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ATLANTA – A Georgia Senate committee further scaled back legislation Monday that would raise the weight limit on trucks plying state and local highways. The Senate Transportation Committee … more
SAVANNAH – In the latest information from logistics data provider PIERS, the Georgia Ports Authority now handles one out of every 8.8 loaded twenty-foot equivalent container units in the U.S., … more
DALTON — ComPsych -- the world’s largest provider of behavioral health and well-being services — recognized Shaw Industries recently with the Trailblazer Award as part of its 2022 … more
DALTON -- Shaw Industries Group's ReWorxTM flooring is a 2023 Edison Award winning product. During the awards ceremony on April 20, ReWorx will be recognized as either a gold, silver or bronze winner … more
“Mr. Insurance man, we don’t do short term rentals.” This was an actual conversation I was having this week when we got approached by an insurance company looking for a rental for … more
ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp and legislative leaders announced a plan Thursday to review all of Georgia’s tax credits later this year. The goal is to make sure the various tax credits on the books … more
LINCOLN, Nebraska – North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation (NGEMC) was named a 2023 Tree Line USA utility by the Arbor Day Foundation to recognize its dedication to proper vegetation … more
Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) has named Angela Berch of Carrollton the new vice president of Economic Development.Berch, who stepped into her new role on Feb. 16, previously served as … more
I recently had a pretty cool wealth analogy fall in my lap that I would like to share with you. It happened while I was out for a long run with my buddy Cody Johns. And when I say long, it was 10 … more
ATLANTA – The higher fuel costs Georgians have been paying at the gas pumps soon could be reflected in their electric bills. Georgia Power filed a request with the state Public Service … more
DALTON — The Manufacturing Institute—the workforce development and education partner of the National Association of Manufacturers—announced that Shaw Industries’ Ingrid … more
PERRY – AgGeorgia Farm Credit has promoted Mitch Adams to regional lending manager. Adams began his career with AgGeorgia in 2015 as a loan officer in the Chatsworth office. He graduated from … more
Georgia pecan growers are celebrating a huge win as India reduced tariffs on imported pecans by 70% last week following a decades-long effort to open that market for the popular tree nut.Trade … more
ATLANTA – A watered-down version of legislation increasing the weight limit on commercial trucks in Georgia cleared a state House committee this week. The original version of House Bill 189, … more
I was a guest on podcast recently with my mentor Bill Cook where we were discussing things that hinder the success of newer investors.As we talked, Bill asked me if I thought a lack of education is … more
ATLANTA – Over a two-day period between February 21 and 22, a caucus of Georgia state representatives and senators from Congressional Districts 2, 5, 7, 9, 10, 13, and 14 held elections for the … more
DALTON — Shaw Industries Group, Inc. has been named a 2023 Training APEX Award winner by Training magazine. Once again ranked as the highest flooring manufacturer on the list, Shaw creates an … more
ATLANTA - Business was down at the Port of Savannah last month, with total containerized cargo dropping by 55,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) compared to January of last year. The decrease … more
ALBANY, Ga. – This week, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Georgia Quail Hunt in Albany, as business leaders representing state recruitment and expansion prospects joined local … more
ATLANTA - Legislation to increase the limit on commercial truck weights in Georgia cleared a state House committee Thursday over the objections of local government officials, traffic safety … more
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