The Georgia-based Sea Island Company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The coastal resort and development firm had trouble finding buyers for undeveloped land. Sea Island Company needed land buyers because it was in debt to the tune of $428 million.
Delta Airlines officials say, they'll keep flights to coastal Brunswick, but need more customers to make them profitable. Local officials met with company representatives recently to talk about the city's three-daily, five-day-a-week flights. Local officials consider their airline connection with Atlanta a lifeline for business and tourism.
Fishing enthusiasts are heading to Lake Lanier this week for one of the nation’s top bass tournaments. The Forrest Wood Cup is considered the “super bowl” of fishing, and organizers are expecting the event to bring in the big names – and the big bucks.
Maybe you’ve noticed company logos on some 5-1-1 road signs in the state. The cash strapped Georgia Department of Transportation is letting companies advertise on their property in order to raise money.
The Public Service Commission wants to know what people think about Georgia Power and Atlanta Gas Light’s recent rate hike requests. They’re holding public hearings in Macon, Savannah, Rome and Atlanta over the next few months.
Seventy-five thousand rural customers will get broadband. The 13-million dollars comes from federal stimulus funds. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture says more needs to be done.
Savannah has landed a spot in a 14-city marathon and half-marathon event, with music, called Rock-and-Roll Marathon. The San Diego-based company putting on the event says, hotels and restaurants should expect 20,000 runners, with their friends and family members. The contract is for three years beginning in November 2011.
Renewable energy experts are in Tifton. Bioenergy part of growing industry in Georgia. State poised to become a leader in the field.
A South Georgia lawyer has been on a one-man mission to get his friends and neighbors to switch to dollar coins in an effort to reduce the national debt. Now he's joining up with dollar coin advocates from around the country in a meeting with the U.S. Treasury Department.
There’s a high cost to keeping cool, and Georgia Power customers have really felt the heat with bills that have doubled or even tripled this summer. This season’s usage peaked on Thursday at 17,014 megawatts. But that number is still far behind the all-time record of nearly 18,000 megawatts in August 2007.