A leader in the state Senate is sponsoring two amendments to the state constitution that would alter Georgia's tax policy. Duluth Senator David Shafer wants to shift Georgia from an income tax to a sales tax. John Hopkins University sociologist Katherine Newman says the regressive sales tax creates lower wage jobs and denies employers skilled labor.
A California-based telecommunications company has announced plans to expand its campus in metro Atlanta and create 275 new jobs over the next 10 years. ViaSat recently broke ground on a 60,000 square-foot addition to its campus in Duluth.
The first full night of high school football is in the books. As always, there was a little bit of everything to write about tonight. Check out our recaps of almost 40 games throughout every classification...
A Duluth-based technology firm is expanding its Columbus manufacturing operation, bringing with it about 100 new jobs. National Cash Register Co. executives say the new manufacturing operation will make electronic point-of-sale systems for the retail restaurant and hospitality industry.
The first round of the Georgia high school basketball playoffs is halfway done after a rousing night of action on Friday. The highlight of the night may have been Class A No. 1 Calvary Day losing to Greenville 66-64 in a thriller in Savannah. Check our recaps below for more exciting Friday night playoff action.
A meeting to discuss the possible move of the postal facility on Olympic Drive is scheduled for Wednesday at Hilsman Middle School. U.S. Postal Service officials say moving the Athens facility to Duluth would save money.
In an important Region 2-AAAAA clash Brandon Addison preserved the victory for undefeated Stephenson on the game’s final play, as the Jaguars defeated East Coweta 24-17. With East Coweta inside the Stephenson 10-yard line, Addison sacked the Indians' quarterback.
From Savannah to the Tennessee line, we were all over the first round of the state basketball playoffs tonight. While there were some upsets - such as Redan and Savannah Christian going down - perennial powers like the Miller Grove boys and Wesleyan girls rolled past out-matched opponents.