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Computer glitches prevented Georgians from signing up for health insurance coverage under the federal exchange today. The first day of enrollment under the Affordable Care Act had many people staring at screens.
The half-way point in the regular season has just passed and when one looks at some of the games over the past five weeks, there is little to do other than to shake your head in disbelief. The 2013 pre-season polls looked fai...
Filmmakers producing a new Spongebob Squarepants movie are now in Savannah. The production office opened yesterday and will remain for a few weeks. City officials say the film won't be slowed by the suspension of a key bureaucrat.
Savannah's film office director has been suspended over complaints regarding the upcoming production of "SpongeBob 2 The Movie."
The Savannah-Chatham County police chief is retiring a day after it was revealed that City Hall is investigating a sexual harassment claim against him.
Hilton Worldwide has approximately 30 job openings in the metro Atlanta and metro Savannah area. Job opportunities include, but are not limited to the following:Human Resources Housekeeping
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is widely expected to cruise to a second term in November. He faces two largely unknown competitors. And speculation has shifted to what he might run for next. Political experts say the answer could be the governor’s office or Congress but many questions remain.
Savannah residents involved in the city's diverse music industry told state lawmakers yesterday to expand their definition of arts funding. A panel dealing with music and the economy learned there's more to music jobs than live concerts.
Gov. Nathan Deal is in Panama touring the major expansion underway of the Panama Canal and says the project there underscores the need for the Port of Savannah to deepen its shipping channel. Deal returns to Georgia on Tuesday.
Georgia's medium-sized cities aren't entirely on their own when it comes to enrollment help under the Affordable Care Act. Federal health navigator grants went to organizations based either in Metro Atlanta or in Georgia's smallest communities. Places in the middle, such as Savannah and Columbus, weren't part of the recent award.