More Cybersecurity Jobs Open Up

Georgia’s economic reopening continues and one example is the growing number of cybersecurity jobs available. Fort Gordon is home to the U.S. Army’s Cyber Command headquarters. In nearby Augusta is the state-financed Georgia Cyber Center. Although only two years...

UGA struggles with coronavirus

The return of students to college campuses predictably sparked a COVID-19 flare-up, and Athens, with its reputation as something of a party town, has been one of the hardest hit.  This week UGA suspended a fraternity and two other student groups are under...

Fulton officials protect local water

Fulton County officials, led by Chairman Robb Pitts, were honored with the “Clean 13 Water Heroes” award last week from the Georgia Water Coalition for their work in reducing the use of single-use plastics and beginning to substitute those products with...

Southern Company honored with Edison Award

Georgia’s own Southern Company was honored recently with the Edison Electric Institute’s (EEI) prestigious EEI Edison Award, one of the highest honors in the electric utility industry.  The award was given  on the strength of Southern...

State House race finally ends

Nearly a month after election day a winner has finally been declared in a Savannah-area state House seat.  Following an (extensive) series of recounts, Derek Mallow defeated Anne Allen Westbrook by 19 votes in the Democratic primary for House District 163, and will...

Mercer breaks ground on Columbus medical school

State officials were on hand this week to mark the groundbreaking of Mercer University’s new medical school campus in Columbus.  The expansion will increase the campus’ enrollment to 240 Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) students over the next several years, eventually...

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