In the House, the nine GOP representatives from Georgia opposed the continuing resolution Wednesday that raised the debt limit for the federal government.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle made brief stops at all three Albany institutions of higher education on Wednesday as he swept through southwest Georgia on a meet and greet of business and educational leaders.
Workers from MCLB who were recalled earlier this week will see retroactive pay on their next paychecks, officials at the base say.
Tax collections in the state were up significantly in September compared to a year ago, as year-to-date revenue collections in Georgia in FY 2014 continued to exceed the year-to-day collections for the same period in FY 2013.
Board votes 7-0 to use GSBA in search for Butch Mosely replacement
For the third time in four weeks, metro Albany leads off the week with the best average price at the gas pump.
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston attended a fundraiser in Lee County Wednesday in support of state Rep. Ed Rynders re-election campaign.
One physician based out of Americus and another based in Albany were featured in Georgia Trend’s most recent 40 Under 40 selection.
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A deputy warden at Wilcox State Prison has been promoted to warden of Calhoun State Prison in Morgan effective Tuesday.
Scores on the SAT college entrance exam for Georgia’s high school graduating class held steady this year, mirroring the nation, data released Thursday by the College Board show.
A forum presented by state Sen. Freddie Powell Sims, District 12, presented a forum featuring Pamela Roshell from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to discuss the Affordable Care Act in relation to the market place.
A multi-county car chase that originated in Macon on Monday ended nearly 100 miles later and included a trip through in a Worth County pecan orchard.
An escapee from the Terrell County Correctional Institute enjoyed a brief taste of freedom Monday night — three hours to be exact.
The University of Georgia Tifton campus’ recipe for a successful academic program combines three ingredients: small class sizes, a hands-on learning approach and world-class scientists. The result is an academic program that appeals to individuals vying for top employment opportunities in agriculture.
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