Deepening the Savannah harbor to accommodate larger ships is now the number one priority for officials in the coastal city.
Still, there is cause for concern coming from one city official... the one in charge of drinking water.
While millions of football fans watched the Packers face off against the Steelers in the Super Bowl, a group of University of Georgia researchers were more interested in the commercials.
The social networking site Twitter helped them find out exactly how the ads made people feel.
Two metro Atlanta communities are using federal grant money to study the possibility of building high-speed rail lines. They're projects that could tie-in to the bigger transit projects already being studied in Georgia.
"Good evening...The world has never known a day quite like today. It faced the considerable uncertainties and dangers of the worst nuclear power plant accident of the atomic age and the horror tonight is that it could get much worse."
Expect to pay more next time you check in to a hotel.
Room rates are on the rise in Georgia and across the nation because demand for rooms is up and there’s no new supply on the horizon, according to hotel industry analyst Mark Skinner.
Atlanta-based shipping giant United Parcel Service says it plans to turn last year’s success into record earnings per share in 2011.
In 2010, earnings improved to $3.6 billion dollars and revenue was up 9.4 percent
Historic preservation brings in jobs and tax revenue to communities across the state, according to a new report. It has prompted the Department of Natural Resources to revive efforts to demonstrate the value of history.