Students plan event for foster children
After doing research to better understand the foster care system, especially as it relates to Hall County, the pair of friends decided they would host an event to give foster children a place to have fun while their foster parents could take care of things they normally wouldn’t have... Read more
Georgia needs cash, regulatory changes to expand broadband
Internet service providers have said with the repeal of net neutrality, they’re more inclined to invest in rural areas, but it’s not clear companies will invest without public dollars. Read the full article: WABE   Read more
Augusta mayor files suit against opioid makers
Augusta’s lawsuit seeking compensation for damages from the nation’s opioid epidemic will go after the distribution chain responsible under federal law for monitoring distribution of the dangerous painkillers, the lead attorney in the suit said. Read the full article: Augusta Chronicle  Read more
Yoga offered to cancer patients
Christina Phipps, who battled and succumbed to cancer, noticed yoga allowed her to better deal with the negative effects of cancer. Read the full article: Valdosta Daily Times  Read more
Memorial sale going ‘very well’
The board chairman of the parent corporation of Memorial University Medical Center said Thursday night that the sale to Hospital Corporation of America is moving along “very well,” with an anticipated closing by month’s end. Read the full article: Savannah Morning News  Read more

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