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The Center for Public Integrity has released its 2015 report on state government accountability, and Georgia didn’t receive high marks.

The state came in 24th in the U.S. according to the...

Georgia could be getting a third deepwater port under a new proposal. The company Port of St. Mary’s LLC has applied for a zoning change at a former paper mill in St. Mary’s. The application aims...

The first thing you need to know about Lucille Perry is that she has a great laugh. The second thing is that she works…a lot.

“I got here at 7:00 A.M., and I’ll leave at 4:30 P.M. I have to...

Earlier this week, voters in metro Atlanta's Dekalb County shot down the referendum that would have created the city of LaVista Hills, but some residents say they didn’t get a chance to vote....

Two former sheriff's deputies face possible prison time when they're sentenced for crimes in the stun gun-related death of a 21-year-old jail detainee.

A Chatham County Superior Court...

If you’ve been to the Georgia coast, there’s a good chance you’ve tasted it: the delicious mix of shrimp, sausage, corn and more known as Lowcountry Boil. It’s always a filling meal, but on...

Erica Backus, director of public relations for Visit Savannah, and Clinton Edminster, executive director of ...

Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz stadium–the future home of the Falcons—is set to host the 2018 NCAA College Football Playoff.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Atlanta beat out Miami,...

A Georgia death row inmate scheduled to die later this month now has a clemency hearing.

The Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles set a Nov. 18 hearing for Marcus Ray Johnson. He’s...

After a whirlwind campaign season, Elections are over in Savannah... for now.
Most incumbents managed to hold on to their positions despite all the seats being contested. The mayor’s race is...

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