Starting next week, the Archives will add two additional days to its public hours. Researchers will be able to stop in not only on Fridays and Saturdays but on Wednesdays and Thursdays as well.
Exploring the wonders of Georgia tourism isn't just for out-of-state guests. Local Georgians can learn about the benefits of tourism too from all platforms of social media.
If you'd like to vote in the September 17 special election, and you're not already registered, you'll need to get your registration in by Monday, August 19.
Long road trips don't have to be utterly boring, especially if you're driving on one of Georgia's beautiful Scenic Byways.
Whether you're renovating your home or building a new commercial structure, you'll need to apply for a building permit with your city or county.
The Secretary of State Office is responding to user feedback to improve its new corporate filing system.
If ever a tinge of middle school history nostalgia hits you, head over to The New Georgia Encyclopedia for articles on Georgia arts, sports and science.
Other than sparklers, fireworks are currently illegal in Georgia(§ 25-10-2). 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.