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Protections are being sought by Georgia Senate Democrats against racial discrimination toward hair styles like braids, locks and twists.
Reinhardt unveiled its latest athletic program this past weekend with its men’s volleyball team competing for the first time in program history.
Residents of Ball Ground may soon see a slight reduction in their waste services rates after a new contract was approved by the city council.
Each of the three Cherokee County teams claimed at least one victory at the wrestling state dual championships in Macon this past weekend, and one program nearly claimed a title.
The owner of a closed Woodstock custom furniture retail store has been indicted on theft and tax evasion charges by a Cherokee County grand jury.
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village will start the new year off with a laugh this weekend with the sixth annual Last Laugh Comedy Competition at the City Center Auditorium, where stand-up comedians will compete for the audience’s laughter and vote.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners shared their opinions on four annexation-related applications coming to local cities at their most recent board meeting.
With the spring semester in full swing this week, Chattahoochee Technical College continues to see strong enrollment, with over 10,000 students enrolling for classes, the college reported Thursday.
Creekview’s bid for the Class AAAAAA duals state championship ended in heartbreaking fashion Friday night at the Macon Coliseum.
Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency will be hosting a day of friendly competition at its annual Guns and Hoses event on Feb. 22.
ATLANTA – Buying cigarettes could get a little bit tougher for kids in Georgia under a new bill before the 2020 General Assembly.
ATLANTA – A compromise bill to collect taxes on online sales overseen by large retailers like Amazon, plus the ride-share companies Uber and Lyft, was hashed out Thursday morning by a group of Georgia House and Senate lawmakers.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp is turning to a veteran in Georgia transportation circles to serve as the state Department of Transportation’s next planning director.
Several county schools competed in the pool this past weekend as swimmers tune up for the upcoming county and state meets.
The completion of a community effort to build a wellness center at Goshen Valley Boys Ranch near Waleska was celebrated Saturday.