"The State of the State is strong, and folks, we are just getting started." - Governor Brian Kemp
Once confirmed by the State House and Senate Transportation Committees, Miller will assume the role vacated by Jay Roberts last September.
The winds of uncertainty continue to blow in the City of Guyton as the revolving door of personnel turns without ceasing. While the position of city manager may be in a close second, no department in the city government has seen more turnover than the Guyton Police Department. In the last four and a half years, the PD has been lead by five different Chiefs and/or Public Safety Directors. But the current interim police chief may present the most issues of them all.
Georgians spanning 119 counties and 298 cities are among the contributors to Fair Fight, with an average donation of $41 during the reporting period.
Senator David Perdue Honors Military, Intelligence Communities For Successful Mission To Eliminate Soleimani
“President Trump and the service members who carried out this mission deserve a standing ovation.” - Senator David Perdue
A National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin issued by Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf warned of a rising threat level following Friday’s airstrike, but Georgia's SOS says the agency is already ready.
The park would consist of four locations: the Carter boyhood farm; Plains High School, where President and Mrs. Carter graduated from; Plains Train Depot, which served as headquarters for Carter’s presidential campaign; and years from now, the home the Carters currently reside in and their gravesites.
A higher court has backed Georgia Attorney General in a case to uphold the Congressional Review Act.
A bill pre-filed in the Georgia Senate would make add Election Day to the state holiday calendar.
A bill filed in the Georgia General Assembly would create a law enforcement ‘use of force’ database for the public.