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Secretary of State Warning Against E-mail Scam

Have you received the scam email?

Mohawk Industries Again Ranks as Top Flooring Company in Training’s Elite List

Mohawk took top honors among all flooring companies on the 17th annual Training magazine “Top 125” list, placing 66 alongside some of the United...

Georgia: Not Just Peaches and Peanuts

As of 2018, Georgia had 41,600 small, medium and large farms, covering more than 10 million total acres.

Op-Ed: Celebrating the Rise of Minority-Owned Businesses

When President Nixon signed the executive order creating MBDA, the nation’s minority population was less than 40 million. Nixon recognized that, although minority-owned businesses then were only 4 percent of America’s businesses, empowering the entrepreneurial spirit of minority men and women was vital for the future of the American economy.

Should we care the Blanchard era is over?

    When it was announced last Thursday that Billy Blanchard is vacating the presidency of CB&T early in 2017, the final paragraphs of an important...

Hospitals Limiting Visitors Because of Flu

Floyd Medical Center and Polk Medical Center are restricting visitors because of rising flu cases. These measures are being taken to protect patients, members of...

Justice Department Sues to Shut Down Promoters of Conservation Easement Tax Scheme Operating out...

The United States filed a complaint seeking an order stopping Nancy Zak, Claud Clark III, EcoVest Capital Inc., Alan N. Solon, Robert M. McCullough,...

Hamburger Chain in Georgia Sued Over Disability Discrimination

The Krystal Company, the owner and operator of a quick-serve hamburger restaurant chain headquartered in Dunwoody, Georgia, unlawfully discriminated against an employee when it...

Georgia to Receive More Than $16M in Consumer Protection Settlement with Wells Fargo

Attorney General Chris Carr announced this week that Wells Fargo Bank N.A. will pay $575 million to resolve state consumer protection claims for alleged...

First Confirmed Bird Flu in Chattooga County

Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black released the following statement regarding a commercial poultry breeding operation in Chattooga County that tested positive for H7 avian flu....