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ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday extended Georgia’s gas tax holiday through August 13. The General Assembly suspended the fuel tax in March as inflation began raising pump prices above $4 a … more
ATLANTA - After the overturning of Roe v. Wade a week ago by SCOTUS, House and Senate Minority Leaders James Beverly and Gloria Butler wrote an open letter to President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy … more
* Gov. Eugene Talmadge was set to announce his run for re-election at a political rally in Moultrie on July 4. His likely opponent, Ellis Arnall, was expected to announce his candidacy on a statewide … more
What are you doing this summer? If you have spare hours or days, consider stepping up to help your fellow veterans. Stand Downs are a good place to start.Stand Downs were started in California in … more
If you're on the other side of the fence -- able to donate to the food bank rather than visiting to use its services -- your local pantry can surely use your help. Running them is more complicated … more
On Monday, Ralph Painter will celebrate his 100th Fourth of July. However, there’s one Independence Day he distinctly can’t remember – in France in 1944, headed toward Nazi … more
The annual Christmas Parade in Chatsworth will take place on Saturday, Dec. 10, starting at 6 p.m.The parade was held during the week last year, a change from the traditional Saturday night … more
Chatsworth Fire Department officials will soon be joined by officers of the Chatsworth Police Department in their new offices.Fire Chief Mike Baxter and Deputy Fire Chief John Parker have been … more
Fifty fewer people were employed in Murray County in May than the previous month but the county’s employment numbers remain substantially improved over last year.Department of Labor statistics … more
The Murray County Cannery will be open from 8 a.m. until noon on the following dates:July 19-21July 25-28Aug. 1-4Aug. 8-9 (By appointment only) more
Murray County Commissioner Greg Hogan will hold a public meeting on Tuesday beginning at 9 a.m. in the Hearing Room of the Murray County Annex. The public is invited and encouraged to … more
On Jan. 22, 1973, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling known today as Roe vs. Wade. In this case it was determined that a Texas statute prohibiting abortion was unconstitutional … more
The Department of Veterans Affairs creates numerous programs to deal with homeless veteran populations -- and this is all well and good. But it's the individual homeless vet who can fall through the … more
ATLANTA - Georgia Power is asking the state Public Service Commission (PSC) for a rate hike of nearly 12% during the next three years, with the vast majority of the increase front-loaded into … more
ATLANTA - The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling on abortion Friday, heralding a new era for dealing with a controversial issue that has split the nation for decades.“The … more
ATLANTA - A second minority utility partner in the Plant Vogtle nuclear expansion is mounting an effort to cap its costs to complete the project.The Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia (MEAG … more
State awards teacher tax creditsATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Education has awarded the first teacher recruitment tax credits to 69 teachers from across the state.The General Assembly voted … more
DEAR PAW'S CORNER: I'm writing in regard to the person who "inherited" her relative's pets but is unable to keep them. While directly posting the pets for adoption on social media may not be a good … more
Weather cooperating, there will soon be plenty of fireworks in the skies over Murray County.Firework shows celebrating American independence will take place on Friday July 1 in Eton and Saturday, … more
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