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Production of Electric Vehicles in Georgia to Begin in First Half of 2025, Officials Say

At groundbreaking celebrations Tuesday for the Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant (HMGMA), it was revealed that production is expected to begin.

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Report Card: Math and Reading Scores of 4th and 8th Graders Declined in Most States During Pandemic

A majority of states saw scores decline for fourth- and eighth-graders in mathematics and reading between 2019 and 2022, according.

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Report: Georgia has one of the nation’s best improvements in its unemployment rate

(The Center Square) — Georgia reported one of the best changes in its unemployment rate of any state in the.

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Hyundai Motor Group Breaks Ground on Metaplant America Dedicated EV and Battery Plant

Hyundai Motor Group Executive Chair Euisun Chung, along with Governor Brian P. Kemp, and company officials, and state and local leaders, officially.

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Report gives Georgia prison system poor grades for its compassionate care release program

(The Center Square) — A national advocacy group gave Georgia a failing grade for its compassionate release programs. The Families.

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This Is How Much Money Georgia’s Economy Makes From the Gun Industry

Gun ownership has been a staple of traditional American life since the inception of the country, and even long before.

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Georgia State Parks, Aimee Copeland Foundation Provide All-Terrain Track Chairs for Mobility-Impaired Visitors

After being diagnosed with a rare flesh-eating bacterial infection from a 2012 zip-lining accident, Georgia native Aimee Copeland found herself.

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State Officials Still Promoting Rental, Utility, Housing Related Assistance

Guest Column Contributed by: Tonya Cureton Curry, Deputy Commissioner of Housing, Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA)   As America continues to.

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More Than Ever: USG Once Again Breaks Record on Degrees Awarded

The number of degrees awarded by University System of Georgia (USG) institutions increased in FY2022 to an all-time high of.

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Georgia ports officials say economic ‘correction’ could slow growth of freight traffic

(The Center Square) — While the Georgia Ports Authority continues to handle a high volume of freight, officials are warning.

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