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For more information about COVID-19 in Georgia, please visit our resource page or call the Georgia COVID-19 hotline at 844-442-2681.
The next statewide election will be held Tuesday, July 24.
Several run-off elections this day will determine final candidates for the November 6 General Election.
The Wildflower Program has been helping keep Georgia’s highways beautiful for almost 45 years. Learn more about who plants them and how you can show your support.
With parenthood comes a whole new world of responsibility. In this post, you’ll find safety tips, childcare options, financial assistance, and even the chance to win big for your child’s future.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Learn how to prevent, detect, and report child abuse.
Are you a tax procrastinator? This year’s filing deadline is April 17.
Are you living in Georgia already but moving to a new home? We’ll make the hassle of the move a little easier with this handy checklist.
If you just purchased a home or you own a home, make sure to file for homestead exemption with your local city or county. Georgia’s homestead exemption can save you money on your property taxes each year.
Human trafficking is considered a form of modern-day slavery. Women, children, and men are coerced and manipulated every day to perform acts and services that are against their will. The United States government and Georgia government are working hard to combat this epidemic.
If you’re an employee of the State of Georgia, or a covered spouse of a Georgia employee, you may be eligible to schedule a free biometric screening and earn rewards in the process.
Industry experts, schools, and communities are coming together under the First Priority Act to address problems in Georgia’s lowest-performing schools.