Dahlonega faces white supremacy invasion

The North Georgia town of Dahlonega is slated to play a white supremacist rally this weekend, and city officials are taking steps to make sure things don’t get out of hand.  Lawmakers including Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., who represents the district, have...

GA Farmers finally get relief

Nearly a full year after Hurricane Michael caused billions of dollars of damages to Georgia crops, local farmers today will be able to begin applying for aid.  The drawn out, often bitter process of procuring aid took roughly 8 months alone, but the Department of...

Make it six

Call it an annual tradition – Gov. Brian Kemp was flanked by state economic development leaders Tuesday to announce that Georgia has been named the “Top State for Business” for the 6th straight year by Area Development.  Taking top marks in...

Atlanta declines to extend superintendent

By all measurable accounts, Meria Carstarphen’s tenure as superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools has been a major success.  Since her hiring in 2014 to help turn around a school system wracked by scandals, graduation rates have improved by more than 20% and...

Cargo ship capsizes near St. Simons

A 656 foot cargo ship called The Golden Ray capsized just off the shore of St. Simons Island yesterday following a fire.  20 of its 24 crew members were rescued, as Coast Guard officers continue to search for the remaining four.  The ship, which contained...

Georgia ducks Dorian

Coastal Georgians began returning home Thursday as Hurricane Dorian continued up the East Coast, and early reports signal only minor damage.  The storm had picked up steam late Wednesday, but spun up off the coast, sparing Georgia from a direct hit.  Gov. Brian Kemp...

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