The spinal surgery that led to Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle's sudden departure from the governor's race has been scheduled for Monday at Emory University Hospital in an Atlanta.
As she made her way through the aisles of J&J Foods on Jesse Jewell Parkway, Elma Blackwell didn't realize she was about to get a surprise.
A dairy farmer, a longtime veterinarian and Georgia's commissioner of agriculture were inducted Wednesday into the Hall County Agribusiness Hall of Fame.
CUMMING - Former Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes said Tuesday that he is continuing to ponder a run for the office he lost to Sonny Perdue in 2002.
A top lobbyist for the Georgia Municipal Association on Tuesday told city officials from throughout Northeast Georgia that cities were spared a worse fate from the 2009 session of the Georgia General Assembly.
Funeral services were held Monday for a 12-year-old Alto girl who was killed Friday night in an accident involving an all-terrain vehicle in Banks County.
With an 8-year-old special needs son, Susan Martin of Flowery Branch wanted a job that could give her flexibility to attend to her son.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle on Sunday closed the door on a possible return to the governor's race.
John Bowmar had dreams of owning his own lawn mower repair shop, but the cost of land and a building were out of his reach.
The Internal Revenue Service has given victims of criminal fraud an opportunity to claim most of their losses on this year's tax return.
J.M. "Ray" McRae, one of Hall County's most powerful business figures of the past century, died late Thursday night following a brief illness. He was 85. McRae, who came to Gainesville in 1953, is remembered as the consummate deal maker. McRae was the key player in recruiting a number of industries, including Wrigley's and Rockwell International, which manufactured engines for the Tomahawk missile.
Federal officials are proposing a $73,275 fine against Fieldale Farms Corp. following a January inspection that turned up 22 violations.
The departure of Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle from next year's governor's race has touched off rampant speculation about potential Republican candidates for a variety of state offices.
The fallout from Casey Cagle's departure from the governor's race may indirectly result in the biggest change in statewide constitutional officers in the recent history.
ATLANTA - A reluctant Casey Cagle walked away Wednesday from his dream of being the state's next governor.