It might be best to wait until Friday and Saturday to do all of your back to school shopping!
Industries are thriving in Georgia, especially in the automotive sector, with businesses such as Kia and Porsche using Georgia for their North American hubs.
July marked Immunization Awareness Month in Georgia. First Lady Sandra Deal and GOCF Executive Director Katie Jo Ballard spent the month touring hospitals and educating new parents about the importance of immunization in their children.
There will be no sales tax added to a number of items on Aug. 9 and 10 due to the Department of Revenue's Back to School Sales Tax Holiday.
From July 10-13, the Go Build Georgia team sat in on informational sessions and networking opportunities centered on bringing an “Education Revolution” to the state.
Tests are stressful as it is. To help ease some of the stress, make sure you know the proper steps and protocols for taking the GACE in order to become a teacher in Georgia public schools.
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.