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Business jet manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. says it plans to add about 35 employees to its operations in Brunswick to keep up with an expanding workload finishing aircraft.
No. 2 Brooks County proved they are for real and will challenge for the state title after a 27-24 win over No. 4 Fitzgerald. The two Region 1-AA programs have both had solid seasons, but the Trojans' win puts them in the catb...
Japanese electrical giant Mitsubishi Power celebrated the shipment of its first ever American-made gas turbine. Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas President Koji Hasagawa pressed a button that lifted the veil on the shrink-wrapped turbine, the size and shape of a NASA rocket.
Company officials say the solar energy system will produce nearly 2 million kilowatt hours of electricity annually. According to EPA estimates, that's equivalent to carbon dioxide emissions from 170 homes a year.
The Georgia Ports Authority says the state’s shipping terminals in Savannah and Brunswick are off to a promising start in the new fiscal year that started July 1. Overall tonnage of cargo moving through Savannah and Brunswick was up 5.6 percent to more than 4.5 million tons of imports and exports during the same two months.
An Indianapolis-based educational foundation is giving $600,000 to three Savannah higher education institutions. The Lumina Foundation is aiming to double the number of Latino students enrolling in and completing college in a four county area.
The leader of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah is offering his blessings to dogs, cats and other faithful pets.