older Americans be denied the healing miracle of modern medicine,” Johnson declared at the bill signing.
SweetWater Brewing Company, which brews beers including 420 Extra Pale Ale, Take Two Pils, Hop Hash and Georgia Brown, is making preparations for an initial public offering (IPO).
Spelman College in Georgia has discontinued a professorship named after disgraced comedian Bill Cosby and returned the money meant to pay for it.
State will continue weekly lane closures through May 2016
The Georgia Department of Transportation will begin closing lanes on Ga. Highway 316 this weekend for a road resurfacing project.
Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy’s widow died Wednesday night, company officials announced.
The Georgia Department of Revenue announced online registration is now available for the state’s new fireworks excise tax and hotel-motel fee.
Thousands of mourners gathered in Georgia on Tuesday night at a memorial service for U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Squire K. “Skip” Wells, the youngest of five U.S. servicemen killed when a gunman opened fire on military offices in Tennessee.
Gov. Nathan Deal became the latest politician to order a review of Planned Parenthood after allegations of fetus-selling were made against the group.
Thousands of people signed a petition to add the popular hip hop group, OutKast, to the side of Stone Mountain.
The Atlanta NAACP is calling for the removal of any trace of the Confederate States of America from Stone Mountain Park.
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