Funding from the Department of Energy will be used to ensure Black Georgians have equal access to the state's growing electric transportation networks and industry.
A lifeguard shortage is affecting about a third of public pools nationwide. Cities across Georgia are rolling out benefits to incentivize more people to become lifeguards.
Albany Civil Rights icon Charles Sherrod is being remembered as a fearless leader who inspired generations of South Georgians.
The health care system, city commissioners and the city's historic review board have been at odds for weeks.
The city's historic preservation board is fighting a health system's plans for an old school building.
The 89-year-old Theatre Albany, a Southwest Georgia landmark, is getting a new manager and a new direction.
The Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade came during a symposium of maternal health experts on Mercer’s Macon Campus. Reactions by attendees were mixed.
The two Republicans vying to replace Democratic Rep. Sanford Bishop in Georgia’s 2nd Congressional District sparred over which was the true conservative or even a real Georgian in their debate Monday.
The new collection of bookable stays is meant in part to raise awareness of the history and present-day needs of Black farmers.
It's considered the "spine" of a larger rail trail system in South Georgia. But the 13-mile Albany-Sasser link has been halted by funding and legal challenges.
The University System of Georgia has decided not to pursue plans to rename dozens of buildings and colleges named for historical figures associated with racism. The board voted Monday not to accept the recommendations of an advisory board headed by Albany State University President Marion Fedrick formed in June of last year to explore the issue.
Four mass vaccination sites are opening in Georgia in areas targeted to help high-risk populations.
You may be ready for the coronavirus vaccine. You may know someone who decidedly is not ready. How do you begin a meaningful conversation about that?
On this edition of Political Rewind, we focused on Georgia’s communities and how they are faring during these difficult times.
With 82% of Georgia's critical care beds now in use, health systems across the state say they're quickly nearing capacity as cases of COVID-19 continue...