As Published by the Newnan Times-Herald: Coweta County’s employment increased by more than 2 percent, adding 923 jobs since last year. Most of those job gains occurred in food, health care, retail trade and administrative support, according to an economic overview presented by the University of West Georgia’s Dr. William (Joey) Smith, chairman of the university’s economics department. Additional panelists included Chris Clark, Georgia Chamber of Commerce president and CEO and Sally Wallace, dean of the Andrew Young School of...READ MORE
As reported by the Macon Telegraph: MACON, GA  Leslie Johns waited 13 years to hear her son, Darrell, call her “Mama.” Darrell was born with hydrocephalus and epilepsy, two neurological conditions that have stunted his development and made it nearly impossible for him to get through the day without a seizure. When Georgia legalized some medical marijuana in 2015, Johns immediately applied for a medical card. Six days after Darrell’s first dose of the cannabis oil, he said “Mama” for the first...READ MORE
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