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Today the Ledger-Enquirer begins a weeklong series of Q&A articles with candidates in the May 20 local nonpartisan elections. Each candidate vying for a Columbus Council or a Muscogee County School Board seat was asked to answer a series of questions.
Quarterback doesn't rank high on the Cowboys list of priorities heading into next month's draft...While the club hosts its third and final day of visits from national prospects _ Notre Dame offensive tackle Zack Martin is one of the players at Valley
The third-largest bank in the Columbus metro area has a new top executive in a newly created position that oversees a three-city region...Manley III has been chosen to lead the Columbus and Macon region for Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks, the company
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Students at Georgia's public colleges and universities will find out how much they will be paying to attend school when the state Board of Regents sets tuition and fee rates later Tuesday. The board is
Researchers say massive mountains rising between colliding plates, volcanoes belching lava and giant faults slicing the crust were found as the continent originally formed. Researchers even say an unusual magnetic signal near Florida shows the
Friday of two major rules violations resulting from his involvement in star Chase Kalisz's academic eligibility. Wednesday Bauerle has been accused of severe breach of conduct and providing extra benefits to Kalisz...Bauerle, head coach of the U.S.
A killing disease that's devastating bat populations is now working its way east and south through Georgia. Wildlife biologists early last year confirmed the presence of white-nose syndrome for the first time in Georgia bats...Now biologists with the
University of Georgia professor placed on leave after asking student to bring him 'happy' drug: cops Professor Charles Lance allegedly asked the woman to buy him antidepressant bupropion in Mexico, prompting her to inform school administrators and
Miss. Workers at a Mississippi funeral home say they found a man alive and kicking when they opened a body bag...The deep freeze, with arctic blasts from the polar vortex, has put invasive insects on ice in dozens of states. That includes the emerald
Mike Ekeler is on his third job in three years, and the coaching profession is not known for its stability. And yet within two weeks of being hired by Georgia, Ekeler has bought in. Literally, bought in: He already bought a house in Athens. Theyre