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Open field with a sign that says "Vote Yes! City of EAST COBB."
Cobb County elected officials and staff say they are working to ensure a smooth transition of services if voters approve four new cities.
Georgia representative chambers with ornate antique furniture and traditional architecture
In the final episode of Gold Dome Debrief's second season, we wrap up the past 40 days with an overview of the legislative session and a recap on bills to look out for.
raised hands from crowd of concert with bright lights and smoke around the stage.
Unlicensed streaming platforms and misleading marketing are at the forefront of proposed legislation to give artists more rights.
man standing near food truck window with grill and food ingredients around
Operating a food truck in Georgia comes at a high price, owners say, because every county issues its own permit for a fee.
A view of an underground train station with people walking around.
Starting March 1, riders in three south Atlanta areas can request a shuttle via the free MARTA Reach app to bring them to or from an existing bus or rail station.
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A longtime favorite delicacy of seafood fanatics could lead to more jobs in Georgia and stimulate the local economy, experts say.
Arieal view of Northside Hospital with the sun setting and reflecting off the building
Just days before contract cutoff with Northside Hospital, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield has named longtime Anthem official as new president of its Georgia Operation.
Downtown street with buildings, cars and light poles with holiday decorations
2021 was the year of construction in Gainesville’s historic downtown. Locals said they are excited about the new residences, shops and restaurants coming to the area.
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Experts at a joint committee meeting voiced concerns over the impact of making new cities in Georgia and the effects statewide.
In the midst of a statewide labor shortage, immigrant and refugee advocacy organizations are fighting to provide economic opportunities for foreign-born Georgia residents. These groups say global talent will help draw immigrant communities to the South.
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