Back in December, with the deadline approaching for people to enroll for Jan. 1 coverage in the new insurance exchange, an event was scheduled to inform Greene County residents about the program.
There is a man visiting Macon for the next three weeks who has one of the most unusual job titles on earth.
Hunter Franks is a "creative interventionist."
Last month, Georgia Wo
Important bills are beginning to come to the floors of both chambers at the state Capitol, and the pace of business is picking up. Of course, there are only three legislative days left in this year’s session so it’s about time.
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Legislation to erect a granite monument of the Ten Commandments at Georgia’s state capitol is headed to Governor Nathan Deal’s desk.
In a recent survey con
Macon DJ Roger Riddle and Y-O Latimore of Poetic Peace Arts join us to talk about fun things to do in Middle Georgia over the weekend and beyond.
Roger's picks for March 13:
Stained Glass at the Grand
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Spring is the busiest
This month marks the 2
You'll be able to get green beer at bars in Savannah this Sunday, under a bill signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal on Thursday afternoon.
The new law allows bars to sell alcohol on Sunday during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday weekend, defined as March 16-18.
A new mixed-use develo
We told you Thursday that the pace of business at the State Capitol had quickened. That’s especially true in the scramble to push through controversial measures.
Lawmakers are grafting parts of those bills onto other pieces of legislation that would otherwise not draw much opposition.
Gov. Nathan Deal says Georgia will move on its own toward deepening the Savannah harbor as much as it legally can with the $652 million project stuck at the federal level in what he calls "regulatory purgatory."
The final phase of Savannah’s Harry S. Truman Parkway extension is opening to traffic at 10 a.m. Friday - two weeks after transportation officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate it.
Attending a networking
Accepting a great career opportunity sometimes means workers have to leave a position they’ve had for only a short time.
Consider this example from someone who reads Brandon Smith’s blog about working and career issues:
Sometimes people take
Rural health care may get a needed boost under a proposed regulation change that would allow a hospital to downsize its services, the commissioner of a Georgia health agency said Thursday.