Emily Miller

Gomismta Resort Gets a New Road to Boost Tourism
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Gomismta Resort Gets a New Road to Boost Tourism
The mountain resort of Gomismta in Guria, western Georgia, is set to become more accessible and attractive for tourists, thanks to the rehabilitation of the 21 km section of the Ozurgeti-Shemokmedi-Bjujhesi-Gomismta highway. The project, which is funded by the state budget, will cost 18.8 million GEL and is expected to be completed by the end of 2024. The Benefits of the Road Rehabilitation The road rehabilitation will improve the safety…
Georgia and Italy Strengthen Cooperation in Agriculture and Food Industry
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Georgia and Italy Strengthen Cooperation in Agriculture and Food Industry
A Joint Event to Promote Trade and Innovation On February 28, 2024, a joint event titled “Georgia and Italy together for a better food industry” was held at the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metekhi Palace Hotel. The event was organized by the Italian Foreign Trade Promotion Agency (ICE-ITA) in cooperation with the Italian Embassy in Georgia, the Italian association Assofoodtec/ANIMA Confindustria and FederUNACOMA and the Georgian Employers’ Association (GEA). The event…
Tara Boulevard LCI: A Vision for the Future
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Tara Boulevard LCI: A Vision for the Future
Tara Boulevard, a major corridor in Clayton County, Georgia, is undergoing a transformation. The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) has awarded a Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) grant to fund a planning study for the corridor, which spans three cities: Riverdale, Jonesboro, and Lovejoy. The study aims to improve pedestrian safety, access to bus routes, and catalyze development along the corridor, creating a more vibrant, walkable, and livable gateway for Clayton County.…
Navalny’s mother receives his body after long struggle with authorities
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Navalny’s mother receives his body after long struggle with authorities
The mother of the late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has finally obtained his body from the authorities, who had been holding it for more than a week. Lyudmila Navalnaya, 69, was given the remains of her son on Saturday, according to his spokesperson Kira Yarmysh. Navalny died in prison under mysterious circumstances Alexei Navalny, who was the most prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin, died on 16 February in…
Doug Rice to Retire After 36 Years of NASCAR Broadcasting
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Doug Rice to Retire After 36 Years of NASCAR Broadcasting
Doug Rice, the president and lead anchor of Performance Racing Network (PRN), has announced his retirement from NASCAR broadcasting after the 2024 season. Rice has been a prominent voice of racing on the radio for more than three decades, covering over 210 NASCAR Cup Series races and 13 different racing series. A Distinguished Career in NASCAR Broadcasting Rice began his career in radio as a weekend engineer for WSTP/WRDX in…
Georgia’s Youth Losing Faith in Political Parties, NDI Report Finds
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Georgia’s Youth Losing Faith in Political Parties, NDI Report Finds
Low trust and participation among young voters According to a report by the National Democratic Institute (NDI), a non-governmental organization that promotes democracy and civic engagement, young people in Georgia are particularly disillusioned with the country’s political spectrum and may not vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections in October 2024. The report was based on a telephone survey conducted in March 2023, as well as interviews with various stakeholders during…
Biden expresses admiration for Navalny’s courage, vows to sanction Putin
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Biden expresses admiration for Navalny’s courage, vows to sanction Putin
President Joe Biden met with the family of the late Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny on Thursday, and praised his legacy of fighting for democracy and human rights in Russia. Biden also announced that he would impose new sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom he held responsible for Navalny’s death. Biden meets with Navalny’s wife and daughter in California The meeting took place in California, where Biden was visiting…
Clayton County allows bars to serve alcohol until 3 a.m.
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Clayton County allows bars to serve alcohol until 3 a.m.
A new amendment to extend alcohol serving hours The Clayton County Board of Commissioners has approved a new amendment that will allow bars and restaurants to serve alcohol on premises for consumption until 3 a.m. The amendment was passed at the 6 p.m. meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. This is a change from the previous cutoff time of 2 a.m. that was in effect since 2017. The amendment, known…
Batumi Hosts International Conference of Guides for the First Time
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Batumi Hosts International Conference of Guides for the First Time
The city of Batumi, the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara in Georgia, is hosting an international conference of guides for the first time. The event, which coincides with the International Day of Guides, aims to promote the role of the guide profession and share international experience. The Importance of the Guide Profession The conference, which opened today and will end tomorrow, features tourism experts and guides from Portugal,…
Local Businesses and Organizations Donate to Fight Hunger
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Local Businesses and Organizations Donate to Fight Hunger
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the issues of hunger and domestic violence in many communities. However, some local businesses and organizations are stepping up to provide support and relief to those in need. Food Bank Receives Generous Donations from Restaurants and Grocery Stores The Clayton County Food Bank, which serves more than 20,000 people every month, has received generous donations from several restaurants and grocery stores in the area. These…