Talk to your kids about the effects of bullying. By keeping an open conversation, the better we can prevent bullying in schools.
Georgia has 2 agencies to help citizens find and receive the assistance they need for developmental disabilities and behavioral health issues.
Georgia's food stamp recipients can double their dollars at participating local farmer's markets.
Creating innovations in government may seem daunting, but it can be as easy as looking out your back door.
DDS locations open on Saturday, August 15 will not be able to issue driver licenses, permits or IDs to those in the SAVE database.
When starting the school year, you must have more than just a few new notebooks and a protractor.
Everyday household items can cause big problems if they're just tossed in the trash.
Georgia's watermelon farmers have gotten creative in order to protect their crops.
This weekend select items will be exempt from Georgia sales tax as we prepare for the new school year.
The Georgia Department of Labor and the Georgia Department of Economic Development Workforce Division are focused on making Georgia the best state for business.