Gov Kemp Signs Legislation for Disaster Property Tax Relief
State Representative Lynn Smith (R-Newnan), chair of the House Natural Resources & Environment Committee, along with Senate Rules Chairman Matt Brass...
Bulloch Local Government/ 7 years ago
Former city councilman Gary Lewis sentenced in Federal Court
STATESBORO, GA – In federal court, in his polo and his khaki pants, former city councilman Gary Lewis appeared before Judge...
Crime & Safety/ 7 years ago
Police can’t cite outside their jurisdiction, Supreme Court says
Outside their jurisdiction, police officers can no longer issue traffic citations.
Another Georgia town adopts a 4 day work week
A small town outside of Atlanta has decided to formally adopt a four-day work week for city employees after a six...
Chattooga Local Government/ 7 years ago
When the victory is no victory, and the Party is no party.
Across the State on Saturday, Republicans gathered in their districts to elect delegates for the RNC’s National Convention to be held...
Dr. Mary Kay Bacallo to challenge Senator Johnny Isakson
Dr. Mary Kay Bacallao, a lifelong Republican, has qualified to run against an incumbent U.S. Senator in Georgia. She has been...
Mickey Tuck the Constitutional Conservative
The countdown clock is ticking loudly for the May 24th primary in Georgia. Mickey Tuck, candidate for the 14th U.S. Congressional...
Evans Local Government/ 7 years ago
Werkheiser responds to claims he passes the buck on voting
Representative Bill Werkheiser, who represents Tattnall, Evans, and Wayne counties, somehow managed to walk in the door in Wayne County for...
Former Trion Mayor, Lanny Thomas seeking State Senatorial Seat
The upcoming election cycle will include the state senatorial race in the 53rd District which includes Chattooga, Dade, Walker and parts...
Burton launches State House bid for those last 71 votes
In the spring of 2014, grassroots candidate Lee Burton gave longtime incumbent Greg Morris a run for his money on the...
“Politically Incorrect” Sheriff makes it official with sign
One Georgia Sheriff is making waves with his "politically incorrect" sign.