The opposing sides are not barefoot on Jekyll Island’s beach, but there’s a definite line drawn in the sand.
Challenges with the cash-strapped United States Postal Service sent many Americans to their wit’s end during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in communities reliant on the mail for essential goods.
A nationwide comparison of electric utility performance by an Illinois consumer advocacy group found that customers in states that are heavily reliant on fuel oil and natural gas, as in the Northeast and South, tend to pay more than those with larger amounts of carbon-free generation, among other findings.
State Rep. Ron Stephens, a Savannah Republican, wanted to make a point about gambling in the state of Georgia.
While Georgia might not be known for its snowfall, that does not stop the state from hosting some magical holiday celebrations. Here are some of the top places to visit during the December holidays this year.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock will return to Washington to represent Georgia for the next six years after winning his Senate runoff Tuesday, handing Senate Democrats a coveted 51st seat.
Open enrollment for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act is already underway, and ends on Jan. 15.
The winds of winter are just around the corner, but Georgia has a host of beaches, shores, and islands with cool coastal temperatures all season long and plenty of fulfilling activities for everyone.
Jobs increased in Georgia in the past 6 months. Over the month of October, job creation reached an all-time peak of 4,834,900.
The US Fish and Wildlife Service ruled this month that the gopher tortoise is flourishing well enough without federal protection, at least in the eastern section of its habitat.