Starting Jan. 1, the typical residential customer’s monthly bill will increase by $3.60 instead of the $14.32 the company requested.
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Raphael Warnock Wins U.S. Senate Runoff, Giving Democrats a 51-Seat Majority
Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock will return to Washington to represent Georgia for the next six years after winning his Senate runoff Tuesday, handing Senate Democrats a coveted 51st seat.
Meteorite Crashes in Georgia, Fragment Added to Tellus Science Museum
On September 26th at around 12:04 AM EDT, a meteorite burst into flames above Junction City, Georgia, and scattered pieces near the small town in Talbot County.
Jobs Continue to Flourish in Georgia
Jobs increased in Georgia in the past 6 months. Over the month of October, job creation reached an all-time peak of 4,834,900.
The Flu Season Is Here, and Georgia Has the Nation’s Highest Flu Rate
As Georgia is among the states that report high flu activity, the emergency department and urgent care centers in the state are facing a flux of patients.
It’s That Time of Year, Folks – Fair Season!
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.
Nonprofits, Governments Team Up to Help People Keep a Roof Overhead Amid Georgia Housing Crisis
In Atlanta’s housing market where exorbitant home prices and high rents are excluding even many middle-class families, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens and other local luminaries earlier this month stood outside a house built in 1949 that could help buck the trend by providing a safe and affordable place to live.
Georgia’s Well Kept Secret Named Best Beach in the South
Little St. Simons Island is a barrier island sitting just off the Georgia coast sprawling a wide 11,000 acres of wilderness with a 20 acre lodge to rest one’s weary head.
Georgia State School Superintendent Candidates Lay Out Visions for Teacher Retention, Funding
The two candidates vying to lead Georgia’s public schools shared a stage Thursday to sound off on the top issues facing teachers and students at a forum sponsored by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education.
Inflation Reduction Act to Strengthen Solar Industry Within Georgia
The last two years have not been easy for Georgia’s solar manufacturers and installers. Thanks to trade disputes with foreign producers, the availability of panels has been strictly managed, while shifting policies on the federal and state levels have left the market in uncertainty.