The Cartersville Medical Center this week announced that it collected 47 pounds of medications during its “Crush the Crisis” opioid take-back day, exceeding the total from the previous two years combined. Crush the Crisis day is a drive to have communities return unused and expired painkillers and other medications for safe disposal, making sure they can’t be abused going forward. A meaningful step forward in the opioid crisis fight has Cartersville RISING…
Folks who have spent time in Texas likely know about Buc-ee’s, the sprawling travel center/gas stations that pop up across the Lonestar State. Well now the beloved fuel station has come to Warner Robins, and the new 53,000-square-foot travel center boasts a whopping 116 fueling positions and thousands of food and drink options. Great news for Georgia drivers – Buc-ee’s is also known for having the “world’s cleanest bathrooms.” RISING…
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