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Other than sparklers, fireworks are currently illegal in Georgia. However, if you are traveling outside of Georgia to shoot fireworks, it's good to be aware of basic safety tips.
Caving opportunities in north Georgia and surrounding areas are being restricted due to a fatal fungus in bat communities affecting the East Coast.
Technical training in Georgia has been on the rise for the past seven years, with much effort from the state government to establish Georgia as the economic growth hub of the Southeast.
Among the public safeguards against hunger, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children helps low-income families with infants and toddlers eat well and stay healthy.
The Georgia Department of Corrections and Georgia Bureau of Investigation can help you track incarcerated and released offenders.
Voters will head to the polls today in select counties to fill vacancies for local elected officials.
Linking farmers and consumers, Georgia Grown makes it simple for families to buy local foods.
Try transit during Dump the Pump, June 17-21. For one day, ride transit and experience for yourself the benefits of not driving alone.
Since 2002, the Path2College 529 Plan has offered parents a reliable way to plan for their children's college educations.