Ossoff Should Be Nervous With 6th District Early Voting

Early voting for the June 20th run-off in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District special election is over after today— and Republican candidate Karen Handel has reason to be pleased with the results. Given all the media attention and the fact it is the most expensive...

2018 Georgia Teacher of the Year Named

This year’s honoree as the 2018 Georgia Teacher of the Year is John R. Tibbetts, an economics teacher from Worth County High School in Sylvester. The Georgia Teacher of the Year Award is a great award but is merely trophy to take home. Tibbetts will be working with...

Georgia cybersecurity center set to break ground

  Governor Nathan Deal will be in Augusta Monday to officially break ground on the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, one of his biggest priorities of the past few years.  The center, which received $50 million in state funding to get off the ground,...

Atlanta energy mandate could be costly

  One energy expert says the City of Atlanta’s mandate to use only renewable energy by 2035 is almost certain to be costly, and it may not even be practical. The mandate, approved by the city earlier this year, calls for the city to use only clean renewable...

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