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Sunday October 25th, 2020 7:14AM

Alyson Shields

Reporter
Alyson Shields
Georgia Gov. Deal signs teacher evaluations bill
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed a bill to standardize annual evaluations for Georgia teachers and principals based, in part, on student performance.
5:53PM ( 7 years ago )
Barrow says he won't run for open US Senate seat
Democratic Rep. John Barrow says he won't be running for the U.S. Senate next year.
4:25PM ( 7 years ago )
GOP Rep. Kingston makes Ga. Senate race official
Rep. Jack Kingston of Savannah is joining what's turning out to be a crowded 2014 race for the U.S. Senate in Georgia.
10:16PM ( 7 years ago )
Power outage on Club Drive
A power outage leaves Gainesville homes without power until 8:15 pm.
6:06PM ( 7 years ago )
Piedmont begins work on new student center
Piedmont College broke ground today for a new student center.
5:07PM ( 7 years ago )
Carpet company opening new plants in Dalton
A spokesman for Gov. Nathan Deal says a carpet manufacturing company will open two plants in northwest Georgia and create about 2,400 jobs
3:10PM ( 7 years ago )
Hall County dogs find homes in New York
31 dogs found their forever homes in New York last week as part of the Hall County Animal Shelter Transport Program.
5:48PM ( 7 years ago )
Surviving hell in a Bangladesh factory collapse
Merina was so tired. It had been three days since the garment factory where she worked had collapsed around her, three days since she'd moved more than a few inches.
5:49PM ( 7 years ago )
FDA will investigate added caffeine in foods
The Food and Drug Administration says it will launch a new investigation into foods with added caffeine and their potential impact on the health of children and adolescents.
5:40PM ( 7 years ago )
New boating laws will go into effect as early as May 15.
New boating laws approved by the Georgia General Assembly earlier this year will go into effect as early as May 15, but some parts are delayed until next summer.
6:36PM ( 7 years ago )