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State Sen. Bill Cowsert decides against a bid prompting Ga. Rep. Bruce Williamson to give it "prayerful consideration."
The 2nd Annual “Business Owners Day at the Capital” got under way at 7:30 a.m. on Jan. 31, 2013.
Purchases of WaterSense-labeled products will be exempt from state and local sales taxes from midnight Oct. 5 through Oct. 7.
The company has pledged to invest $1 billion in the new plasma fractionation plant that reportedly will add up to 3 million liters of new capacity annually once fully functional.
Officials with the Hard Labor Creek Reservoir Project learned Wednesday they had been approved for the full $32 million loan they had applied for to help bring water to the region.
Officials with the Hard Labor Creek Project learned Friday that the project has definitely been awarded state funding to help complete the project - they just don't know how much.
Officials working on the Hard Labor Creek Reservoir Project are keeping an eye on Gov. Nathan Deal's plans to release $300 million in low-interest state loans or grant funding to ensure Georgia's future water supply.
Georgia businessman Herman Cain has moved up in the polls, joining the top tier of GOP primary presidential candidates, after his strong win in the Florida Straw Poll last week.
A spokesperson for the Georgia State Patrol confirmed that Alex Fowlin, who is 10 and not 11 as reported, did not die in the Rockdale County Wreck on Saturday night.
The gmail account of the Rt. Rev. Foley Beach, pastor of the Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville and head of the Anglican Church of the South, was hacked and emails sent out to his thousands of contacts requesting money in his name.
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