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ATLANTA - In late September, Georgia Power executives explained during several days of hearings before the state Public Service Commission (PSC) why the Atlanta-based utility needs a nearly 12% rate … more
Termites are a tiny, little creature that have the ability to elicit a huge amount of fear when it comes to buying a house. And the reason for that is that they do a tremendous amount of damage over … more
ABINGDON, VA – Food City is preparing to kick-off their fifth annual Friends & Pets in Need Holiday Food Drive. “Hunger is a serious problem throughout our region, especially during … more
ABINGDON, VA – Food City is once again participating in WRCB Channel 3’s Share Your Christmas food drive campaign to benefit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank. The Chattanooga Times Free … more
ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp extended the temporary suspension of the state sales tax on gasoline and other motor fuels Friday, citing a looming diesel fuel shortage.Kemp signed two executive orders, … more
I’ve recently written to you about how things are changing in the real estate market — in particular, about how days on market have increased to what we have seen in the past. Well, we … more
First National Community Bank (FNCB) announced on Friday the launch of several innovative new Treasury Management Services to its Business Banking suite. Of note, the Bank’s Positive Pay … more
I sometimes hear people talking about real estate investors in a poor way. They will refer to us as vultures circling around. (I guess they see us as waiting for people’s homes to die so we can … more
ATLANTA - The Port of Savannah experienced a strong first quarter of the fiscal year.But there were signs toward the end of the quarter of a slowdown in demand, the Georgia Ports Authority reported … more
Eli Falls has resigned as president and CEO of the Murray County Chamber of Commerce and the Murray County Industrial Authority.Falls has accepted a postion with a civil engineering firm in Atlanta. … more
ATLANTA - Georgia will need to invest $103.7 million in air cargo improvements to meet the industry’s future needs, not including investments at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International … more
ATLANTA – Attorney General Chris Carr is advising consumers who are buying used cars to be wary of vehicles that might have suffered flood damage as a result of Hurricane Ian. “With … more
We found out someone was running a scam on one of our properties this week, and I wanted to tell you about it.The house where the scam occurred was a nice, two-bedroom, 1 1/2-bathroom mobile home in … more
The Chatsworth City Council on Monday OK’d the closing of Market Street, east of Third Avenue on Nov. 26. The street will be closed off for a community-wide Christmas event featuring craft … more
ATLANTA -- The Georgia Chamber of Commerce announced on Friday its slate of legislative endorsements for the 2022 Midterm Election. As the premiere statewide business advocacy organization, the … more
Lieutenant Governor Hosts 15th Annual Business and Education SummitATLANTA --| The Office of Lieutenant Governor hosted College and Career Academies from across the state yesterday at the Butler Hall … more
Ashley and I were sitting on the couch this morning, sleepy-eyed, but trying to make the most of our few moments together without child interruption as we sipped our coffee. You see, life has changed … more
The other day, I took my road bike to my local bike shop to get it looked at. It had something weird going on. On my previous ride, I started hearing a ticking sound in my wheel. Prior to the ticking … more
The Chatsworth City Council at its September meeting voted unanimously to eliminate its property tax on inventories.The city had been taxing inventories at 80 percent of value but decided to drop the … more
Chatsworth Water Works customers will pay more for water and wastewater services beginning Oct. 1.Rates for residential, industrial and commercial customizers will increase following an Aug. 23 board … more
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