The Democratic Party of Georgia filed a lawsuit Thursday to force Georgia election officials to take steps to cut down long lines at voting precincts ahead of the Nov. 3 general election.
ATLANTA — First-time unemployment claims in Georgia fell by 11,053 last week to 73,931, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation Wednesday tightening rules on third-party companies that play a role in negotiating pharmaceutical drug prices between insurers and local pharmacies in Georgia.
ATLANTA — Georgia House Speaker David Ralston is asking Congress for $500 billion in aid to state governments suffering the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Carroll County has seen a decrease in the number of those hospitalized at Tanner Health System due to COVID-19 as well as a decrease in the countywide 7-day moving average number of cases.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI recovered approximately $40,000 worth of stolen property from a home in Bowdon after receiving a tip from a resident.
Georgia hospitals and businesses are set to gain new liability protections amid the COVID-19 pandemic through legislation Gov. Brian Kemp signed this week.
The University of West Georgia has announced three new pillars as a part of its strategic planning for the future of the university, which will be discussed at a virtual event next Tuesday.
Loralie Cowart, a senior at Carrollton High School, won the girls’ 2020 High School Golf National Invitational on Wednesday at the historic Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation Wednesday aimed at protecting police and other first responders from bias-motivated crimes in Georgia, capping a series of controversial moves by state Republican leaders that nearly derailed passage of a separate bill outlawing hate crimes.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp Wednesday vetoed four bills the General Assembly passed during the 2020 session, signed a fifth bill reluctantly and hinted he will call a special session of the legislature later this year.
ATLANTA — The state tax credits that have spurred the exponential growth of Georgia’s film industry will get added scrutiny under legislation Gov. Brian Kemp signed into law Tuesday.