Athens is set to become the second Georgia city to mandate wearing face coverings in public after a meeting of the Athens-Clarke County Commission Tuesday evening.
The City of Arcade re-opened its city park with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 2.
With COVID-19 cases rising both nationally and locally, the city of Covington is again instituting a remote work policy.
The Watkinsville Police Department recently welcomed its newest recruit, veteran officer Brandon Torrence.
County officials are urging city leaders to approve an agreement between the governments that could create up to $56 million from a new sales tax reserved for transportation needs.
The City of Winder plans to implement two-hour parking limits throughout much of the downtown area.
New Winder city administrator Mandi Cody is still settling in after being hired last month by the city council and has barely had one full week on the job.
Wearing face masks in public could soon be the law in Athens.
The Braselton Main Street program recently earned another reaccreditation certificate after meeting 10 rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center.
Braselton leaders will soon consider a request to allow a townhome development in a manufacturing section of the town.