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CLINTON — Several housing developments continued to expand and provide more options for Gateway-area workers during 2017.

CLINTON — Four of the six candidates running in the November Clinton City Council elections readied themselves for moderator David Pillers’ qu…

CLINTON — The year 2017 saw a new housing development break ground on Fourth Avenue North. By mid-summer, representatives from Ohio-based Mill…

VALDOSTA, Ga. — For decades, a widely-circulated “brothel law” related to sorority housing at colleges and universities across the nation caused students, staff, and surrounding community residents to believe sororities were unable to have designated houses. Since debunked, the “law” supposedly stated if more than four unrelated women lived in a house together, it was deemed a “brothel” and made illegal.