The school cafeteria has long been portrayed as a place where students gather during lunch for camaraderie with friends or to face off against foes.
State House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams is “exploring” a run for governor. She will meet with Southwest Georgians at a barbecue at Chehaw park on June 3.
U.S. lawmakers who represent Southwest Georgia say America will continue to stand staunchly with its ally Great Britain in the wake of the deadly terrorist suicide attack Monday night at a crowded concert venue in Manchester, England.
Georgia will receive nearly $400,000 of an $18.5 million settlement that it, 46 states and the District of Columbia have reached with Target Corp. over the company’s data breach in 2013 that compromised consumers’ personal information.
Ken Hodges, who brings 25 years of experience handling both civil and criminal cases, is seeking a seat on the Georgia Court of Appeals in a nonpartisan election next year.
Constant drinking of sugary liquid caused lab animals to quickly become resistant to an important appetite control hormone even faster than eating a high-fat diet, a situation that could be completely reversed by taking them off the liquid, research at Augusta University found.
A Colquitt County man who faces the death penalty if convicted of fatally shooting five acquaintances and setting their house on fire in May 2016 made his first court appearance on Friday.
The Georgia High School Association executive committee upheld Lee County’s 5-3 Game 2 semifinal win over Johns Creek High School, which had appealed the controversial Wednesday loss that eliminated Johns Creek from the state baseball playoffs.