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Toronto Businessman Buys Vacant Downtown Macon Hotel Tower

The purchase means new life is coming to a signature property that opened as a Hilton Hotel in the 1960s, designed by legendary Miami architect Morris Lapidus.

Expert: No Way Movie Crew Had Permission To Shoot On Railroad Tracks

Memorial services will be held Wednesday for 27-year-old Sarah Jones, who died last Thursday during a movie shoot outside Savannah. Jones was a second camera assistant on the film “Midnight Rider,” a biopic about Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band.

WORKING: Signs Your Boss Doesn't Like You

It’s one of the questions our Working guy, Brandon Smith, gets most often: “I think my boss doesn’t like me. How can I tell?” He says, bluntly, that’s because bosses are usually terrible communicators, though they often offer some significant signals when they don’t like people.

To Dismay Of Craft Brewers, Georgia Sticking With 'Three-Tier' System

Microbrewers have been lobbying state legislators to loosen regulations that some say are stifling their industry, but it seems lawmakers aren’t interested in changing rules that have been around since the end of Prohibition.

Cold Hard Cash: Entrepreneurs Brave Winter Weather

As the snow and ice started to melt away Thursday, Georgians began venturing back outside. Wesley McConnell owns Thumb’s Up, a Decatur diner that serves breakfast all day. He and several of his employees stayed in a nearby hotel so that he could keep the restaurant open throughout the storm.

Savannah Airport Welcomes Jet Blue

JetBlue flew its first flight into Savannah Thursday morning. Local officials were on the plane from New York's JFK airport. The dignitaries hailed the discount airline's arrival as a boost for local business and tourism.

More Details Emerge for Broughton Street Proposal

Developer Ben Carter says he hopes to bring restaurants and high-end retailers to downtown Savannah.

Federal Officials Investigating Savannah Port Fire

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms is helping local and state officials.

WORKING: Faith At Work Is Dead?

Religious issues in workplaces have been popping up in the news in recent months, prompting questions about how much faith employees can practice at work. Workplace consultant Brandon Smith said religious discrimination claims are rising in the United States—doubling over the last 15 years.

Atlanta Developer Making Plans for Savannah

Ben Carter says he wants to bring new retail, residential spaces to downtown area

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