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The unemployment rate in Murray County ticked up in June, but the change was the result of a growing labor force, not job loss. Unemployment went from 4.2 percent in May to 4.7 percent in June, … more
Eton and Chatsworth voters will decide five elected positions on Nov. 2. In Eton, the office of mayor and two city council positions are up for grabs. In Chatsworth, two alderman posts will be … more
Georgia’s rivers are getting a better map. Georgia River Network is partnering with EarthViews to create modern, 360-degree digital maps of Georgia rivers. Similar to the “Street … more
ATLANTA – Georgia schools are about to receive the final $1.4 billion installment of $4.2 billion in federal coronavirus relief funds the state Department of Education was allocated through … more
ATLANTA -- Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan on Thursday announced his intention to work with the General Assembly to create a $250 million state tax credit directly targeted at lowering crime statewide. … more
JEKYLL ISLAND  – Kevin Caylor, one of four investigators for the Conasauga Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office and sole investigator assigned to the Murray County Office, was … more
Building a better prepared workforce while also providing good job opportunities for Murray County young people is a high priority for Eli Falls, Murray County Industrial Development Authority … more
The Georgia Department of Transportation will begin paving portions of the outer lanes (north and south) of U.S. 411 in Chatsworth sometime this month, according to Mayor K.W. Gong. Conditions on … more
Scam callers have been particularly persistent in their harassment of NGEMC members over the last few days. They have demanded that members drive to Kroger and purchase a prepaid card to make their … more
ATLANTA - The Georgia Lottery generated more than $1.5 billion for the state’s HOPE Scholarship and Pre-K programs during the last fiscal year, a record that came despite a global pandemic that … more
DALTON – Hamilton Health Care System is hosting a community event to celebrate its centennial anniversary. The celebration is part of the July 23 Off the Rails live entertainment series at Burr … more
DALTON – On Saturday, Sept. 25, Dalton residents will join the fight to end Alzheimer’s disease at the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s — the … more
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Transportation’s (Georgia DOT) Office of Intermodal is excited to announce the launch of its Let’s Ride rural transit website and mobile app … more
ATLANTA - Georgia’s unemployment rate fell to 4% last month, the lowest since the coronavirus pandemic began in March of last year and 8.5% below the April 2020 pandemic peak of 12.5%.“We … more
School is out, vacation time is upon us, but here at United Way our volunteers are working hard behind the scenes and prepping for this year’s campaign.Last year we met our campaign goal of … more
ATLANTA - Federal and Georgia transportation planners are looking to run a high-speed rail line connecting Atlanta and Charlotte, N.C., via Athens.The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and … more
The Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests has prepared a revised programmatic environmental analysis (EA) for proposed management activities in the Foothills Landscape project area located on the … more
After more than a year of partial remote learning, nursing major Mackenzie Manley is looking forward to resuming the sense of community and belonging he experiences on Dalton State’s campus. … more
The Murray County School Board voted unanimously to spend $761,319 with Leonard Bros. Construction to upgrade its transportation and maintenance facilities. The improvements will include … more
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