State and local officials from both sides of the aisle took turns shoveling ceremonial dirt Monday to celebrate the groundbreaking of Fulton County’s first publicly funded behavioral health crisis center.
Georgia is getting $2 million in federal funding to address lead in drinking water consumed by children.
A $25 million federal grant to fund a portion of the Atlanta BeltLine’s Northeast Trail could be a significant step in helping complete the massive urban revitalization project ahead of its 2030 deadline.
The State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) signed off Monday on two major highway improvement projects.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Going into his State of the Union speech, President Biden's approval rating was underwater in Georgia. With 2024 around the corner, our panel breaks down the appeals he made to Georgia's voters and where he might have fallen flat.
Gov. Brian Kemp is on a mission to make Georgia the undisputed electric vehicle capital of the nation. But the growing industry has also presented a number of challenges to state legislators and agency leaders this year.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is moving forward with a plan to replace the cables on the Talmadge Bridge in Savannah and raise the structure to more easily accommodate cargo ships calling at the Port of Savannah.
The federal government should give Georgia and other states more time to submit corrections to new maps that show where broadband service does not reach, Georgia’s congressional delegation urged in a letter Wednesday.
A joint study on the future of electric transportation in Georgia delivered a series of recommendations this week, but some proposals were tabled for legislators to decide on later.
Representatives of convenience stores asked Georgia lawmakers Wednesday to ensure the electric vehicle charging stations they build in the coming years can compete fairly with those owned by utilities.
Reducing five lanes to three on Atlanta's perimeter highway has the potential for "extreme delays" for local commuters and motorists going around Atlanta.
The Federal Highway Administration has approved Georgia’s plan for rolling out a network of electric vehicle charging stations, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is trying to find homes for historic bridges that have outlived their usefulness and need to be replaced.
Georgia has positioned itself on the ground floor of the electric-vehicle revolution and is poised for further growth as demand for EVs takes off, the state’s economic development chief said Wednesday.
Cities are experiencing heavier storms and flooding as the climate gets hotter. But due to outdated rainfall records, many are still building infrastructure for the climate of the past.