A Temple woman who fired shots in another car during a road rage incident has been indicted on multiple charges.
A faith-based addiction recovery program planning a new facility in Chattooga County, Georgia, is being sued for wrongful death after one of its residents committed suicide in April of last year.
Leaders from the University of West Georgia and Georgia Highlands College (GHC) recently signed a partnership agreement that will provide a streamlined path for psychology students between the two institutions.
ATLANTA — Georgia’s population increased between July 2020 and July 2021, according to annual data from the Census Bureau. The state’s 2021 population was roughly 10.8 million, an increase of almost 74,000 residents, or about 0.7%, over 2020.
ATLANTA — Ocmulgee Electric Membership Corp. (EMC) announced plans Tuesday to launch a fiber-optic network that will provide high-speed internet service to customers in five Middle Georgia counties.
SMYRNA — Allies of Republican Gov. Brian Kemp attacked Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams Wednesday as supporting the “defund the police” movement that gained traction two years ago following the murder of a Black man by a Minneapolis police officer.
A proposal by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to eliminate menthol cigarettes will save lives and reduce health disparities, especially among Black Americans, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Dr. Giridhar Mallya said.
The route for Douglasville’s Fourth of July Parade on Monday will be a little different this year due to construction in the downtown area.
A new study shows the University of West Georgia contributed more than $626.7 million to the local, regional, and state economy between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021. This represents an increase of nearly $400,000 over the previous year, as the university continues to make a significant ec…
Villa Rica will be one of three Georgia cities to be presented with a GAZA award next month during the upcoming conference of the Georgia Association of Zoning Administrators.
ATLANTA — Georgians now have easier access to information about their government, thanks to a small-but-mighty team working behind the scenes to present data to the public.
District 4 County Commissioner Ann Jones Guider is asking the Board of Commissioners to look into capping fees the probate judge can pocket.
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.
ATLANTA — The director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), Vic Reynolds, is leaving the law enforcement post for a judgeship in Cobb County, Gov. Brian Kemp announced on Friday.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Supreme Court reversed the conviction of Justin Ross Harris for murder and cruelty charges related to the death of his young son, Cooper, in a hot car in 2014.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Supreme Court Thursday considered whether children in temporary custody can receive routine immunizations over their parents’ objections, though recent changes to state policy may make the case moot.
A social media post from the Douglas County Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department created an unwanted firestorm of criticism towards the Board of Commissioners.
ATLANTA — Georgia is home to three of the nation’s 100 dirtiest power plants, the Atlanta-based Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center reported Monday.
Hiring experts say companies must change their business models to attract and retain employees as businesses continue to recover from the pandemic.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioner will discus awarding a bid to Integrated Construction and Nobility for renovations to Bill Arp and Fairplay Parks.