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The suspension of jury trials imposed by the Supreme Court of Georgia is expected to be lifted as of March 10. The Superior Court of the Conasauga Judicial Circuit, Murray and Whitfield Counties, … more
ATLANTA – A trio of bills aimed at separating Georgia school sports teams between children assigned male or female at birth have cropped up in the General Assembly, sparking backlash from LGBTQ … more
ATLANTA - The General Assembly is considering giving Georgians trying to cope with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic some tax relief.Legislation raising the standard deduction allowed … more
ABINGDON, VA  – Food City officials recently named Eddie Neely as the company’s new Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Neely is a seasoned business professional with … more
Senate Bill 241 - Omnibus Elections Bill America is a country founded on the principles of democracy, freedom, and equality. One of our most sacred rights is the ability to vote and participate in … more
ATLANTA -- “Since their inception, the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) has believed that waivers granted to Charter and Strategic Waiver School Systems have actually been a hindrance and … more
Pictured are five generations of Viola Jane Pellom’s family: (Seated) John William Pellom and Viola Jane, with baby Emmett Scott England; (standing) Noah Jarrett England and Tonya Marie Free. … more
Steve Young considers himself a “professional walker.” Young, on the last leg of his latest trek around the United States, stopped off in Murray County last week for a brief respite. … more
ATLANTA - The state will distribute more than $552 million in federal coronavirus relief aid to landlords and tenants affected by the pandemic, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Friday. “The effects … more
Chatsworth Healthcare Center staged a balloon release in honor of former residents lost to the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday. Residents, their family members and staff attended. Pam Dixon (standing) … more
Compiled by Jimmy EspyWe all need a good laugh now and then. Here are some facts about the people and things who make us giggle:* The Roman emperor Elagabalus was reported to be a fan of the whoopee … more
ATLANTA – The Department of Human Services (DHS) and the Department of Public Health (DPH) are joining efforts to ensure vulnerable seniors get access to the COVID-19 vaccine. DPH, DHS and … more
ATLANTA – Effective Thursday, several improvements have been made to the COVID-19 Daily Status Report on the Georgia Department of Public Health’s (DPH) website. These changes are … more
Georgia officials have launched a new website to pre-register for COVID-19 vaccine appointments and are poised to open four mass vaccination sites in different parts of the state, Gov. Brian Kemp … more
ABINGDON, VA. – February 22 was recently declared national Supermarket Employee Day. FMI - The Food Industry Association proclaimed the day to recognize employees at every level for the work … more
ATLANTA – Craig Landolt was sworn in on Friday as Georgia’s newest State Fire Marshal by Deputy Commissioner for Safety Fire Mark Revenew at a socially distanced ceremony in front of … more
ATLANTA – Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and the State Election Board sent another batch Wednesday of alleged voting violations to prosecutors after hearing what investigators … more
People don’t always arrive on happiness’ doorstep one day like the ending of a cheesy romance movie. Years can pass before a wounded person heals from injury or tragedy, but sometimes … more
Murray County taxpayers on March 16 will have the opportunity to vote on extending the current 1 percent sales tax for education. The current E-SPLOST will expire on June 30, 2022. If voters … more
On Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m., Scouts from Pack and Troop 73 will revisit several area subdivisions in Chatsworth-Murray County to collect food donations for a local food bank. Last weekend, … more
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