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RH neighborhood getting rid of ducks

The residents of Piercefield Forest and surrounding subdivisions will soon being saying farewell to their feathered foes.

April 26, 2010 | By Lori Wynn Special to the Courier | State, National


Georgia films top box office

ATLANTA - Movies filmed in Georgia have grossed more than $415 million at the box office so far this year, cementing the state's position as a leading location for filming.

April 26, 2010 | Special to the Courier | State, National


Area arts group driven, despite funding drama

Nearly $900,000 has been restored to support the Georgia Council for the Arts in the 2011 state budget passed by the Senate, giving the state a renewed chance to pursue federal support for the arts. At the local level, however, a twofold challenge remains: find the funds to provide arts opportunities and the manpower to develop and produce the ideas behind those opportunities.

April 26, 2010 | By Jen Alexander McCall Staff writer | State, National


Rep. Stephens announces re-election bid

State Rep. Ron Stephens (R-Savannah) announced he will be seeking the re-election to House District 164 in the Georgia General Assembly. Stephens is chairman of the House Economic Development and Tourism Committee and has represented the district since 1997.

April 22, 2010 | Special to the Courier | State, National


Area lawmaker not seeking re-election

After 30 years in office, Georgia State Rep. Bob Lane is retiring.

April 22, 2010 | By Hollie Deal Bragg Special to the Courier | State, National


Senate budget restores arts council funds

ATLANTA - Georgia's arts council was granted a reprieve on Tuesday from the state Senate.

April 21, 2010 | By Shannon McCaffrey Associated Press writer | State, National


Politicians drawn to annual law cookout

The 23rd Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Cookout on April 15 in Tattnall County drew public safety employees from around the state.

April 21, 2010 | By Mike Riddle Correspondent | State, National


Pembroke green-lights police ride-alongs

Pembroke has again given the green light to police ride-alongs, five months after banning them because of worries over liability.

April 19, 2010 | By Jeff Whitten Special to the Courier | State, National


Governor puts hospital CEO on nursing home panel

Gov. Sonny Perdue appointed Liberty Regional Medical Center CEO Scott Kroell to the State Board of Nursing Home Administrators this week.

April 19, 2010 | Staff report | State, National


New Web site packed with voting info

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced today the launch of a new website for voters called MVP. MVP allows voters to view a sample ballot specific to that voter for upcoming elections, find their Election Day polling location and early voting locations in their county, check their registration status, track the status of their absentee ballot, and more.

April 19, 2010 | Special to the Courier | State, National


Governor in Richmond Hill tonight

Gov. Sonny Perdue will be making a special guest appearance here Monday night when he joins the Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce for its 25th anniversary dinner at the Richmond Hill City Center.

April 19, 2010 | By Lori Wynn Special to the Courier | State, National


Hearing set on nuclear plant safety

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials have scheduled a meeting on Wednesday, April 21, to provide information on the agency's annual assessment of safety performance for the Hatch nuclear power plant during 2009.

April 14, 2010 | Special to the Courier | State, National


Georgia Tea Party gears up for elections

TIFTON - Tony McBrayer has always had an inkling he might want to run for office someday. But it was the rise of the anti-government tea party movement that convinced the South Georgia businessman to finally put his name on the ballot.

April 12, 2010 | Associated Press | State, National


Area gas dealer facing fraud charges found dead

ST. MARYS - A coastal Georgia businessman facing federal fraud charges has been found dead a month before he was scheduled to stand trial.

Capt. Greg Jackson of the Camden County Sheriff's Office said authorities found Fairley Cisco, 67, dead at his St. Marys home Thursday morning after family members called 911.

April 08, 2010 | Associated Press | State, National


Authorities bust $3.5M stash

CLAYTON - Rabun County authorities have uncovered a stash of marijuana they say has an estimated worth of $3.5 million.

Authorities estimate about 700 plants were seized from a location on North Germany Mountain Road by a team that included the Rabun County Sheriff's Office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. It follows a two-month investigation.

April 08, 2010 | Associated Press | State, National


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Supreme Court allows indirect testimony of children in abuse cases

The Supreme Court ruled recently that the indirect testimonies of children can be used in abuse cases, specifically conversations teachers have with young children who ...

July 20, 2015 | Mandy Morgan Deseret News | State, National


A bad deal for Greece could be a bargain for tourists there

The financial debacle that is Greece may not be so gloomy for one sector of its beleagured economy: tourism.

July 17, 2015 | Omar Etman Deseret News | State, National


Money doesn't make the rich happier, but poverty makes the poor sadder

Too much of a good thing may be wonderful, but it turns out that when it comes to money, more of it doesn't make ...

July 16, 2015 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | State, National


The UN is redefining what it means to live in poverty

Data from the United Nation's 2015 report on global poverty is out showing the number of poor people is growing thanks to an evolving ...

July 16, 2015 | Omar Etman Deseret News | State, National


'Poor doors' in New York housing are no more

“Poor doors” — the separate building entrance for low-income renters living in New York City’s high-income housing — are no more.

July 16, 2015 | Omar Etman Deseret News | State, National


How property taxes are keeping poor students from going to good schools

Since the Great Depression, the number of communities in concentrated poverty has doubled, and the public school funding system's reliance on property taxes is ...

July 15, 2015 | Omar Etman Deseret News | State, National


The disgusting bacteria lurking on the bottom of your shoes

The easiest way to stop germs from getting in your house is to leave your shoes at the door. A new study found 40 percent ...

July 15, 2015 | Tracie Knabe Snowder KSL | State, National


Can we regulate payday loans without leaving the poor in the cold?

Many families take for granted that they can fix their water heater when it breaks, or take their child to a dentist if she has ...

July 10, 2015 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | State, National


Why working-class citizens are struggling to recover from the housing crisis

The post-recession housing crisis sent millions of American homes into foreclosure or made the loans underwater. Since then, many communities have bounced back — but that ...

July 09, 2015 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | State, National


Why friends are more important to well-being than money

Money is nice, but friends are better — or at least that's the findings from recent research on well-being and poverty.

July 08, 2015 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | State, National


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