Blue Cross pulls back from some counties in ACA exchange
With open enrollment for Obamacare weeks away, Blue Cross customers across several Georgia counties have received letters from the insurance giant saying their health plan will no longer exist there next year. Read the full article:  Read more
Power restored to most Albany customers
Albany City Manager Sharon Subadan gave many local residents something to cheer about, utilitywise, during an Emergency Management Agency update on Wednesday. “Utility progress continues to be steady,” Subadan said. “As far as electricity, the good news is that we have all 52 circuits energized and, as of 2 p.m.,... Read more
Henry County honored for farm to school programs
Henry County Schools are being acknowledged at the platinum level for farm-to-school programs such as hands-on food and garden education, supporting the local economy through local food purchases for school meals and fighting childhood obesity and other preventable, food-related diseases. Read the full article: Henry Herald  Read more
Thousands still without power after Michael
Nearly one week after Hurricane Michael slammed into Florida, Georgia and Alabama, thousands are still living in dire conditions. The Red Cross of Georgia is working with emergency partners around the clock to get help where it’s needed most, with an immediate focus on providing food, water and shelter.... Read more
Augusta boy, 12, dies in electrocution
A 12-year-old boy died Monday after being electrocuted when he touched a fence that had been electrified by a live wire at a Fleming Athletic Complex ball field near the Bernie Ward Community Center. Read the full article: Augusta Chronicle  Read more

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