The U.S. Supreme on Monday ruled 5-4 in favor of a Hobby Lobby lawsuit challenging an Obamacare mandate requiring companies pay for contraception and abortion coverage.
House Speaker David Ralston, R-Blue Ridge, recently announced a series of appointments to the House Study Committee on Compensating Wrongfully Convicted Persons.
With camp set to open in just over a month on Aug. 8, the Georgia State volleyball team, under the direction of first-year head coach Sally Polhamus, announced the 2014 schedule on Friday. It features three early-season tournaments and a full slate of 20 Sun Belt Conference matches.
In six weeks, the Shorter football team will start its preseason workouts to get ready for the 2014 season that will be the 10 th campaign in the program’s history. On Saturday, however, the Hawks coaching staff were laying the groundwork for the recruiting future when the first of two Prospect Camps for rising high school seniors and juniors was held at Ben Brady Field.
This year’s Fourth of July marks the 237th birthday of the United States of America. Between then and now, the country and the world have changed in ways the Founding Fathers, including George Washington, likely never imagined.
Crescent Terminus, a 355-unit apartment community, has opened in Buckhead.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is wrapping up a five-day mission to Israel that included a delegation of state of Georgia officials and business leaders.
Japan-based Toppan Printing Co., Ltd will create 80 jobs and invest $100 million into a new facility at The Lakes at Green Valley in Griffin, Georgia’s first eco-friendly park.
A Dawson County Superior Court judge has ordered the Georgia Department of Corrections to carry out the execution of a man sentenced to die for the April 1991 murder of a 23-year-old man.
International Auto Processing (IAP) will expand in St. Simons Island, creating 30 jobs and investing $3 million into the project.