Whether it is sipping orange wine on the beach, enjoying the countryside, experiencing luxurious city life, or taking in the great outdoors, Georgia has plenty of destinations to choose from for newlyweds enjoying their honeymoon, couples celebrating their wedding anniversary, or partners who just want to have a lover’s getaway.
Hurricane Ian caused much destruction throughout the past week in Cuba and Florida as a Category 4 hurricane.
President Joe Biden’s administration laid out ambitious additional goals last month to boost offshore wind power generation, one of the American renewable energy industry’s emerging wide-open frontiers.
The connection between hospital patient outcomes and nurse staffing has been well documented in health care research, and experts believe a workforce which better reflects the population it serves can help reduce health care disparities.
Your first heartbreak, accident, loss of a loved-one or being chased by a dog – these and so many other incidents can be lasting traumatic experiences, and mental-health practitioners are working to shift the way traumas of the past are being addressed today.
Women running in governors’ races throughout the country are potentially set to break records if elected this November.
A new report on Black students in the community college system found fewer are signing up to attend two-year schools, and the college enrollment downturn has been even sharper in the pandemic.
None of us was around in 1901, when President Theodore Roosevelt used his iconic monocle to squint 121 years into the future. Just imagine if he hadn’t.
October and November are fall fair months, y’all! And no fall season is complete without some time taking rides, seeing animals, playing games, and of course eating the specialties of the wandering grounds.
Georgia’s unemployment rate stayed steady in August at 2.8 percent and the state added over 15,000 nonfarm jobs.