Wed., September 8, 2010 7:20am
A California based company is expected to created over 120 jobs over the next few years in Hall County.
Thu., September 2, 2010 1:18pm
Overhauling Georgia’s tax code is the subject of a public hearing Thursday in Macon. The discussion is part of a statewide tour by the “Special Council on Tax Reform and Fairness for Georgians.” The state legislature created the group and charged its members with formulating tax reform recommendations by January 2011.
Sat., August 21, 2010 10:27am
Perdue said Friday that former DeKalb County district attorney Bob Wilson and former attorney general Mike Bowers will launch a probe into accusations that educators changed students' tests in Atlanta Public Schools and Dougherty County schools in spring 2009.
Mon., August 16, 2010 8:16pm
The world’s top trailer manufacturer will begin construction on a new plant in Statesboro later this year. Governor Perdue announced the company’s $33.5 million dollar plan on Monday. The investment is expected to create more than 400 jobs over the next four years.
Fri., August 13, 2010 12:22pm
Georgia's newly minted Republican gubernatorial nominee Nathan Deal called White House comments on ethics allegations against him "unusual."
Fri., August 6, 2010 3:02pm
For the second month in a row, Georgia’s revenue has improved since last year.
Fri., July 30, 2010 3:39pm
Georgia's 48th Brigade came home in the Spring. City of Macon held parade formal ceremony today. Eight soldiers died during the deployment.
Fri., July 23, 2010 2:13pm
Governor Sonny Perdue has ordered state agencies cut 4 percent from their budgets in case an extension of Medicaid funds doesn’t pass Congress. Georgia created its budget depending on $375 million of the money, but conservatives in US senate won’t approve it if it raises the national debt.
Fri., July 16, 2010 8:07am
A trio of environmental groups want an end to closed-door talks as Georgia, Alabama and Florida negotiate a long-running water dispute.
Mon., July 12, 2010 5:46pm
State revenue for June went up by nearly 4%. But that still leaves the state short for the year by 9.1%. The state can now close the books on the last fiscal year -- the third in a row ending in negative territory.