New pharmacy opens in Harlem
After Kays Pharmacy closed several years ago, Harlem residents had to travel to Grovetown or Thomson to pick up prescriptions and other medical necessities. On June 24, the new Harlem Pharmacy opened at the former Harlem Women’s Club building on West Milledgeville Road, giving residents not just a place to... Read more
Rock Eagle campers had norovirus, health officials say
Health officials confirmed Tuesday that 54 sick campers at Rock Eagle 4-H Center suffered from norovirus last week, according to a North Central Health District news release. Read the full article: ajc.com Read more
Georgia lawmakers to study regulating e-scooters
Regulating electric scooters has been a major problem for some cities around Georgia. A state Senate committee has now formed to look into e-scooters and how they’re used locally and statewide. Read the full article: WABE  Read more
Defendant freed from prison in Medicaid fraud conviction
A Florida man convicted in 2006 in a massive Medicaid fraud case left custody in April after a federal appeals court threw out 53 racketeering counts – but let stand the remaining 194 counts – because of what it said were improper communications by the judge with jurors during... Read more
Dozens of kids get stomach virus at summer camp
Officials say 54 kids came down with some sort of stomach virus at a summer camp in central Georgia. Arch Smith, who heads the state’s 4-H association, tells WSB-TV that a few kids became ill early in the week but then the numbers spiked on Thursday. Read the full article:... Read more

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