#NourishColumbus is a new campaign in the Chattahoochee Valley that is raising awareness of food insecurity in the Columbus area and bridging the gap by using locally grown vegetables to prepare meals for people in need.
New Life Second Chance Outreach has helped individuals with criminal records find employment and education since 2014. Throughout the years the organization has found that people are also having difficulty finding housing.
Almost a week of civil unrest across the nation following the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police has passed and now all four officers involved have been charged.
Former WTVM anchor and reporter Georgia Elysse, now Georgia Fort, lives in Minneapolis and shared her experience living in Minneapolis as protests take place in response to the death of 46-year-old George Floyd.
The owner of Beejou Craft Kombucha said after getting a positive response about her Kombucha recipes, she decided to start a business last year, but was not expecting the pandemic to hit at the same time.
Data tracking coronavirus cases in Georgia is being questioned after a misleading chart was posted on the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) website with the dates out of order, suggesting cases were declining over time.
Effective Thursday, the governor is allowing the expansion of the number of people allowed in a single classroom or child care facility. This means day camps can resume and daycares can accept more children.