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(The Center Square) — The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a nearly $38.3 million grant to fund the expansion of charter schools throughout...

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A sheriff’s deputy in one Georgia county was reprimanded only minimally after taking a sports car for a spin after a DUI arrest. Public...

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(The Center Square) — Georgia famously built the Western & Atlantic Railroad between Atlanta and Chattanooga, Tennessee, more than 170 years ago, but today...

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(The Center Square) – Nearly two dozen states are sending National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to help federal immigration officials grapple with an...

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(The Center Square) – At a recent charity event held by J.P. Morgan Chase in San Francisco, activists attempted to “take over” by protesting...

2022 Elections

(The Center Square) – High grocery prices are top-of-mind for voters with a little over a month until the midterm elections, according to a new...

2022 Elections

(The Center Square) — Georgia taxpayers are likely on the hook for the nearly $6 million cost to defend against a lawsuit alleging voter...

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Senator Jon Ossoff recently pressed the new Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Director to crack down on corruption, crime, and abuses in Federal prisons....

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Though the current administration in the City of Guyton has been at the helm for almost three years, it still can’t seem to make...

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Congressman Rick W. Allen (GA-12) recently spoke on the House Floor about the Department of Labor’s efforts to reclassify independent contractors as traditional employees...

2022 Elections

The Republican candidate for Georgia Agriculture Commissioner has released his first ad of the general election cycle. Tyler Harper focuses on inflation, the need...

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U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff, Chair of the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, delivered opening remarks in Tuesday’s hearing on the Mistreatment of Military Families...

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(The Center Square) — The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a nearly $38.3 million grant to fund the expansion of charter schools throughout...

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(The Center Square) — Georgia famously built the Western & Atlantic Railroad between Atlanta and Chattanooga, Tennessee, more than 170 years ago, but today...

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On Monday, Kemp signed two executive orders extending the temporary suspension of state taxes on motor and locomotive fuel as well as the supply...

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The 25th Anniversary running of the Motul Petit Le Mans is set to take place today, at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. The 10 hour...

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Governor Brian Kemp announced this week that Georgia has been named by Area Development magazine as the No. 1 state for business for the ninth consecutive...

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These are rolling updates on Hurricane Ian. The most recent update is located at the top of the article. 5:00 p.m. – Thursday, September...

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Congratulations to the most recent EGRMC Employee of the Month, OR Supply Chain Technician, Meredith Lyman. Meredith Lyman has been part of the team...

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Bulloch County Schools’ Aspiring Leaders program has selected 21 teachers for its next cohort of leadership development training. The third cohort since the program...

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A Bulloch County jury last week found a man not guilty of a number of violent offenses, but convicted him of three ‘lesser’ offenses....

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Mitch Sikes, Acting Training Officer for the Bulloch County Fire Department, recently attended the joint GAFF (GA Association of Firefighters)/GAFC (Georgia Association of Fire...

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Students and employees of Bulloch County Schools will not have to make up the two days missed as a result of Hurricane Ian. Superintendent...

Bulloch Local Government

A contentious discussion ensued during the Statesboro Council meeting Tuesday as officials discussed an alcohol license for a business that’s operating on a month-to-month...

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A sheriff’s deputy in one Georgia county was reprimanded only minimally after taking a sports car for a spin after a DUI arrest. Public...

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(The Center Square) — A Morgan County judge has struck down a key component of a deal to entice an electric vehicle manufacturer to...

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Judge Joseph Cushner, Bulloch County’s State Court Judge, was recently named to a state board on criminal case data. Governor Brian Kemp appointed Judge...

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(The Center Square) – The city of Atlanta launched its guaranteed income pilot program earlier this year in the wake of the COVID pandemic...

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A Bryan County woman filed a lawsuit this week after a school system reportedly terminated her for expressing her religious beliefs.  Lindsey Barr says...

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(The Center Square) — The federal government awarded more than $3.5 million in grants to Georgia fire departments in September. The money is part...

Local Gov't Around GA

(The Center Square) — Georgia touts its business-friendly climate, but some home-based businesses face another layer of bureaucracy: local government licensing requirements, a Center...

Local Gov't Around GA

(The Center Square) — The federal government continues to dole out money for Georgia transportation projects, whether it’s $25 million for road upgrades and...

Local Gov't Around GA

The City of Savannah is planning to recruit a special prosecutor to handle federal offenses stemming from Savannah, a surely unprecedented move the city...

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In LMTYWYW Ep 238, Dave & Jessica discuss the contraceptive, housing, and voter roll deserts. They also cover the non-monogamous city council member in...

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Let Me Tell You Why You're Wrong

In LMTYWYW Ep 237, Dave rolls solo and discusses the not so Sunny View, COVID Fraud, a fake DEA agent, Stacy Abrams’ expert biology...

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Let Me Tell You Why You're Wrong

In LMTYWYW Ep 236, Dave & Jessica discuss one girl’s journey from Dr. Phil to Oxford, No Bueno at the Vineyard, the big debate...

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(The Center Square) — Proposed bipartisan federal legislation would establish independent oversight of the nation’s 122 federal prisons and require the Department of Justice’s...

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(The Center Square) – A bill introduced Monday by two Colorado congressmen would allow schools to use unspent COVID-19 relief funds to combat fentanyl....

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(The Center Square) – The Congressional Budget Office released an official cost estimate for President Joe Biden’s student loan cancellation, putting the cost at...

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(The Center Square) — With a permanent injunction issued in a case against President Biden’s mask and vaccine mandate for Head Start child care...

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By Sgt. Matthew Damon, 1st Battalion, 149th Infantry According to Merriam-Webster, a flag is a piece of fabric, usually rectangular in shape, of distinctive...

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Legislation to create a national network for land banks was recently filed in the U.S. House of Representatives. U.S. Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-GA), Chief...

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