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ATLANTA - Starting July 4, unemployed Georgians will have to submit evidence they’re looking for work to the state Department of Labor.Reinstatement of the work search requirement comes as … more
Passive income equals freedom I was sitting on a plane recently getting ready to take the longest flight I have ever been on. It was from Atlanta to Portland, and it was going to take 5 1/2 hours. … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week extended through July 31, the moratorium on evictions of the hundreds-of-thousands of Americans who live in … more
A nominating committee was appointed by the board of directors of Amicalola EMC at its June meeting to make nominations for directors whose terms expire at the annual meeting to be held Oct. 2.  … more
ATLANTA - The diminishing number of Georgians with landline telephones in their homes are about to see a savings on their bills thanks to the sunsetting of a decade-old program.The Georgia Public … more
WASHINGTON – United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Rural Business-Cooperative Service Administrator Karama Neal on Tuesday unveiled a new grant program to help rural … more
ATLANTA - First-time unemployment claims in Georgia dropped significantly last week, echoing a national trend that has held for six weeks running.Jobless Georgians filed 22,240 initial claims last … more
ATLANTA - Georgia’s next inland port will be built with the help of a $2 million federal grant.The funding will build road and other infrastructure improvements necessary for the planned … more
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Kinetic has named Michael Foor as the president of state operations for Georgia. Foor previously served as vice president of state government affairs in Georgia, building … more
ATLANTA - The Port of Savannah is experiencing strong year-over-year growth despite the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.Savannah handled 478,620 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of … more
The Better Business Bureau has chosen Michele Mason as its President and CEO, succeeding Jim Winsett. Mason has built extensive Better Business Bureau experience from her work in Columbus, GA, West … more
SAVANNAH – The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) board on Monday elected new officers for the coming fiscal year and reported a 38 percent increase in container trade for the month of April.Joel … more
ATLANTA – Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) awarded 15 construction contracts for statewide transportation projects totaling $65,061,289.The largest single investment, worth … more
Effective Thursday, May 20, associates who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as defined by the CDC will no longer be required to wear a face mask, unless required by state or local laws. Fully … more
ATLANTA – This week, the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation (Partnership) announced a $250,000 grant for The Conservation Fund’s Georgia Working Farms Fund program (Farms Fund) – … more
TIFTON - To celebrate the beginning of the 2021 peanut season, Georgia’s 4,500 peanut farmers are donating an additional 50,400 jars of peanut butter to America’s Second Harvest of … more
ATLANTA - Georgia’s film industry is setting records even as the coronavirus pandemic continues dampening activity in other economic sectors. Movies and TV productions filmed in Georgia … more
ATLANTA - Georgia tax collections soared 52.4% last month compared to April of last year, a huge increase attributed more to changes in state tax filing deadlines than a burst of economic … more
ATLANTA – Gov. Brian P. Kemp and Georgia Department of Labor Commissioner Mark Butler on Monday announced Georgia’s plan for reemployment and economic recovery. To address workforce … more
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