Progress at Fairway

Progress continues on the City of Summerville Fairway Recreation Center as local subcontractors have made up considerable time lost due to bad weather. While...

Georgia Power receives Louis C. Brown MD Vanguard Award

The award recognizes individuals and organizations who have made a significant contribution to the health and wellbeing of underserved communities

Georgia farmer wins national award

Agriculture is the backbone of the Georgia economy and one farmer recently showed the rest of the country why that is while competing at a national competition.

Peanut harvest dates may be moved up due to disease

Some farmers may be moving up their harvest dates for peanuts thanks to the prevalence of disease like leaf spot and white mold. Agronomists at...

Stitch Fix to Open Facility, Create 900+ Jobs in Georgia

The Peach State is continuing its steady trend of announcements for economic development in different counties in Georgia.

Lockheed Martin Sued by EEOC For Disability Discrimination And Retaliation

Aerospace Company Refused to Reasonably Accommodate Administrative Assistant with Cognitive Processing Disability, Fired Her, Federal Agency Alleges Lockheed Martin Corporation and Lockheed Martin Enterprise Operations...

Port Authority looks to double a Georgia port site by 1.5 million units

Georgia Port Authority moves 630 cars, trucks, and tractors in FY 18, looks to expand a pre-existing port site.

The Financial Incentives for Private Landfills to Take Coal Ash

How Does a Landfill Make Money? Amid the controversy of the proposed landfill in Screven County slated to serve the entire coastal region, a number...

FIREARMS TRAINING COMPANY DEDICATES 2017 PROFITS FROM LOCAL PROGRAMS TO CHATTOOGA 4-H SHOTGUN TEAM

Photo Caption: Chattooga County 4-H Shotgun Team member, Kelsey Hughes, takes aim preparing for the upcoming District Qualification shoot. Having expanded its civilian training operations...