ATLANTA - The Clean air Campaign of Georgia has issued a Code Orange Smog Alert for metro Atlanta Wednesday.<br />
According to the campaign, ground-level ozone is expected to be unhealthy for sensitive groups.<br />
Those groups include children, people with asthma, people who are sensitive to ozone and people with heart or lung disease.<br />
Officials said those groups should limit prolonged outdoor exertion during the late afternoon or early evening.
Scientists are fine-tuning what they know about rivers and marshes flushed with saltwater by ocean tides so they can better predict how rising sea levels will reshape the Georgia coast over the next century.
The Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) will host a series of public forums between now and Sept. 30 in order to collect public input on its next strategic plan, including one in Gainesville.