Starting March 1, riders in three south Atlanta areas can request a shuttle via the free MARTA Reach app to bring them to or from an existing bus or rail station.
A longtime favorite delicacy of seafood fanatics could lead to more jobs in Georgia and stimulate the local economy, experts say.
Just days before contract cutoff with Northside Hospital, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield has named longtime Anthem official as new president of its Georgia Operation.
2021 was the year of construction in Gainesville’s historic downtown. Locals said they are excited about the new residences, shops and restaurants coming to the area.
In the midst of a statewide labor shortage, immigrant and refugee advocacy organizations are fighting to provide economic opportunities for foreign-born Georgia residents. These groups say global talent will help draw immigrant communities to the South.
Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount testimony to the Senate Homeland Security Committee on the May 7 cyberattack provided a rare window into the dilemma faced by the private sector amid a storm of ransomware attacks in which overseas hackers breach a company’s network and encrypt their data, demanding a ransom to release it back to them.
Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday signed a 2022 Georgia state budget that restores some money to K-12 education, increases some mental health funding, and pays nursing home operators more.
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Big business has ratcheted up its objections to proposals that would make it harder to vote, with several hundred companies and executives signing a new statement opposing "any discriminatory legislation."
Gov. Brian Kemp told business leaders Monday he will sign legislation to expand economic opportunities for Georgians in Cobb County.
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