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Georgians warned of potential COVID-19 hangover from Labor Day weekend

Public health experts are urging caution as pandemic-weary Georgians head into a holiday weekend to wrap up the summer. Georgia has seen a recent decline...

Milestones test might be back for Georgia students despite pandemic

Georgia schools should plan to offer high-stakes tests like Georgia Milestones this year after tests were called off last spring due to the pandemic,...

Middle Ga. students and families struggle to start school online

A few weeks before the start of school in Macon, Tayesha Banks came to Heritage Elementary School to pick up a laptop for her...

Students and staff navigate uneasy return to Georgia’s college campuses

Georgia Southern University sophomore Clara Jordan watches nervously as her classmates walk the campus with their masks slung under their noses or strapped on...

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren pushes for answers from Georgia dorm operator

Two national Democrats have started an inquiry into a business that operates college dormitories in Georgia.  U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, and U.S....

White House orders suspension of residential evictions

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration announced on Tuesday it would temporarily halt residential evictions to curb the spread of COVID-19 infections. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin...

Mnuchin: White House would back additional cash to states in relief...

WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Tuesday said the Trump administration would be open to providing additional aid to state and local governments...

Judge grants more time for absentee ballots mailed by Election Day...

Thousands of Georgians will likely get more time to mail absentee ballots to their county’s election office after a federal judge ruled Monday that...

New online portal opens to help Georgians request absentee ballot

A new online portal for Georgians to request absentee ballots is up and running so voters can avoid the usual paperwork in this November’s...

School’s in for most Georgia students, many online and all disrupted...

Gwinnett County attorney Elaine Nietmann's son made the trek home from school Wednesday for the first time since March. “He was so happy to be...
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