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Polls will be open at the Murray County Recreation Center from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Tuesday as voters decide if they want five more years of a 1-percent special purpose local options sales tax … more
  ATLANTA – The State of Georgia received $552 million from U.S. Treasury's Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program to provide relief to individuals, families, and landlords … more
The Georgia Senate has struck down a measure aimed at hiking salaries for members of the General Assembly as well as several other top state officials.The bill, sponsored by Sen. Valencia Seay, … more
ATLANTA – A major overhaul of Georgia’s absentee voting system and other election changes brought by Republican lawmakers passed in the state Senate Monday by a party-line vote, sparking … more
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- The Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD), along with wildlife agencies across the U.S., is urging both pet and aquarium stores and aquarium … more
ATLANTA - The Georgia Senate passed a constitutional amendment Friday asking voters statewide to decide whether to legalize online sports betting.Senators voted 41-10 to approve the measure, three … more
ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp’s $27.2 billion fiscal 2022 state budget cleared the Georgia House of Representatives Friday after lawmakers earmarked $58 million to boost mental health services.The … more
WALESKA -- The Funk Heritage Center’s Buffington Gallery is home to the stories of Cherokee natives that lived locally in North Georgia during the early nineteenth century. Just over a … more
  Murray County voters will go to the polls on March, 16 to decide if they want to continue the 1 percent special option sales tax (SPLOST) they currently pay for schools. The current … more
Legislation allowing undocumented students to pay in-state tuition for Georgia public colleges and universities cleared a major hurdle in the General Assembly on Thursday.The House Higher Education … more
Local schools in Georgia are gearing up to give teachers and staff doses of COVID-19 vaccine starting next week using a mix of on-campus curbside administration, large-scale distribution events and … more
ATLANTA - Legislation to no longer count student discipline as a factor in a five-star rating system for schools and school districts cleared the Georgia Senate Wednesday.The bill passed 39-12 and … more
Five more mass COVID-19 vaccine sites are set to open in Georgia later this month as teachers and school workers land on the eligibility list March 8, Gov. Brian Kemp said on Wednesday.The additional … more
Lane Smith has set two big life goals for himself and he’s already completed one. Not bad for a 16-year-old high school junior. Smith, 16, is the author of a self-published 432-page novel … more
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
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