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Georgia Lawmakers Prepare to Pass Hate Crime Legislation

The measure seeks to toughen punishments for crimes committed “because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, mental disability, or physical disability of such” by creating a new code section.

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Bulloch Co. Incident Reports – May 20-22, 2020

Bulloch Co. Incident Reports – May 20-22 2020

Sheriff’s Candidate Says Reports are ‘Slanderous,’ Docs Were ‘Inappropriately Released’

A candidate for Bryan County Sheriff is crying foul after an expose last week revealed documentation dating back years and detailed a number of domestic matters that overlapped into his professional career.  

05/21/2020 Booking Report for Bulloch County

05/21/2020 Booking Report for Bulloch County Booking reports are details of arrests only. All persons below are considered to be innocent until proven otherwise in...

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Final Module Placed for Vogtle Unit 3

The final module for Georgia Power's Vogtle Unit 3, a massive water tank, has been placed atop the containment vessel and shield building roof at the company's Vogtle 3 & 4 nuclear expansion project near Waynesboro, Georgia.

Survey: U.S. Workers Have Lost $1.3 Trillion in Income During Pandemic

$1.3 trillion in income has been lost by the U.S. workforce, 20 percent ($260 billion) of which represents earnings from employed workers.

Ga SOS Using Georgia Suppliers for Masks, Sanitizer for Early Voting, Election Day

Georgia companies are supplying the face masks and hand sanitizer that will protect voters and poll workers during early voting and on Election Day, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced last.

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