Imagine your doctor checking your blood pressure, cholesterol and ... financial well-being.
Georgia’s Secretary of State’s Office and the non-profit Investor Protection Trust are teaming up to train doctors to include financial questions during check-ups with older patients.
The Georgia Farm Bureau’s 72nd annual convention is underway on Jekyll Island.
Governor-elect Nathan Deal told the group Monday he plans to cut state spending to keep within the state’s shrinking state budget.
Some blueberries in South Georgia are at risk of getting two new diseases. Ring Blotch and Leaf Scorch are becoming more prominent in Southern High Bush varieties. It is the most profitable fruit in Georgia and blueberry farmers worried these diseases could ruin their crops.
Testimony wrapped up Wednesday at the Public Service Commission about Georgia Power’s request to raise rates.
Georgia Power wants approval to charge customers another $1.2 billion over three years.
That breaks down to a $10.88 spike to the average customer’s bill each month.
A consultant working for the half-billion-dollar port being developed jointly by Georgia and South Carolina says, the project could get its permits as early as 2012.
The early timeline pleases local officials.