The May Dade County Commission meeting on Thursday was an echo of April's--not the usual mad monthly whirl of democracy in action but another COVID-19-blighted affair attended only by the commission itself sitting at socially-distanced separate tables with no audience...

The National Rifle Association on Thursday rescinded its endorsement of one candidate for the District 1 Georgia House of Representatives seat up for grabs this year, saying it had meant to endorse another hopeful but had made "an administrative error."

Vikki Mills had...

From left, County Executive Ted Rumley, EMS Director Alex Case and Elections Supervisor Lowanna Vaughan at Tuesday's "Town Hall" session on voting.

Even with the COVID-19 shelter-at-home order lifted in Georgia, COVID-19 itself continues infecting new patients every day...

Note to readers: This article is a fluffy feature and possibly a complete waste of your time. But it is, anyway, not about COVID-19.

I'm too good for television.

That's snotty and snobbish and anchored at the core of my being, ever since I was a sophomore at UGA and a pr...

Free testing for COVID-19 will be provided in Dade County by the Georgia Department of Public Health next Thursday, May 7, and the next Thursday, May 14, Dade officials announced at their Thursday and Friday livestreamed daily briefings.

Testing will take place between...

With the statewide shelter-in-place order expiring Thursday night and Tuesday's weird but welcome revelation from the health department that Dade County has virtually no confirmed COVID-19 cases--only three, one of whom died shortly after confirmation--the Dade coronav...

"Curiouser and curiouser!” cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English)--Lewis Carroll.

Dade finds itself feeling a little Alice-in-Wonderlandish today as the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) bounces it...

Today's Georgia COVID-19 numbers are 23,773 confirmed cases statewide with 942 deaths, up from 23,481 and 916 Sunday. Closer to home, Dade is up one more case today, moving from 16 to 17. Of neighboring counties, Walker stayed the same at 59, Hamilton in Tennessee is u...

 

This is a belated synopsis of Friday's Dade County daily COVID-19 briefing. Notable guests were Probate Judge Kerri Bray Carter, Dade Public Library manager Marshana Clark and Southeastern Lineman Training Center owner David Powell, and all had news:

But first, the num...

Dade County is now up to 16 COVID-19 cases, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health Daily Status Report. So far, there has been just one death here from the virus, and in a place this size it wasn't that hard to figure out who the victim was by reading the...

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