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Ronald Whitten, a licensed clinical social worker, is excited about the idea of being a patient in a “medical home.’’

A medical home, in this context, is not a residential institution. It’s...

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will sign a controversial gun bill Wednesday in Ellijay at a ceremony and luncheon that’s expected to attract many supporters and double as a Second Amendment rally....

A Republican candidate for Middle Georgia’s state Senate District 18 has a name that’s provoking double-takes: John F. Kennedy.

When his friend Sallie Barker introduced him at a recent...

One of the candidates at the top of the Georgia GOP’s ticket this year is 71 years old. That’s Governor Nathan Deal. He faces a 38-year-old Democratic challenger, Jason Carter. And in the...

Education will continue to be on the front lines this fall in Georgia. And not only because it’s at the center of the gubernatorial race.

Georgia will be implementing a new mandatory...

A campaign event April 16 turned into a screaming match as Republican gubernatorial candidate and former Dalton Mayor David Pennington held a news conference inside the state Capitol.

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Georgia insurers received more than 220,000 applications for health coverage in the Affordable Care Act’s exchange as of the official federal deadline of March 31, state officials said Wednesday...

Armstrong Atlantic State University won’t have that name much longer. Georgia’s Board of Regents approved a request Wednesday to drop the word “Atlantic” from the Savannah college’s name.

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The Federal Trade Commission on Monday requested 60 days beyond a previous deadline to decide whether to sign off on its 2013 antitrust settlement with an Albany hospital system.

Monday was...

Some call it the “guns everywhere” bill, but it does not quite cover everything.

Legislators passed “The Safe Carry Protection Act” in the final hours of this year’s legislative session....

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