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President Donald Trump tried to assert executive power by signing four actions on coronavirus relief Saturday, one of which will provide as much as $400 in enhanced unemployment benefits after Democrats and the White House were unable to reach an agreement on a stimulus bill this week.

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ALBANY – The twinkle in the eyes of students and parents left no doubt that there were smiles under the mandatory facial coverings as Sherwood Christian Academy opened for in-person education on Friday.

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ATLANTA — Georgia’s electric membership corporations (EMCs) will play a major role in expanding broadband service in rural Georgia under legislation Gov. Brian Kemp has signed into law.

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ATLANTA — The state of Georgia’s net tax collections for July 2020, including the recurring monthly tax collections for July and Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-related tax collections delayed by deferral of the April 15 tax filing deadline to July 15, totaled approximately $3.10 billion.

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ALBANY — The Albany Area Crime Stoppers Most Wanted Fugitive this week is Berrick Montez Redding.

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After Kenneth Bloom retired from a career in the grocery business, he didn't stray far. The 61-year-old focused on delivering groceries for Instacart, a role he'd been doing as a side-gig before retirement. The work gave him more flexibility, a source of income to supplement his pension, and…

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ALBANY — My photography needs are great, so I spend hours trying to photograph events, family and nature. Living in a rural setting, nature abounds. So with camera in hand, I photograph it. For several years we have seen tracks on our property but very few animals. This year the white-tailed…

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ATLANTA — The Democratic Party of Georgia filed a lawsuit this week to force Georgia election officials to take steps to cut down long lines at voting precincts ahead of the Nov. 3 general election.

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ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp, in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, announced a strong start to the first month of fiscal year 2021, as the state attracted new investment projects. In the month of July, Georgia announced roughly $574 million in new investments and …

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On March 2, Wendy's finally launched its highly anticipated breakfast menu nationwide. Then, two weeks later, the morning commute basically collapsed because of lockdown measures encouraging people to work from home.

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ALBANY — By all standards of measure the “virtual” Knobby Knees Music Festival, held June 28 in the Q-102 radio studio inside Pretoria Fields Brewery due to concerns related to the coronavirus, was a rousing success.

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