The State of Georgia kicked-off “Read Across Georgia” month in March, an initiative launched by First Lady Sandra Deal to raise literacy proficiency levels among Georgia’s youth.
From Boy Scout to Senate Page: John Albert enjoyed his day at the Capitol.
Every February, our great nation gives pause to honor the impact and contributions of Black Americans in the United States.
Reporting tips to the GBI can help solve crimes.
Georgia students can participate in the Capitol's Page Program.
Open records can be easily accessed by the public.
Buying a Georgia flag has never been easier.
Learn about being a page for the Georgia State Senate--a task not seen by many but important to the flow of the legislative session.
State offices closed at noon on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, and continue to be closed through Thursday. Discover some great resources and learn some quick tips about preparing for and living through a winter storm in Georgia.
On February 12, 1733, James Oglethorpe and more than 100 colonists settled next to the Savannah River becoming the 13th colony of the newly found land known as America.