Georgia Farm Bureau President Gerald Long joined Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black this week in assessing the damage from Hurricane Matthew in South Georgia.
Thursday evening, the City of Reidsville held a specially-called meeting to address concerns that a newly-formed ethics committee, created to oversee complaints brought against...
In the spring of 2014, grassroots candidate Lee Burton gave longtime incumbent Greg Morris a run for his money on the campaign trail. The Toombs County native-born in Metter came within striking distance, losing by just 71 votes and taking both home counties - Toombs and Montgomery - after being outspent nearly 10-1. Burton spent just over $14,000 while Morris topped $160,000.
Last week, Congressman Rick Allen (R-Ga.-12) introduced legislation to prohibit the Internal Revenue Service from using funds to target citizens who exercise their First Amendment rights
The concerns stem from a check issued from the City of Wadley’s General Fund. The check, issued in December of 2015, relates to two asbestos inspections by a company out of Thomson, but both parcels are owned by private individuals, not the City of Wadley.
A former south Georgia mayor has been arrested after authorities say she filed false documents to receive free legal representation.
Last month, controversy spun in Reidsville after two council members took it upon themselves to have the Sons of Confederate Veterans signs removed from...
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