Georgia Ports See Busiest May for Total Tons, Teus

Last month was GPA’s busiest May ever and the second busiest month in the Port of Savannah’s history,

Still PURE Gold — Renovated Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site reopens June 18

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Georgia number of employed, jobs breaks another record

Most of those job gains came in the trade, transportation, and utilities and leisure and hospitality industries, with both setting all-time highs for jobs within the industry.

Deal: GE Appliances putting distribution site in Commerce

Gov. Nathan Deal says a manufacturer of household appliances is investing $55 million in a new distribution center in Commerce, Georgia, and will create 100 jobs.

Worker killed in demolition collapse at Georgia paper mill

Fire officials say a worker is dead after he was pinned beneath falling debris while doing demolition work at a Georgia paper mill.

Savannah harbor deepening gets big boost in federal dollars

Combined with $50 million Congress approved in March for dredging the Savannah harbor, the nearly $85 million total marks the largest amount Washington has spent on the project in a single year.

Georgia to end collection of local sales tax on jet fuel

Georgia has asked vendors to stop collecting local sales tax on jet fuel, just months after the lieutenant governor effectively killed a broader sales tax exemption to punish Delta Air Lines for eliminating discount fares for National Rifle Association members.

Georgia’s Gingrich sends letter to FAA urging Georgia Spaceport approval

As the public comment period comes to a close on the draft Environmental Impact Study (EIS) on June 14th for Spaceport Camden, a Georgia...