Rockdale County Sheriff Eric Levett tested positive for the coronavirus, a spokesperson confirmed.
You only need a few pieces of fabric and a needle to get started making face masks.
As of noon Saturday, the number of cases had risen to 6,383 with the number of coronavirus-related deaths now at 208. Officials say 1,266 patients are hospitalized due to the virus.
"We're facing a serious threat, but this city has conquered bigger challenges before."
Once Georgia’s statewide shelter-in-place order goings into effect, certain businesses will not be allowed to operate, and large gatherings will be forbidden.
COVID-19 hit hard for one local family business in Peachtree Corners. But Charles and Thomas Craton came up with an idea to help keep their business afloat, and to spread something positive during these trying times.
Healthcare workers across the country are halting their lives to help work in coronavirus hotspots, like new York city and Louisiana.
Inside a moving truck, Hopkins and Company Hospitality staff spent Friday packing fresh meals into paper bags.
Most of us think of Helen, Georgia as that quaint mountain town with a German flair. A quick getaway from metro Atlanta. But now, in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, this German town is more like a ghost town.
Travel restrictions have been implemented around the world, in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The morning of what was supposed to be Erin Wynn's senior prom, her family came up with an idea--why not host prom at home? The event, along with all over school activities, was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the priorities for the state of Georgia is ensuring the coronavirus does not spread throughout nursing homes and long-term care facilities.
Many of you have already started to apply for unemployment, and you have so many questions. Let’s see if we can help you.
The number of unemployment claims is expected to skyrocket this week with many non-essential workers being laid off or furloughed.
Georgia began its shelter-in-place order on Friday and had been under a Public Health State of Emergency back in mid-March. Both run until April 13.
Georgia's shelter-in-place order goes into effect at 6 p.m. Friday April 3. So, what happens if you violate the stay-at-home ordinance? You are breaking the law.
Gov. Brian Kemp issued a shelter in place order for the state of Georgia. It goes into effect Friday at 6 p.m. and runs through April 13.
Hikers and joggers are few and far between on this sunny and clear day at Stone Mountain Park, but that may not be the case this weekend and next weekend as families seek alternatives for exercise and spring break activities.
How will COVID-19 affect you, if you do contract the virus? An infectious diseases physician says this new virus causes a spectrum of illness, from flu-like symptoms to critical complications. She warns younger people are telling her it's "the worst thing that's ever happened to them."
Governor Kemp's shelter in place is in effect statewide as of 6 pm Friday. Battalion Chief Dennis Moore with the Union City Fire Department is asking everyone to follow this order.