DOR Extends Relief to Farmers and Fishermen

The Georgia Department of Revenue is providing estimated tax penalty relief to farmers and fisherman.

MSN Money Calls Georgia Infrastructure ‘2nd Best in the Nation’

Georgia’s transportation infrastructure ranks second best in the nation among U.S. states, according to a report published by MSN Money.  

VA partners with Microsoft to improve how rural Veterans access VA’s online services and...

One of the main components is improving access to telemedicine.

Officials: Georgia Boy Dies in Hot Car as Parents Sleep in House

A little boy has passed away after getting stuck in a hot car. Authorities say Melinda and Robert King were sleeping inside a house in...

EPA Proposes Amendments to the Coal Ash Regulations, Reconsiders the Beneficial Use Provisions and...

Among the proposed changes is the proposal to require an environmental demonstration based on location (like proximity to wetland, floodplain, etc) instead of weight.

Georgia’s Net Tax Revenue Up 0.7% in September

Sales and use tax collections increased while others - like motor vehicles taxes and gas taxes - decreased.

Holiday travelers reminded not to attempt to illegally carry weapons aboard flights

New citation system brings tougher penalties in Augusta, Savannah, Brunswick

USDA Invests $4.4 Million in Rural Broadband Infrastructure in Georgia County

The service area includes 2,159 households, 25 pre-subscribed businesses, two critical community facilities, an educational facility and 24 pre-subscribed farms, including 22 poultry farms

Kemp to Issue Executive Orders with Isolation Mandates for Some, Shutdown of Bars &...

Governor Brian Kemp announced in a press conference Monday afternoon that a number of additional initiatives will be implemented as the state moves to combat COVID-19.

Georgia Annual Ban On Open Burning Begins May 1

The open burning ban will be in effect for 54 Georgia counties.