|September 28, 2012||Carrollton||66||Columbus||0|
|October 21, 2011||Carrollton||56||Columbus||14|
|October 22, 2010||Carrollton||63||Columbus||0|
We are right at the halfway mark of the high school football season and it's time for my thoughts on the first half of the year. First up, there are some very very good football teams in Class 6A. Top-ranked North Gwinne...
Public libraries have been preparing themselves for what many believe could be a surge in visitors as online health insurance exchanges open under the Affordable Care Act. “In large swaths of Georgia, the only place you can get free internet is at your public library,” said Alan Harkness, director of the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries in Columbus.
Please click on each event for more detailed information.Monday, September 30th
Our show Fast Forward visited the electrical wire company
Georgia's medium-sized cities aren't entirely on their own when it comes to enrollment help under the Affordable Care Act. Federal health navigator grants went to organizations based either in Metro Atlanta or in Georgia's smallest communities. Places in the middle, such as Savannah and Columbus, weren't part of the recent award.
There are nineteen (19) career fairs, expos and seminars scheduled for the week of Monday, September 23 through Friday, September 27th. Please click on each event for more detailed information.