ATLANTA (Reuters) – As hundreds of thousands of Floridians flee Hurricane Irma, people in the state of Georgia have opened their homes to strangers who emerged from hours-long traffic jams to find hotels and campgrounds booked solid.
Georgia State University has launched a program for students to serve as “Multicultural Competence and Peer Education Ambassadors” (MAP).
Atlanta’s Peace Monument was damaged by protesters Sunday night, though it was erected in 1911 to urge reconciliation after the Civil War, not to celebrate the Confederacy.
The State Department on Wednesday criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin for vacationing in a Russian-occupied Georgian region.
A gym owner in Atlanta, Ga. has removed an obscene sign outside of his business that said “no f**king cops” after receiving backlash, although he still stands by the sign’s message.
A Georgia woman named Dena Everman is upset after finding a family living in her vacant home for sale.
Georgia Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff penned a Washington Post column on Monday headlined “What Democrats won in Georgia” after losing the most expensive House race in U.S. history last week.