Scam calls range from free offers to request for someone to “confirm” financial information
Last week Glenda Grimmett was working in her Brooks Hollow office when she recieved a phone call from a man saying he was with the IRS.
“He has a real thick foreign accent and he gave me his badge number and said he works with the IRS,” Grimmett recalled. “He then told me they had done an audit and discovered a large
The competition cheerleaders placed 4th in Region 7-AAAA on Saturday. This qualifies them for State Sectionals on Friday in Columbus.
Insurance and Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens advises Georgians to use caution when clearing and burning leaves in the upcoming weeks.
“Autumn should be a time for families to enjoy their yards and outdoor chores,” Hudgens said. “I recommend that citizens take precautions and contact their local fire department before burning anything, and remember to
With the tally from the 2014 growing season complete, it’s official, Georgia now leads the nation in blueberry production.
University of Georgia blueberry breeder Scott NeSmith, who is often credited with helping to create the beginnings of this blue tsunami, was surprised to hear Georgia’s production topped the nation this year. The state