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In a unanimous opinion, the state's high court today ruled in WellStar Health System's favor and threw out a lower court’s decision in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
The Cobb Board of Commissioners will review County Manager David Hankerson's recommendation of a new senior services department head for the county.
Government, Patch's House & Home, Awareness
The free workshop is geared toward first-time homebuyers.
Gov. Nathan Deal on Wednesday overturned a decision from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources to remove Bibles from the cabins and lodge rooms of state parks. Tell us what you think of the decision.
Learn about the library system's digital offerings, including eBooks, audiobooks, digital magazines and more at these in-person classes and webinars.
Officials say the head of the government office knew his agency was targeting tea party groups in May 2012. Tell us what you think of the agency’s recent admissions.
"It's not going to go away," says SB 101's sponsor, Sen. Frank Ginn.
Jerry Hayes is the founder of United Electric Co.
Government, Opinion, Police & Fire
The home city of one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects is asking a funeral home director not to request a burial there. Should cities be allowed to turn down burial requests?
Mark Young first came to law enforcement's attention in January 2012 when an undercover officer received information that Young had manufactured his own C-4, which is a type of plastic explosive.
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