Georgia could reap $89 million in direct spending and create a thousand new jobs if Savannah builds a cruise ship terminal.
That's one finding of a long-term cost-benefit study.
A Miami-based consulting firm prepared the report.
A Washington Post investigation found hundreds of millions of dollars from the federal government's largest housing construction program are being squandered on delayed projects.
The projects include several in Georgia.
The developer of a proposed hotel in Savannah is being overly optimistic about its chances for success.
That's the conclusion of a consultant hired to run the numbers for some skeptical members of a local board.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines will feature Georgia-grown produce this summer.
Passengers on more than 17,000 flights in May and June will see a series of short videos about Georgia’s Vidalia onions, watermelons, peaches, and blueberries.
Governor Nathan Deal still is reviewing a bill that would give tax breaks to some tourism projects.
The state incentives could benefit a taxpayer-backed hotel.
The proposed hotel is near the Savannah International Trade Center.
A court-appointed guardian is taking control of the assets of the developer of the luxury Georgia golf community Reynolds Plantation, a move aimed at helping the financially troubled company avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure.