Population growth has long been a source of worry in India, which now has more people than China: 1.46 billion residents. But some experts are optimistic about the impact of this population boom.
Qcells’ factories near Dalton will produce 2.5 million panels for a community solar project.
The Macon-Bibb County Industrial Authority terminated the lease at Middle Georgia Regional Airport at the company’s request.
Parts of the Himalayas in India are seeing people leave for cities that offer more jobs. Those left behind feel forgotten as the government looks to use the land for resources for the growing cities.
If you think that African countries have nothing to contribute to the global food supply, Ndidi Nunweli would like you to think about what you eat daily.
A European-owned ammunition maker will build a new manufacturing, assembly, and distribution facility in Bryan County,
Film and television productions spent $4.4 billion in the Peach State in fiscal 2022, which ended June 30, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday. That’s up from the previous record of $4 billion set in fiscal 2021.
The General Assembly passed legislation two years ago requiring all film productions located in Georgia to undergo mandatory audits by the state Department of Revenue or third-party auditors selected by the agency.
Macon Mayor Lester Miller is considering new transit network as county moves forward with pickleball courts and outdoor event venue.
Georgia is preparing to build one of the state’s largest economic development projects of all time starting this summer: a 2,200-acre electric vehicle manufacturing plant an hour east of Atlanta in Morgan and Walton counties. But the announcement came as a shock to residents there, and some are mobilizing to voice their concerns — or halt it altogether.
While only four states have grown more than Georgia since the release of the 2020 U.S. Census, the Peach State’s population increase came as the nation’s population grew at the slowest rate since its founding.
The state Department of Education is responding to last week’s announcement that a major electric vehicle manufacturing plant will be built in Georgia by creating an EV career pathway.
A combination of public and private financing will bring new apartments, shops, restaurants, venues and higher education facilities to the area surrounding the Gainesville Square, as well as improved sidewalks and parking options.
It might surprise you that rural Georgia doesn't have enough affordable housing — and the homes people can afford aren't where they want to live.
Nearly $11 billion in new investments during fiscal 2021, which ended June 30, represented a 46% increase over the last fiscal year, while 33,439 jobs created across the state beat the previous record by 5%.