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The city of Hogansville voted during Tuesday’s council meeting to build around the historic marker honoring former postmaster Isaiah Lofton, who lived through an assassination attempt in 1897.
A Nov. 2 election for the Flowery Branch mayor’s seat and three City Council posts was given final approval Thursday, Nov. 21, by the Flowery Branch City Council.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms addressed the City of Atlanta’s spike in violent crimes, including gang and gun violence, during her first press conference of the year on January 21, 2021.
A contractor hit a gas line near the hospital Tuesday but the line was quickly repaired, City Manager Pete Pyrzenski reported during the city council's regular session.
Thomasville's top cop and the city's fire chief joined forces in a different way Wednesday morning.
The city of Hogansville recently rolled out an incentive program for its employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The City of Blackshear may file suit against Pierce County Sheriff Ramsey Bennett for breach of contract regarding an ongoing dispute over fees charged to the city for inmate housing at the county jail.
City employees will return to more working at home as the staff, as has much of the community and nation, been affected by the spike in novel coronavirus cases.
Tifton City Council has extended the citywide mask mandate Tuesday night during the January regular session.
Tamara Haase was present at the Downtown Development Authority’s (DDA) regular meeting Monday to present her initial rendering of the Welcome Mural to authority board members.
Augusta government may be headed for another spike in COVID-19 cases, with 29 in the first week of January.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers isn’t backing down from plans to demolish the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam. Plaintiffs in the lawsuit – who include the state of South Carolina and city of Augusta – contend the WIIN Act requires the water level behind the lock and dam remain as it was when the act passed.
A vote to include hobby farms in the Unified Land Development Code has been pushed back to February.
With $13,000 of federal Coronavirus Relief Fund money, the city of Statesboro is working with Feed the Boro to supply some free groceries to area families in need through monthly Saturday morning drive-thru distributions in January, February and March.
There is a strong belief that having more people downtown would lead to more businesses.
The Atlanta Fire Rescue Department has a new fire chief.
The Chattahoochee River 911 Authority (ChatComm), the 911 call center for the cities of Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Dunwoody, and Brookhaven, is located in Sandy Springs, but its backup center is about 12 miles away in Alpharetta.
In February 2000, a documentary crew with a national news agency interviewed members of Oconee Citizens for Responsible Growth, a grassroots effort to stop unwanted sprawl and development.
Gainesville City Council voted Tuesday, Jan. 19, to set the Nov. 2 election for the Gainesville mayor’s seat, two City Council and two board of education seats.
A popular litter-tracking app might just be the key for the Rome-Floyd Litter and Blight Task Force to motivate the community to pick up litter and clean up an area.
It’s almost Mardi Gras, which means it’ll soon be Fasching time in Helen.
Brunswick city commissioners unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday declaring the Oglethorpe Conference Center “infeasible.”
More than one out of three Helen short-term rental operations reviewed in a city audit have not been paying hotel/motel tax.
There is a strong belief among elected officials and business leaders that Brunswick’s waterfront is prime for development to help spur the ongoing renaissance downtown.
Last call could come a little earlier at Albany’s bars and nightclubs under new alcohol ordinance provisions under consideration by the Albany City Commission.
A federal grant will help expand a program aimed at reducing the number of repeat offenders appearing in Albany Municipal Court.
As part of the city of Dalton's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the area, the city will be serving meals to residents who live in low-income Census tracts near the John Davis Recreation Center and the Mack Gaston Community Center.
Rome’s Downtown Development Authority adopted a work program for 2021 Thursday that includes taking better advantage of vacant storefronts, creating a more welcoming environment and improving communication of downtown initiatives.
The bells above Savannah City Hall's gold dome tolled 27 times at sunset on Tuesday, about once for every 10 COVID deaths in Chatham County, which number 264.
A new mixed-use apartment complex is headed for the 1100 block of Greene Street.
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