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            GA Coronavirus: Metro Schools Close, First Death, State Workers

            Most metro Atlanta school districts have already closed schools indefinitely, and Gov. Kemp created an Emergency Preparedness Committee.


            By Kathleen Sturgeon, Patch Staff

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            GA Confirms First Coronavirus-Related Death; State Cases Total 31

            Gov. Brian Kemp confirmed Thursday afternoon that the first coronavirus-related death in Georgia has occurred in Cobb County.


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            Emory Offers New, Advanced Approaches To Treating Epilepsy

            Georgia patients share how innovative treatment helped to reduce the frequency of their seizures and improve their lives.


            By Emory Healthcare, Brand Partner

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            Coronavirus: All GA Universities, Colleges Closed For 2 Weeks

            Effective Monday, all University System of Georgia institutions will temporarily suspend instruction for two weeks.


            By Kathleen Sturgeon, Patch Staff

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            Coronavirus Updates: First GA Death Reported, University Closing

            The latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in Georgia include a death, colleges closing and sports games being cancelled.


            By Kathleen Sturgeon, Patch Staff

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            Coronavirus In GA Suspends, Cancels Atlanta Teams' Games

            The NBA and MLS are suspending their seasons, including Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta United games. The Final Four will not have fans.


            By Kathleen Sturgeon, Patch Staff

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            3rd Possible Coronavirus Case Is Woman Turned Away From Hospital

            A woman in Floyd County preliminarily tested positive for the coronavirus Thursday night after being sent 五福彩票6688下载 from an ER a week earlier.


            By Kathleen Sturgeon, Patch Staff

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            Watch Out For Coronavirus Scams, Georgia Officials Warn

            “It's a shame, but all too often, con artists will use headlines to prey on the fears of consumers," Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said.


            By Nikki Gaskins, Patch Staff

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            Best States To Have A Business: Where Georgia Ranks

            States can help make or hurt a business’s chance of success. 24/7 Wall St. compiled its 五福彩票6688下载 list of states that are best for business.


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            Best States For Older Americans: How Georgia Measures Up

            When it comes to living out one’s golden years, several states would be the best fit for older Americans, according to a new ranking.


            By Nikki Gaskins, Patch Staff

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            2019 Tax Returns: What You Should Know In Georgia

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            Most Popular Valentine’s Day Candy: Top Treat In Georgia

            Conversation hearts or Hershey’s kisses? See which candy won the coveted spot in the hearts of Georgia residents.


            By Nikki Gaskins, Patch Staff

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            Across Georgia  |  News  |  

            More Sears, Kmart Locations Closing, Including 1 In Georgia

            Liquidation sales are being held at 42 Sears and Kmart stores, reports say, the latest in a string of closings affecting the retail brand.


            By Nikki Gaskins, Patch Staff

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            Feds Slow Down, Don’t Stop Georgia’s Effort To Ditch ACA Marketplace

            Last year, 450,000 Georgians enrolled in a health plan through the ACA, 88% of whom received a federal subsidy to help pay their premium.


            By Kaiser Health News, News Partner

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            Georgia Gun Safety Laws Get ‘F’ On Annual Scorecard

            Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence released its annual ranking of the strength of gun laws by state. Here’s how our state finished.


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            Across Georgia  |  News  |  

            Family Facing Death Penalty After 2 Siblings Found Buried In Yard

            Deputies say they discovered the buried bodies of Mary Frances, 14, and Elwyn John Crocker Jr., 14, behind the family house in Guyton, GA.


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            Nikki Hogan Named Regional Manager for Advocate Health Advisors

            Hogan will be responsible for recruiting insurance agents and working with established agents and agencies throughout Georgia.


            By Karen McAllister, Patch Contributor

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            Obituary: Mark L. Dames

            Fourth-generation Funeral Director, Mark L. Dames, succumbs to cancer at the age of 87.


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            Girl's Missing Daddy Doll En Route Back To Atlanta From CT

            A doll with a special good night message a father recorded before was deployed went missing en route to Atlanta. People jumped in to help.


            By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

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            Most Popular Governors: Where Georgia's Gov. Brian Kemp Ranks

            The most recent list, released by 24/7 Wall St., is based on governor approval ratings from research company Morning Consultant.


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            Macy’s To Close 125 Locations; Georgia Stores Among Threatened

            The latest closures comprise one-fifth of the retail giant’s locations. See which Georgia location could be affected.


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            Georgia Municipalities Sue Airbnb Over Taxes

            ​Four Georgia municipalities, one county and three cities, are accusing Airbnb of refusing to pay taxes on short-term rentals.


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            Across Georgia  |  News  |  

            30 Georgia Troopers Dismissed Following Cheating Scandal

            "It's a punch in the gut," Georgia Department of Public Safety Commissioner Col. Mark W. McDonough said during a news conference.


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