Groups Urge Black Women Across the Country to Help Georgia’s Stacey Abrams Make History

Groups Urge Black Women Across the Country to Help Georgia’s Stacey Abrams Make History

Political activist Aimee Allison (left) and Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia, at a campaign event in June. (Photo courtesy of Aimee Allison) Rae Peoples is ready to do everything she can – rally her friends, open her...
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Couple Caught Assaulting Georgia Fast-Food Owner over Chicken Order Turn Themselves In

Couple Caught Assaulting Georgia Fast-Food Owner over Chicken Order Turn Themselves In

The couple caught on video assaulting a Georgia fast-food owner and her 15-year-old daughter over a chicken order turned themselves in on Wednesday. Nathaniel Smith and Latasha Smith were transferred to Appling County Jail after turning themselves in to the...
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The Note: Dems Bruised by Big-Money Georgia Loss

The Note: Dems Bruised by Big-Money Georgia Loss

WHAT TO KNOW TODAY Democrats get a run (but nothing more) for their money: Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in the Georgia special election, earning her a coveted House seat and earning Democrats bitter disappointment. Republican Ralph Norm...
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Georgia Chamber President: Hall Has Prosperity, but Also Serious Poverty

Georgia Chamber President: Hall Has Prosperity, but Also Serious Poverty

Georgia Chamber of Commerce President Chris Clark speaks at a Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce breakfast Wednesday morning. Despite economic positives, such as job growth, Hall County has a serious poverty issue that it needs to deal with, the Georgia...
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Georgia Man Dies in Fall at National Preserve

Georgia Man Dies in Fall at National Preserve

The Rome man fell about 50 feet at Little River Canyon in northeast Alabama. For the second time in recent days, a Georgia resident has died after a fall at a national or state park. William Greg McCary, 57, of...
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