Cobb County Takes Big Economic Stimulation Step

  Five commissioners in Georgia’s third most populous county this week took direct action to stimulate the economy by unanimously approving over $50 million in federal aid to combat the economic fallout from COVID-19. Businesses with 100 or less employees can now...

Beware of mortgage forbearance consequences

  COVID-19 has affected Georgians in many different ways. As businesses and governments shifted into shutdown, many started to wonder how they were going to pay their bills, rent and mortgages. As more and more segments of the economy shut down jobs were lost at...

Gwinnett to host next Georgia Grown To-Go event

  The Georgia Department of Agriculture will continue its Georgia Grown To-Go events today in Gwinnett, as part of its “Buy Georgia Grown, Now More Than Ever” campaign. With the normal farmers markets across the state either cancelled or severely pared down,...

Black on black crime wave hits Albany

  If it isn’t bad enough that Albany and Dougherty County have become known as a Georgia hot spot for the coronavirus, now violent crimes and murders are on the increase. County Coroner Michael Fowler is blunt: “(T)o make it so bad, it’s black on black crime. And...

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