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Brandon Smith is often asked how people can tell if their boss doesn’t like them.
Architect Eric Meyerhoff and his business partner persuaded the city of Savannah to preserve and restore its historic riverfront in the 1970s. The more than $7 million project was completed in 1977.
Federal officials are endorsing a plan to use loud underwater blasts to look for oil and natural gas off the Atlantic coast.
The plan calls for some protections for endangered right whales that give birth in Georgia and Florida waters.
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Former Bibb County School Superintendent Romain Dallemand repeatedly violated school board policy by ordering more than $26 million in technology equipment and services without required, prior approval from the board, according to a 2013 audit of the school system.
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The editor of Middle Georgia’s Spanish language newspaper has a new radio show that is giving listeners a fresh rhythm.
TuRitmo, which means rhythm in Spanish, debuted Jan. 2.
Monday, so-called Crossover Day, will be one of the longest days of the 2014 legislative session at the Gold Dome. Lawmakers will be debating bills from mid-morning until possibly as late as midnight to decide what measures have a shot at becoming law this year.
Georgia is on track to adopt a law that would allow guns into places that have always been off-limits to firearms.
If the Safe Carry Protection Act passes, Georgia will join a short but growing list of states that are allowing guns at more and more places.
Savannah community leaders are planning a cleanup project Saturday to improve sanitary conditions at two homeless camps located beneath local overpasses.
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The lifestyle of the homeless is rugged and unforgiving.
While Macon has several shelters that are open during the day, only one—the Salvation Army—lets people sleep overnight. And with only a couple dozen beds available, lots of people end up in the elements.
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Georgia's Attorney General will appoint a special prosecutor to look into concerns about spending at Bibb County schools. Outside auditors say the district's now-former superintendent Romain Dallemand spent $26 million without prior school board approval.
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