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Reidsville City Council Approves New Budget with Slight Increases Across Departments, No Discussion

The City of Reidsville voted Monday night to approve the 2018-2019 budget with slight spending increases across almost every department, all accounted for in increases in revenue.

Elected Officials in Southeast Georgia Come out Strong for John Barrow in Sec. of...

Barrow has endorsements from nearly ever county he represented while he was in Congress.

Answers to Lingering Questions in Oak Park: Clerk severance, current account balances & more

The abrupt departure of former Oak Park City Clerk Monica Slater left several questions unanswered for residents as the city limped through an interim clerk and the hiring of a new city clerk.

WATCH: Congressman Rick Allen: “In my District, the Small Businesses are Back”

12th District Congressman Rick W. Allen from Georgia spoke on the House floor recentlyta in support of “Tax Reform 2.0,” a three bill package intended to...

Tattnall Commissioners Violate Open Meetings Act

Tattnall Commissioners appeared to violate the Georgia Open Meetings Act Monday when they chose to discuss bids and recommendations from a project manager for...

Hate Crime Bill Passes the House, Morris Votes No

The bill now heads to the Senate.

County Declines Request for Early Voting Expansion in Glennville

The Tattnall County Board of Commissioners opted not to expand early voting into the Glennville precincts for the upcoming special election after consideration of both a candidate for office and the Tattnall County Board of Elections.

Rep. Rick Allen Supports ‘Right to Try Act’ for Terminally Ill

U.S. Congressman Rick Allen (R-Ga.-12) spoke on the House floor last week in support of H.R. 5247, the Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn, and Matthew...

City of Claxton’s Funding of Chamber of Commerce Raises Constitutional Concerns

Two line items in the City of Claxton’s budget proposal have drawn concern over how money is paid to the Claxton-Evans Chamber of Commerce...

Blake Tillery votes to extend Hospital Bed Tax

The Georgia Senate voted Thursday to extend the hospital bed tax to lengthen the period of time the state of Georgia can collect revenues based on hospital patients and close a Medicaid funding gap of nearly $900 million.