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The Georgia Ports Authority said Thursday business was up across the board last month at its shipping terminals in Savannah and Brunswick. The state agency said the ports moved 13 percent more cargo from the same month a year ago.
During the economic recession, sales in women's fashion have lagged while sales in their accessories have gained. Women, it seems, won't spend a fortune on a frock when they could pinch pennies on a purse. E-commerce websites and television shows also are contributing to an accent on accessories.
Prosecutors in southeast Georgia have charged five more men in connection with an anti-government militia that authorities say was led by Army soldiers from Fort Stewart. A federal prosecutor said the men are accused of committing thefts, burglaries and auto break-ins to fund the militia group.
The biggest shakeup of a classification in recent memory happened over the weekend when six of the top 10 teams in Class A lost, including the top three teams. The new No. 1 team, Aquinas, ascended to No. 1 with a 2-0 record ...
Tenants are reporting mold, mildew and leaks in a new Savannah apartment complex that received $13 million in city funds to replace outdated, low-income housing. City leaders have touted Savannah Gardens, a $100 million development, as a public-private partnership to combat blight.
Scientists at the Savannah River Site have identified a bacteria growing on old nuclear fuel.
Derelict boats are littering Georgia's coast. Products of a dismal economy for boaters, these environmental hazards are costly to remove and no one seems to have money to do it. A new effort is putting a small dent in a big problem.
It's time for the executive in charge of Georgia's seaports to give his annual update on the shipping business in Savannah. Curtis Foltz, executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority, was scheduled to deliver his State of the Port speech Thursday.
Another South Carolina agency wants to enter the federal lawsuit challenging the $650 million dredging of the Savannah River shipping channel. The state Department of Health and Environmental Control says it should be allowed to participate because it would have to issue a Pollution Control Act permit for the dredging if the court requires one.
Defending a title is hard as teams are coming after you on a weekly basis. Defending a title and an extending winning streak may be even tougher, but three GHSA football defending champions have gotten off on the right foot t...
Federal officials are meeting to discuss mixed-oxide fuel at an old nuclear weapons site near Augusta. The meeting is one of several the Energy Department is holding around the country to discuss an environmental impact statement for the MOX facility at the Savannah River Site.