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ATLANTA - Georgia tax collections continued on a strong pace last month, the state Department of Revenue reported Tuesday.State tax revenues rose by $175.6 million last month compared to January of … more
ATLANTA -- Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan on Friday announced the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation is now accepting applications for pilot program grant funding. The public-private partnership, which … more
ATLANTA – Recently, Georgia’s 13-week Insured Unemployment Rate fell below the threshold for the State Extended Benefit (SEB) program to remain available for payments and the last payable … more
ATLANTA -- The Georgia Chamber hosted a virtual roundtable featuring University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Director Allan Adams as he unpacked the latest round of small … more
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) released today its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY 2020) Accountability and Investment Report, a transparent look at GDOT’s funding, … more
Murray County Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Sheila Simpson told the Chatsworth City Council on Monday that new Industrial Development President and CEO Eli Falls will also serve  as president … more
COVID-19 liability protections for Georgia businesses and hospitals would be extended until July 14, 2022, under a bill introduced in the General Assembly.Since August, the liability protections have … more
Students graduating from Dalton State’s Wright School of Business with a Bachelor of Business Administration can easily transition into one of three online master’s programs offered … more
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Northwest Georgia’s unemployment rate increased in December.“In December, key indicators varied in the different regions and … more
ATLANTA - The Georgia Ports Authority Monday reported modest growth for 2020 despite the economic slowdown brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.The Port of Savannah moved more than 4.68 million … more
ATLANTA - Some Georgia employers are having a hard time filling job openings because generous unemployment benefits are encouraging them to stay home, state Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler said … more
ATLANTA - The unusual nature of the current pandemic-driven recession has put Georgia in a stronger economic position than could have been expected otherwise, the state’s chief economist said … more
ATLANTA - First-time unemployment claims in Georgia increased by 5,581 last week to 37,039, reflecting a national trend, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.As a result, the state agency … more
March 18, 2020Our office will be following the President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America as well as Governor Kemp’s Guidelines to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our … more
ATLANTA - The Small Business Development Center at the University of Georgia will offer free online seminars next week to update business owners on the $900 billion coronavirus relief package … more
Submitted by Food City   ABINGDON, VA – Ashley Findley of Chatsworth has been recognized by Food City  for “outstanding volunteerism among their associates through their … more
ATLANTA - Georgia tax collections rose in November for the second consecutive month, the state Department of Revenue reported Tuesday.The state brought in nearly $1.96 billion last month, an increase … more
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
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