There was plenty of news across Georgia on Monday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
When pythons like this are found loose, they've either escaped or been released by their owners. They're already thriving in South Florida.
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A new GRAMMY Museum is coming to Atlanta, according to reports.
Whether it's for a weekend or a longer visit, resorts in Georgia's mountains or beaches are available for quarantine getaways.
A U.S. attorney's complaint alleged that Stanely Dorceus falsified documents when he requested the PPP loan on May 10.
Police arrived at Gary Pirkle Park to find a "massive amount of chaos," according to the incident report. A Snellville man was wounded.
Niche.com has compiled one of its most popular annual reports: The 150 best places to live in Georgia.
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