The Georgia Technology Authority and Georgia Department of Public Health have created a new online service that lets you order Georgia birth and death certificates online.
If you or your child attends a Georgia public school, you know that the last day of school is fast approaching.
Georgia public school schedules vary by county, and can be found in the attached 2011-2012 School Calendar file.
All state services will be closed Monday, May 28, in honor of Memorial Day. State employees are not to report to work. All government agencies will reopen on Tuesday, May 29.
From biking and hiking to keeping a nature journal and taking scenic photographs, curious kids can spend the summer learning about the outdoors and earn along the way a Junior Ranger badge and the Get Outdoors Georgia Gopher Badge.
For two decades, Franklin Delano Roosevelt called Warm Springs home. In 1921, he contracted a paralytic illness which required him to use iron braces and a wheelchair.
Starting this week, you'll see new license plates on all Georgia roadways.
Governor Nathan Deal recently signed House Bill 347 into law, cutting unemployment benefits to Georgians and increasing unemployment insurance taxes to businesses.
Every year Georgia seeks dedicated physicians to serve in rural communities, where access to healthcare is often limited.
Governor Nathan Deal signed legislation into law on Wednesday, May 2, letting Georgia’s growing video gaming industry keep state tax credits, but with new limitations.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed Senate Bill 289, The Digital Learning Act, which is expected to make Georgia a national leader in online learning.