HOW TO: Volunteer for COVID-19 Response

The Georgia Department of Public Health is receiving offers from medical professionals and other individuals looking for ways to help with the COVID-19 response.

VIDEO: School Choir Director Performs Hilarious COVID-19 Quarantine Parody

A middle school choir director is using the down time from the COVID-19-induced quarantine to entertain the internet with a fantastic parody. 

Georgia Power Suspends Disconnects for 30 Days, Will Reevaluate in April

Georgia Power is still encouraging customers to continue making payments and practicing energy efficiency to avoid large balance due amounts when the suspension ends.

Georgia Power Foundation invests $1 million to support state in COVID-19 recovery

Primarily, the investment will focus on food insecurity, homelessness, and displaced workers assistance.

20 Hikes for 2020 – Increase your step count with these Instagram-worthy trek

!! COVID-19 won't rain on this parade. All DNR-managed properties are open and welcoming visitors during normal operating hours.

Early Opportunity to Get A Gobbler for Youth & Mobility-Impaired Hunters

This weekend hunt opportunity is available only for youth 16 years of age and younger, or hunters that are mobility impaired

Georgia anglers can now earn $100 rewards for Red Drum data

Georgia saltwater anglers now have the opportunity to earn $100 rewards while contributing important data to help scientists manage the state’s Red Drum population.

MAP MONDAY: Property Taxes by State

#MapMonday: Which states have the lowest property tax burdens and how does the political climate impact rates?

Georgia recreational Bluefish fishery to close temporarily in March, April

To counter a larger problem and allow Bluefish to rebound, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) recently directed its 15 member states, including Georgia, to reduce harvest.

New Book Highlights “The Coca-Cola Trail,” Georgia History

The new book covers the lesser-known Georgia-based history of Coca-Cola (and other things!), including stories from Valdosta, Cedartown, and Griffin.