From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
In a fading Georgia town, a community recalls its dark past and faces a grim present. Stream it now on GPB.org.
Father's Day is just around the corner. It's a time to celebrate and reflect on how your dad or dads shaped your life — for better or for worse. But, have you thought about how you affected your father?
The 'Football Momma' that makes it happen at Pike County
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The grand experiment that was Georgia At Work is coming to an end, and I wanted to single out a few stories that deserve attention and thank you for being loyal readers.
One way to fight the gaping hole in the construction workforce is to introduce construction to students at an early age. Jeffrey "J" Prothero is doing just that with Toolbox.
Jeremy Whitaker was recently named Kennesaw Mountain High School's Teacher of the Year, and it's no question why once you get to speak with him.
The new positions will be in production, support, and administration, and if you feel you need extra skills to land one, we know where you can find help.
The grant was awarded to the agency by the Technical College System of Georgia and will go to helping Atlanta residents obtain new careers.
Clayton county residents need to know about the We Show Up program available to unemployed and underemployed citizens.
The cyber security company has partnered with Augusta Technical College to help create a skilled pipeline of cyber security professionals.
Apparently, the answer to the age-old question, “what does the Fox say?” has something to do with jobs and Georgia.
The newest campus in the TCSG portfolio is the blueprint for a modern technical college.
The Georgia Film Academy is a powerful option to gain experience needed for these roles.
A major manufacturing announcement in Swainsboro pairs well with a high-tech addition in Midtown.
The way we search for jobs has changed just as much as the way those looking for qualified applicants has changed. Here are some tips to help those who haven't had to search in a while.