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Mayors, sales taxes, and new cities are on the ballot, as voters across Georgia head to the polls Tuesday.

In Savannah, three candidates are challenging incumbent Mayor Edna Jackson. All...

Bibb County wins the latest round in a border dispute with Monroe County. The state Supreme Court Monday reversed a lower court ruling that favored Monroe County in where drawing the boundary in...

Look around your community. Have you seen some changes that have piqued your interest? Chances are if you’ve seen a new sign, a cleaner road or even some new marketing about how cool your city...

At the public opening of the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion visitors waited in line by the dozens to be escorted inside.

Traveling through midtown or Buckhead, they’re hard to miss – bright purple banners situated vertically along street posts that read “SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion.”

All signs point to the...

Details about why 13 year old Kaden Barefoot was charged as an adult with murder in the death of a sixteen year old boy are still scarce.

Houston County District Attorney George Hartwig is...

We’ve got hockey, a red-headed step child named Annie and Abbey Road in Macon!

Here with all the details are harpist Betsy Fitzgerald and Huffington Post film critic Jackie K. Cooper....

From another viral video of a white officer arresting a black child, to gun violence involving children in Warner Robins.....each week journalists Leah Fleming and the Telegraph's editorial page...

Neil Miller explains 3D modelling to a student in his 3D printing class at the Museum of Design Atlanta. (Sam Whitehead/GPB News)

3D printing has been used for years to solve all kinds of problems. Ford Motor Company has been using the technology since the 1980s for prototyping, and, recently, scientists have even used it to...

Carlon Smith proudly displays photos and awards of her grandchildren on a large black entertainment center in her living room.

She showed off scholastic awards given to her 13-year-old...

State officials are putting the brakes on $123 million dollars of road projects, due to uncertainty of federal funding.

The Georgia Department of Transportation was supposed to put those...

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