Georgia Power Continues to Give Back to Coastal Pines Technical College

“The Georgia Power Foundation has been a longtime supporter of the Coastal Pines Technical College’s electrical lineman, air conditioning technology and general scholarship programs."

American Citizen who became an ISIS Sniper, Trained Other ISIS Members Charged with Providing Material Support to ISIS

He was born in Kazakhstan and became a citizen by naturalization. He's now been charged with providing and attempting to provide material support, including training, services and personnel to ISIS.

East Ga Regional Medical Appoints New CEO

Stephen Pennington has been appointed East Georgia Regional Medical Center chief executive officer.

Dalton, Ga man pleads guilty to sex trafficking of minors

He was charged with a number of crimes after he posted provocative photographs of girls in the adult entertainment and escort sections of, which has been seized by the Department of Justice.

Renovated Cedarwood campus to reopen in August

In January, the school district leveraged a state grant and local capital project funds to embark on a more than $1 million, seven-month renovation project of the alternative learning center’s Statesboro campus.

Paying it forward: Georgia Southern professor provides STEM opportunities to disadvantaged youth in her home country

After instituting STEM education opportunities in the United States and South Africa, Miller set out to find a location in her home country where she could host a STEM camp for disadvantaged youth.
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