The first meeting of the Polk Retired Educators Association (PREA) was kicked off by the new President, Andrea Sorrells, who discussed the plans for the new season.
The nation’s 39th president, who attended Georgia Southwestern State University from 1941-42, was recognized at a ceremony on institution’s Wheatley Administration Building Lawn, where GSW dedicated its new signature landmark — the Presidential Plaza — located at the main entrance to the campus.
People from all aspects of the food industry get an educational look and where peanuts come from and how they’re grown and researched at the three-day Georgia Peanut Tour.
A Cobb concert promoter was sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison Wednesday for conspiracy to distribute thousands of MDMA pills through raves and music festivals across the Southeast.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced that the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Global Commerce Division helped create a total of 30,309 new jobs during FY ‘17, generating a record-breaking $6.33 billion in investments.
After hurricanes Harvey and Irma sent gas prices to a three-year high in Georgia and neighboring states, the market is positioned to start a price decline as demand lessens, production recovers and winter-grade gas returns to the market.
Albany State University was recently ranked among the nation’s top Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the No. 1 public HBCU in the state of Georgia, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 list of top-ranked colleges and universities.
In the aftermath of Irma, a network of pastors in Houston has decided to reroute some of its donations to Florida. Other relief groups are scrambling to send aide and volunteers in both directions.