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Construction on the second section of The LINC will now accommodate hikers and cyclists looking for dirt, not pavement.
One of the intersections with the most accidents has been Old Macon and County Line roads in Orchard Hill.
The second and final reading of Savannah’s overhaul of its 1960s zoning ordinance and map will be held at today’s city council meeting.
The Rome Historic Preservation Commission lived up to it's name Wednesday, recommending that the full City Commission deny an application from three property owners for the removal of four lots from the East Rome Historic District.
Tuesday evening’s Euharlee City Council work session largely revolved around a presentation from Williamson and Co. CPAs representative Christian Hatch, who went over the finer points of the City’s 2018 fiscal year audit with the council.
Statesboro and Bulloch County have extended their agreement for the Statesboro Fire Department to continue protecting the five-mile fire district outside the city limits for one more year. But negotiations for a much longer-term contract are reportedly moving forward.
A West Hall church may find out Thursday night whether it can relocate to Flowery Branch property that officials have regarded as more suitable for commercial uses.
Flovilla city officials on Friday cut the ribbon on the fire department’s new station expansion.
The city of McDonough has elected to sign an intergovernmental agreement that would distribute 25 percent of the SPLOST V revenue to Henry County’s four cities.
The Statham City Council tabled nearly as many items as it approved at its meeting July 16.
A metro Atlanta developer’s plan to build more than 100 townhomes off Highway 211 in Winder garnered support from the city’s planning board July 16 as the panel approved a rezoning request for the property.
Residential safety inspections are now required in Alto following action of the town council at the June meeting.
The Statham City Council faces big changes starting in January.
Madison County cities will now see the official division of the sales tax pie.
A committee is being formed in Jefferson to study the idea of building a local aquatic center for recreation programs and school swim teams.
Mayor Al Thurman provided a tie-breaking vote Monday night to approve a measure maintaining Powder Springs’ 9.5-mill property tax rate, though some property owners could still see tax increases in their bills.
Alpharetta is embarking on a citywide upgrade to its traffic signal system that it hopes will improve response times for fire emergencies
Roswell has taken another step in a years’ long effort to improve a shaky transition for motorists entering on the south.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms addressed a U.S. Senate committee Wednesday about the city’s efforts to combat climate change.
If you have an outstanding traffic ticket or missed a court date in Dunwoody, here’s your chance to clear things up — without going to jail.
Nearly a month in, Sandy Springs says its first-in-Georgia false alarm ordinance has been working — meaning police officers are working less on responding to likely false alarms.
Unless you’re inside a house or walking along a residential street, it’s now essentially illegal to smoke a cigarette in Chamblee.
Claxton’s City Council held a regular meeting on Monday evening, July 15, at City Hall.
Hagan city council approved its FY 2020 budget during a called meeting on Thursday, July 11. The general fund budget totaling …..
Issues of children and youth dominated a town hall meeting Monday in Northwest Moultrie.
Seven Urban Redevelopment Authority board members and an alternate were sworn in at the July 15 Tifton city council meeting.
Dalton Mayor Dennis Mock says he's glad the city now has an intergovernmental agreement with Whitfield County concerning the use of encrypted, county-owned radios.
The town of Sharpsburg recently hosted a community clean up day for a disabled resident.
City of Valdosta Public Works Employee Franklin Kier was named Public Works Employee of the Year at the American Public Works Association Georgia Chapter annual meeting on Jeykll Island.
The Newnan City Council approved a continuation for the proposed Caldwell Tank development during Tuesday’s meeting.
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