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In Sandersville, trucks on the road are caked in red Georgia clay, kaolin mining is the top industry, and some of the government services that people in larger communities enjoy just aren’t...

From the vantage point of Georgia’s top lobbyists, fundraisers and political advisors, the upcoming legislative session will pass in the blink of an eye as state lawmakers race to prepare for re-...

Georgia agencies providing home heating help are reporting record numbers of applicants this winter.

A combination of budget cuts from Congress is straining organizations that keep needy...

Some women are notoriously sensitive about their age. Not Diana Nyad.

At 64, the inspirational long-distance swimmer says she's in her prime. At the TEDWomen conference in San Francisco...

In the age of celebrity chef fetishism and competitive ingredient sourcing, it can be hard to remember that there was a time when restaurants didn't exist in America.

Before the Civil War,...

If you love cats and adore Christmas, do we ever have the website for you. In a project that takes the concept of "reality TV" in new directions, eight solid hours a day of streaming video.

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Fans are pouring into Atlanta for this weekend’s Southeastern Conference Championship game between Auburn and Missouri. Traveling to the city for the title game in the Georgia Dome has been a...

Congress is just days away from its Christmas break. A national coalition of evangelical Christians that includes pastors in Georgia is still pressing Washington lawmakers to address immigration....

The Obama administration wants to expand efforts to restore the South's once-sprawling longleaf pine forests.

The proposal could benefit a Georgia collaborative that's just getting off the...

Over the past five years, we've published more than 80 year-end book lists. So this year, we decided to try something new. Introducing NPR's...

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