Mon., May 13, 2013 5:00am
State officials and Governor Nathan Deal are scheduled to tour Georgia to educate boaters about new laws scheduled to take effect May 15.
Mon., May 6, 2013 4:47am
Governor Deal is set to sign major legislation Monday morning at the State Capitol. He has just two days left to sign new bills into law. Two yet-unsigned measures involve ethics reform.
Tue., April 23, 2013 4:21pm
The bill signing took place at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta where doctors advise 20 to 30,000 children with concussions or other brain injuries each year.
Wed., April 17, 2013 7:48pm
Gov. Nathan Deal says top state officials are staying in close contact with federal authorities investigating the Boston bombings and now suspicious letters sent to federal officials.
Wed., April 10, 2013 4:24pm
The President's budget proposes $1.2 million for Savannah harbor expansion. That's a small fraction of the project's $650 million total cost and the $100 million that state officials were expecting in the budget documents presented Wednesday. States are racing to deepen their harbors for bigger ships.
Wed., April 3, 2013 3:15pm
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson was in Savannah Wednesday to update port officials on the progress of federal funding for the Savannah harbor expansion project. Earlier in the week, he attended the Atlanta Braves opening day with Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed. On the prospect of port funding, he was loaded with baseball metaphors.
Mon., April 1, 2013 4:36am
The State Archives is in the process of moving from the Secretary of State’s control to the University System of Georgia.
Tue., March 19, 2013 4:42pm
The National Republican Committee this week released a report laying out a path forward after losing the presidential race. Georgia republicans are also ready to re-focus in an effort to win the White House.
Thu., March 7, 2013 7:40pm
The governor is telling DeKalb County public school students he shares their concern about the district being in danger of losing accreditation, and pledges the state will do everything it can to make sure they get into college.
Mon., March 4, 2013 7:52pm
A federal judge's ruling allows for the governor's suspension of two-thirds of the school board members in a suburban Atlanta district to move forward, although legal questions remain. U.S. District Judge Richard Story issued an order Monday denying the request by the DeKalb County school district and the board chairman for a preliminary injunction.