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ATLANTA - Georgia is going to need $135 billion to $150 billion during the next 30 years to keep up with the demand for freight capacity of a fast-growing state, a logistics industry executive said … more
ATLANTA – — The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) today announced its International Trade division’s 2020 GLOBE Award recipients. This state-led awards program … more
 By Dave Williams, Bureau Chief, Capitol Beat News Service  more
ATLANTA – Illya S. Copeland, former Executive Director, Murray County Industrial Development Authority, was made an Honorary Life Member (posthumously) by the Georgia Economic Developers … more
ATLANTA - The Port of Savannah set a record for containerized cargo volume in October, the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) reported Monday.The nation’s busiest export hub handled an all-time high … more
ATLANTA – Attorney General Chris Carr this week announced that the office’s Consumer Protection Division has launched a revamped website at www.consumer.ga.gov.“The improvements we … more
ATLANTA - Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) and telecom providers remain far apart on how to expand broadband connectivity in rural Georgia with time growing short for the state … more
ATLANTA – Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is warning consumers and businesses that scammers are exploiting the fact that utilities are essential services to con people out of their money. … more
ATLANTA - First-time unemployment claims in Georgia fell significantly last week, continuing a downward trend that has helped the state Department of Labor catch up with a backlog of claims.Initial … more
Students from Dalton State College have been quizzing merchants and other people in the community about what kind of businesses they would like to see in downtown Chatsworth.The students, from the … more
ATLANTA - Georgia Power Chairman, President and CEO Paul Bowers will retire next April after more than a decade leading the Atlanta-based utility, the company announced Thursday.Bowers’ … more
      ABINGDON – The Council for Exceptional Children Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT) recently presented Food City with their Employer of the Year … more
ATLANTA - Georgia’s deep-water ports are recovering quickly after taking some hits during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, the head of the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) said … more
ATLANTA - First-time unemployment claims in Georgia declined by 9,274 last week to 44,892, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.The agency also announced Georgians have received more than … more
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program administered by the Georgia Division of Family and Children services will open to the Homebound and Elderly households on Nov. 2. Homebound households … more
ATLANTA - Rural Georgians from business owners to teachers to elected officials know one of the region’s biggest challenges is inadequate internet connectivity, particularly amid a pandemic … more
ATLANTA - The number of Georgia Power customers who have had their service disconnected for nonpayment is rising steadily since the state Public Service Commission (PSC) lifted a pandemic-driven … more
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) continues to battle potential fraud nationally seen within the unemployment insurance (UI) program. The GDOL periodically audits regular and Pandemic … more
Country Financial and Insurance is having an open house on Friday from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. There will be a free hot dog lunch and door prizes. Kimberly Jones invites the public to come by for … more
WASHINGTON -- FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor approved Georgia for a FEMA grant under the Lost Wages Assistance program. FEMA’s grant funding will allow Georgia to provide $300 per week -- … more
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