Seath Hudson said his older brother, Scot, loved every person who came through the doors at Hudson’s Hickory House.
The Prayer Center of West Georgia assembled a collection of clergyman, business leaders, judges and medical professionals to help observe the National Day of Prayer on Thursday.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation Wednesday allowing restaurants to sell curbside takeaway alcoholic beverages and distillers to sell liquor on their premises in Georgia.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation Thursday allowing student athletes at Georgia colleges, universities and technical colleges to receive compensation for the use of their name, image and likeness.
Few people could have predicted that Georgia would end up playing such a pivotal role in the 2020 presidential and senate elections. Even the University of West Georgia’s Dr. Karen Owen, a regular commentator and panelist on NPR’s “Political Rewind,” was a bit surprised.
When Casey Bethel taught in high school, he always started each semester by putting a seed on the desk of each of his new students.
More candidates threw their hats in the ring Tuesday to run for top offices in Georgia’s 2022 elections including secretary of state and a suburban Atlanta congressional district.
The Douglas County government said the EF-1 tornado that touched down along Kings Highway on Monday hit so quickly there wasn’t time to activate tornado sirens.
The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Douglas County late Monday morning as storms ripped through the area leaving a path of downed trees and power lines.
Georgia election officials are still trying to understand all of the implications of the state’s controversial election overhaul since it passed in this year’s legislative session.
An Atlanta man was arrested Thursday in connection with a robbery incident that occurred in the parking lot of the Walmart in Villa Rica just over one year ago.
The city of Douglasville was recently awarded a $160,000 Livable Centers Initiative grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission to help streamline several existing projects.
With COVID-19 vaccination numbers taking a dip, public health officials said reaching those reluctant to get the shot is the next phase in combating the virus.
GreyStone Power was named the Business Partner of the Year in partnership with the Paulding College and Career Academy at an awards ceremony hosted by Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan.
ATLANTA — First-time unemployment claims in Georgia fell last week, mirroring a nationwide trend as more Americans thrown out of work by the coronavirus pandemic get back on the job.
ATLANTA — The Georgians most likely to benefit from Medicaid expansion are the same low-income workers who have done the most to prop up the state’s economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
Marking his 100th day in office, President Joe Biden swung through metro Atlanta Thursday to highlight Georgia’s pivotal role in securing his election and easing passage of his legislative priorities.
A total of 323 graduating seniors from across Georgia — including 10 from Douglas County — have been recognized as 2021 Georgia Scholars, State School Superintendent Richard Woods announced today.
Work on a new bridge on Post Road over Dog River in west Douglas County won’t be completed for close to another two months, a county official said Wednesday.
About 34 drivers were arrested on street racing charges early Sunday morning as the Douglas Counts Sheriff’s Office assisted other agencies in stopping the activity in a local parking lot.
Stone Mountain could see changes around the park’s controversial Confederate carving and other symbols under proposals expected to face votes next month.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners is offering COVID-19 relief financial assistance to Douglas County small businesses. The Douglas County COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide small business grants in the amount of $2,500 on a first come, first served basis. The funds will be administere…
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution to submit transportation projects to Congressman David Scott’s office for consideration for federal funding.
Thousands of Georgians suffering from serious health conditions could see some relief by the end of this year. The process to deliver low-THC oil to registered patients in Georgia, already in the works for several years, is closer to being completed.
Former U.S. Rep. Doug Collins announced Monday he will not run for any office in the 2022 election cycle, ending speculation over potential bids for top statewide seats.
A former Douglas County Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) admitted to taking prescription opioids from a patient’s house earlier this year, an internal affairs investigation revealed.
When Elena Hudson’s new food truck — The Hud — rolled into Douglasville from the shop in Miami where it was custom built, her grandfather, Buford, couldn’t wait to take a look.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners and the county’s development authority held a called meeting Friday morning to make sure they were on the same page as they fight off Foxhall’s attempt to annex into a city outside of the county.
While jury trials were put on hold because of the pandemic, new Douglas County District Attorney E. Dalia Racine was busy making changes to her department.
Gov. Brian Kemp has signed into law several bills on taxes, time change and teacher retention that the General Assembly passed in the 2021 legislative session.