Under the banner of giving “change that counts,” the new signage campaign uses QR codes to raise funds for local day centers.
Workers have begun loading radioactive fuel into a second new nuclear reactor in Georgia. Georgia Power Co. and co-owners said Thursday that they are transferring fuel into Unit 4 at Plant Vogtle, southeast of Augusta.
Attempts to break up some of Georgia's judicial circuits have hinged upon the argument that judges have high caseloads, and creating smaller circuits could ease their burden. But a new look at several of these attempts highlights some of the possible racial motivations behind drawing new lines.
A new reactor at a nuclear power plant in Georgia has entered commercial operation. Georgia Power Co. announced Monday that Unit 3 at Plant Vogtle, southeast of Augusta, has completed testing and is now sending power to the grid reliably.
Federal regulators have approved plans to load radioactive fuel into a second new nuclear reactor in Georgia. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Friday that Georgia Power Co. and its co-owners can begin loading fuel into unit 4 at Plant Vogtle, southeast of Augusta.
With Georgia schools opening in the coming weeks, U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona spent two days in Atlanta and Augusta discussing classroom issues, including what he called the "toxic disrespect of educators."
"If the Children’s Hospital of Georgia would like to be a place of wellness and healing, it should provide only affordable, plant-based options that can help people prevent diabetes, reduce high blood pressure and maintain a healthy weight, among other benefits," according to registered dietitians, doctors and nutrition experts with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
Commercial operation of a new reactor at a Georgia nuclear power plant has been delayed for at least another month. Georgia Power Co. said Friday that Unit 3 at Plant Vogtle has a problem in the hydrogen system that cools its electrical generator.
MCG could enroll 40 more students per year once the campus is open.
Electricity bills for Georgia Power Co. customers will be going up 12% beginning in June. Georgia's elected public service commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved the boost to make up for the higher cost of fuel.
Former Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver has been diagnosed with cancer. But he's campaigning for a cure and "excited" for the future.
The Army's training hub in Georgia is now officially called Fort Moore. The Army completed a name change Thursday that's been a year in the making at the base known previously as Fort Benning.
Atlanta's ozone pollution is the fourth worst of cities in the Southeast. The Lung Association uses data from 2019 to 2021 in its 2023 report.
Jon Rahm slipped into the green jacket on Sunday to wrap up a memorable Masters. It began with questions about how LIV Golf players and their PGA Tour counterparts would get along and was played through searing heat and humidity early, driving rain and frigid temperatures later.
The Augusta-based Children's Hospital of Georgia will hire a social worker who will support patients and their families. Money will also help pay their travel expenses to treatment.