Kemp Rolls Back COVID RestrictionsGeorgia Gov. Brian Kemp issued an executive order effective April 8, 2021 that roll back remaining COVID-19 restrictions in Georgia.
New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, Local Provider To Administer 1,800 Pfizer Vaccine DosesNew Birth Missionary Baptist Church has held virtual services during the pandemic. On Good Friday, the church opened its doors to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Atlanta Mayor Reflects On City's Resilience During 'State Of The City' AddressThe 2021 State of the City address took a virtual look back at a year of action, paying tribute to Atlanta’s resilience during a year of devastation.
Parents React To Pasco County Schools Removing Online ProgramSome parents say they’re upset mySchool Online won’t be available next year, while others say students need to be back in the classroom.
Mercedes-Benz Mass Vaccination Site Opens To Atlanta Teachers, Eligible CitizensAbout 1,200 members of Atlanta Public Schools' 6,000 employee workforce were among those getting vaccinated at Mercedes-Benz Stadium when it officially opened on March 24, 2021, as the largest mass COVID-19 vaccination site in the region.
Georgia Expands Vaccine Eligibility To All Adults, Opens Federal Mass Vaccination SiteAll Georgians ages 16 and up are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, as the state opens the largest federal vaccination site in the Southeast.
Floridians Ages 50 And Older Now Eligible To Receive COVID-19 VaccineMonday was the first day Floridians 50 and older are able to receive the Coronavirus vaccine.
Gov. Kemp Signs Georgia Tax Cut, Adoption Tax Credit Bills Into LawGovernor Brian Kemp signs tax cut and adoption tax credit legislation on March 22, 2021.
Lithonia Man Charged With Defrauding $1.5 Million From USDA’s COVID Relief ProgramChristopher A. Hayes was charged with submitting a false claim to the USDA’s CFAP for the claimed loss of livestock at his commercial farming operation.
Former Conyers Mayoral Candidate Charged With Pilfering From The Paycheck Protection Programa former candidate for Mayor of the City of Conyers, has been arraigned on federal charges of bank fraud and money laundering stemming from an alleged scheme to use a company she started to steal over $323,000 from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Georgia's Vaccine Supply To Increase, Judges And Courtroom Staff Now EligibleGovernor Brian Kemp announced judges and courtroom staff are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, as court cases continue piling up.
Rep. Nikema Williams Tours Atlanta COVID Vaccination Site, Gives Stimulus UpdateCongresswoman Nikema Williams gave an update on COVID-19 vaccination efforts and the stimulus bill in Atlanta on March 12, 2021.
Gov. Kemp, State Officials Join Latin American Association For Vaccine RoundtableGovernor Brian Kemp joined state and local officials for a Latin American Association (LAA) roundtable discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine on March 11, 2021.
New Birth Missionary Baptist Church Delivers Disaster Relief Supplies To Texas, MississippiNew Birth Missionary Baptist Church sends truckloads of supplies to help Texas and Mississippi recover from devastating storms.
Georgia's Vaccine Eligibility Now Includes Ages 55+, Those With Serious Health ConditionsGovernor Brian Kemp announced Georgia will expand the vaccination criteria to include individuals ages 55 and older and those with serious health conditions effective March 15, 2021.