Organizers for Cobb County's newest and largest city will soon take the next step in getting Mableton ready for business.
What's happening: Mableton leaders have to determine whether the city of about 77,000 people will manage government services itself or ship out some of those responsibilities.
College hoops are finally back. To celebrate, we made a shortlist of the most intriguing men's basketball games in Georgia this season.
Business has been "up and down" for Stacey West since she opened Suga's Cheese Shoppe & Cafe, a restaurant known for its pimento cheeses, in December 2021 in downtown Powder Springs.
- But she has reason to believe good days are ahead.
It's voting time again, Georgia. But there's just one box to check.
On Monday, the U.S. Men's National Team takes on Wales in the squad's first match of the 2022 Men’s World Cup in Qatar.
State of play: Streaming options abound. But if you prefer to cheer, boo and weep with friends and strangers, here are good options:
Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) youth are far more likely to attempt suicide, plan a suicide attempt or have suicidal thoughts, according to new research from the University of Georgia.
- The study shows these young people were also more likely to have experienced trauma like childhood sexual violence and dating violence.
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston of Blue Ridge, Ga. died Wednesday. He was 68.
Driving the news: Two weeks after the sudden announcement he would not seek another term as leader of the lower chamber, Ralston’s office announced he passed away "following an extended illness" surrounded by his wife, children and family.
Lost amid the confusion over Atlanta's short-term rental ordinance has been an important question: Where do the city’s hobbit houses fit in?
Why it matters: The ordinance — currently on hold after pushback from Airbnb and Vrbo hosts — is fuzzy as it applies to nonprofits or landowners who want to rent out parts of their property for camping, glamping or another less traditional overnight option.
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