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Manufacturer Steves & Sons, Inc. to Invest Over $100 Million in Jackson County

Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday that Steves & Sons, Inc., a high volume and family-owned millwork manufacturer, will invest over.

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Georgia Lottery hits record for first quarter with $389.9M in profits for education

(The Center Square) — The Georgia Lottery Corp. reported its most profitable first quarter since its start in 1993. The.

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Aerospace company plans to build electric aircraft in Georgia, but taxpayer subsidies are unknown

(The Center Square) — An aerospace company offering “sustainable urban air mobility” plans to spend $118 million on electric vertical.

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Report finds thousands of Georgia residents ‘missing’ from the labor force

(The Center Square) — While Georgia officials routinely tout the state’s low unemployment rate, a new report found hundreds of.

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Despite gas tax moratorium, Georgia tax revenues continue to rise

(The Center Square) — Georgia continues to see its tax collections increase. In October, the state’s net tax collections exceeded.

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Indictment: Special Mgmt Unit Officer Helped Inmate Charged in Tattnall Murder for Hire

A corrections officer who worked in what is touted as one of the most secure and stringent GDC facilities in.

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GaDOE posts new ELA standards for public comment

Based on the recommendation of State School Superintendent Richard Woods, the Georgia Department of Education has posted new K-12 English.

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Global Baking Company Grupo Bimbo to Build New Facility in Lowndes County

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced Friday that Grupo Bimbo, a leading global baking company, will invest over $200 million to.

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Kemp Extends Gas Tax Suspension and Supply Chain State of Emergency Ahead of ‘Looming Diesel Shortage’

This is a press release from the Office of Governor Brian Kemp. Governor Brian P. Kemp today signed two executive.

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Despite legal battle, $5B Rivian electric vehicle plant still in progress for Georgia

(The Center Square) — Work on electric vehicle manufacturer Rivian Automotive’s $5 billion plant will progress as planned despite an.

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