The film company near Savannah has faced lawsuits from several former employees since a shakeup in early June.
 
Sixty thousand of Georgia’s nearly 10 million residents will see the cost of their healthcare coverage increase under the Affordable Care Act. That’s according to a report released Thursday by the liberal healthcare consumer watchdog Families USA....
Georgia’s year-over-year job growth rate in August outperformed the nation’s, according to a new economic report. But the state still has a way to go to make up for the jobs lost in the recession.
Advocates are still brainstorming ways to save the historic Tremont Baptist Church in downtown Macon. The congregation wants to sell the property to a developer who has plans to demolish the building and build a Dunkin Donuts in its place.
The Ogeechee Riverkeeper, state environmental officials and a Screven County textile mill have settled their legal disputes on the Ogeechee River. A series of announcements Wednesday ends two years of wrangling that followed the state's...
Fifteen years ago this month, tobacco companies agreed to pay states billions of dollars in the largest civil litigation settlement in US history. Georgia has received about $2 billion from the settlement. So, where did that $2 billion in tobacco...
As many as 15 rural hospitals in Georgia could close in the coming months, according to an industry spokesman. The facilities are losing millions of dollars in federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, at the same time that Georgia is not...
Everyone has people they just don’t like. Maybe personalities clash or there’s some long history of disagreements. What do you do when that person is in the cubicle across the hall or the office next door? How do you still work with them, despite...
Movie stars Jessica Alba and Samuel L. Jackson will be shooting the new action/comedy "Barely Lethal" at the Guardian Centers in Perry. This is the first film project to be undertaken at the privately-owned Guardian Centers, which opened...
The second annual Georgia Gives Day ended at midnight Wednesday, netting $1,448,233, nearly twice last year's total.
Many entrepreneurs hope to strike it rich. But a group of them in a small community outside of Atlanta are working on a smaller scale. They are refugees starting businesses to serve Clarkston's global village. To get their ideas off the ground...