May Tax Revenues in Georgia Fall -10.1%

Year-to-date net tax collections totaled $20.81 billion for a decrease of roughly $857.9 million, or -4 percent, compared to the previous fiscal year when net tax revenues totaled nearly $21.67 billion.

Georgia Power customers to see reduction on June bills

Georgia Power announced last week that customers will see a reduction on their June power bills.

GPA commissions first nine Mason Mega Rail tracks

Georgia Ports Authority’s Mason Mega Rail project, in the works for more than four years and designed to expand service to the Southeast and Midwestern U.S., has passed a major milestone.

Savannah harbor deepening sets precedent; four dredges working simultaneously

The deepening of the Savannah harbor has set a new precedent with four dredges working simultaneously.

First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta, Manuel’s Tavern Listed in the National Register of Historic...

The National Register provides formal recognition of a property's architectural, historical, or archaeological significance.

What Will Georgia’s Budget Cuts Look Like?

Where are they looking to cut? Based on budget plans submitted so far, at least 1,000 filled jobs would be eliminated and thousands of state employees would be furloughed.

Kemp Extends State of Emergency Through July 12th

The latest executive order address summer school, summer camp, bars, the circus, and much more -->

REPORT: Against Plea of Deputy, EMH Discharged Man Who Later Died in Officer-Involved Shooting

Evans County deputies responded to six calls involving Yassin Mohamed, the man who later died in an officer involved shooting. One of those calls included a transport to Evans Memorial Hospital where a deputy was reportedly told the man 'was not a candidate' for 1013 mental health treatment.

Georgia State Patrol Graduates its 108th Trooper School

After 32 weeks of intense training, 31 new troopers will report to one of the 52 patrol posts throughout the state.

State Making Emergency Funds for Road Repair Available to Counties

Funds made available through the Georgia Department of Transportation will support costs incurred repairing storm damage to local, county roads