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President Joe Biden plans to visit Atlanta next Thursday, marking his 100th day in office.It will be the second time Biden travels to Georgia since taking office in January, following his win over … more
It’s that time of year again to guard against mosquitoes, and the Asian tiger mosquito is the most common mosquito in our area. It is the most pestiferous daytime biter, and it is easy to … more
It’s a tradition! For the fourth time, the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society will host “Tea with Mom” at the Wright Hotel in Chatsworth as a unique way to celebrate those special … more
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Northwest Georgia saw positive over-the-month measures for nearly every key indicator in March.“We had another strong month in … more
SOCIAL CIRCLE – With zebra mussels found on a boat in the Lake Lanier area, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources is urging boat owners to CLEAN, DRAIN and DRY their boats, and be aware … more
Federal officials have approved Georgia’s plan to extend Medicaid coverage for low-income new mothers in the state, Gov. Brian Kemp’s office announced Wednesday.The plan will lengthen the … more
CHATSWORTH -- Murray County DFCS, along with Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, recognizes the importance of community-based support for all children and families during National Child Abuse Prevention … more
Thirty-three people ate their lunch at the Charles Judy Poag Senior Center in Chatsworth on Monday. It was the first time the center was open to the public in more than a year, due to the COVID-19 … more
Marcus Flowers made up his mind to run for Congress on Jan. 6, after watching pro-Trump protesters storm the U.S. Capitol. “I said to myself then, somebody has got to stand up,” said … more
The job title hasn’t been decided yet, but Barry Gentry is now overseeing day-to-day operations at the Murray County Chamber of Commerce. Gentry, 57, has been in the “chamber … more
Chatsworth Elementary School is the first school in the United States to be certified for “excellence in science education” by the International Science Teaching Foundation. The school … more
The 7th annual Tear Drop Half Marathon will cascade down Fort Mountain on Sunday.Race organizer Sean Pfister said there will be three races, a half-marathon, a 10-K and 5-K.Anyone interested in … more
DALTON – Beginning this month, all parents of babies born at Hamilton Medical Center (HMC) will take home a “Talk With Me Baby” book. HMC is participating in Talk With Me Baby, a … more
Are you a Georgian aged 16 or older? Then come on down to a limited walk-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic where no appointment is needed. These limited no-appointment walk-up clinics will be conducted by … more
ATLANTA - Students at Georgia’s 26 public colleges and universities won’t be hit with a tuition increase this fall for the second year in a row.The University System of Georgia (USG) … more
Easter Sundays are supposed to be about faith, family and fellowship. But Easter Sunday 2020 in Murray County will always be remembered for something entirely different. It was before 10 p.m. on … more
(This is the second in a series of stories written by Mark Millican about Murray County residents who lost their lives in Vietnam.) On leave in Hong Kong after the first six months of his tour in … more
WALESKA -- Reinhardt’s Board of Trustees appointed Mark A. Roberts, Ph.D., as the 21st President of Reinhardt University. Roberts assumed his role on April 7, 2021."The Board of Trustees … more
ATLANTA - Tax collections in Georgia rose a modest 3.7% last month, as the state Department of Revenue accelerated the processing of refunds following a delay in February that sent tax revenues … more
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