Georgia's Vidalia onions ship out Monday and with them comes an aggressive new ad campaign. That may help prevent a boycott of Georgia’s farm goods.
State Agricultural Commissioner Gary Black says a billboard in New York City's Times Square is advertising Georgia’s vidalias.
Savannah has a starring role in a new Robert Redford movie opening Friday.
"The Conspirator" is one of two big films made in the city after a decade-long production drought.
The other film was Miley Cyrus' "The Last Song."
Georgia is not included among the states receiving federal money for new transportation projects.
The Federal Department of Transportation announced several projects in the Northeast and Midwest on Monday, in addition to further funding for Amtrak.
Kia Motors is bringing in more than 2,800 tons of equipment to expand its Georgia plant.
Heavy machinery and other equipment bound for the automaker's manufacturing plant in West Point is scheduled to arrive Wednesday at the Port of Savannah.
Thomasville-based bread products company Flowers Foods is buying a major snack cake company.
Flowers says taking over Philadelphia-based TastyKake gives the company access to 24 million more consumers.
An Oklahoma-based band of Creek Indians wants US Indian Affairs officials to declare part of St. Simons Island Georgia's first federally-approved Native American reservation.
Gambling concerns could complicate their plans.