“Thirty million dollars to $60 million dollars can remove a whole lot of barriers for a whole lot of people in our state,” said state Rep. Kevin Tanner, R-Dawsonville.
One might ask if high-THC marijuana for sale on the street might be grown in the middle of a field of hemp.
"The only thing slowing down the criminals are the potholes," said one resident.
Most everyone agrees that the voting process in Georgia needs changes, but voting machines have divided folks under the Gold Dome.
Nine people are looking to join Atlanta City Council, in a west side special election to fill the seat of the late Councilman Ivory Lee Young Jr.
The beverage shrine-turned-vacant building that was once the World of Coke isn't going to get a new tenant — or a parking deck beside it — anytime too soon.
“The reason our cities are the places you want to live is because of design standards," Lilburn Mayor Johnny Crist said opposing the bill. He said aesthetics are part of what make a city interesting ...
“I never dreamed that in 2019 this would be a problem. But it is,” said state Rep. Debbie Buckner.
Gov. Brian Kemp's plan could cover a lot of people defined in some broad way, or it might be just a few, maybe with some specific, high-cost conditions.
DeKalb County's got a situation: it wants to get rid of the massive Confederate monument that it owns in downtown Decatur. But nobody wants it.
The man overseeing cuts to a pair of major Atlanta public works programs says that so far, he's hearing that the public wants to prioritize bike and pedestrian upgrades.
“As the baby boomers come in, there are more that are going to need this help."
"I'm telling you, the thought of having another half-million people in this county without additional transportation options, if there's anything to keep me up at night, that would be one of them."
The worry is building among Georgia policymakers that the differences between metro and country are too big, to the detriment of folks in rural Georgia. It's among lots of states thinking about how to make ...
Natural gas looks pretty economical for customers; and the demand for power isn't growing so much.
Georgia will have about $27.5 billion to spend in the year that begins in July. The new governor is making proposed teacher raises a centerpiece. Democrats are pressing to spend on a Medicaid expansion.