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. 

DNR Announces 14 Grants Through the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Program

These projects are a result of voters approving a new constitutional amendment in November 2018.

2020 Georgia Grown Executive Chefs Named

The executive chef program is an initiative designed to foster relationships between chefs and farmers while promoting locally sourced and grown products in Georgia’s growing culinary culture.

VIDEO: “Young & Sober in A.A.: From Drinking to Recovery”

These are a few of the young voices sharing about their drinking and sobriety.

Georgia Driver Services’ Motorcycle Safety Program Encourages Riders to Train

“Statistics show that riders with formal training are less likely to be involved in a serious or fatal crash.,” said DDS Commissioner Spencer R. Moore.  “A motorcycle safety class teaches you the skills you need to ride safely on the road.”

9 Farms Recognized as 2019 Georgia Quality Cotton Award Winners

The purpose of the awards are to recognize producers and ginners of high-quality cotton fiber and to identify their general management practices for the benefit of other growers.

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The Atlanta Fair whirls back into town, March 6 – April 12

Atlanta’s favorite fair returns with merriment to go around!

Kemp Recognizes Forestry for Wildlife Partnership and Changes

Among the qualifiers, the Forestry for Wildlife Partnership enhances wildlife conservation on the holdings of Georgia landowners with at least 10,000 acres.

Deputy Recognized with Lifesaving Award

A Camden County Sheriff's Deputy has been awarded a Lifesaving Award.