In July 2011, the Southeast Bulloch High School Marching Band hit on an affordable answer to a pricey problem. To reach the next level of success, the award-winning musicians needed new instruments.
The last day of the legislative session, better known on Capitol Hill as Sine Die, is a lot like the last day of school.
Today, in its first set of decisions, the State Charter Schools Commission will vote on recommendations for a number of new charters.
In a 146-17 vote the Georgia House of Representatives passed SB 136, a measure to lower the legal intoxication limit for boaters and hunters.
Georgia's Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens recommends a new free mobile app for Georgians to help you if you've been in an automobile accident.
Voters will head to the polls today in several counties to fill vacancies for local elected officials and weigh in on questions that affect their communities.
At GeorgiaGov, we work hard to help you find the right information about state government quickly, and it’s always good to be recognized for your work.
Among the first bills Governor Nathan Deal signed during this legislative session are ones that change voting law to allow nonpartisan elections for the new Macon-Bibb County government.
"FOOD RECALL" – two words with immediate consequences. Every day, food products are recalled for a variety of reasons.
The Department of Education recently launched Georgia’s Future. Now! as a way to unite efforts to improve student achievement and tell the story of the successes in public schools.