Georgia Company Ordered to Pay $49,500 in Back Wages After US Department of Labor...

$49,500 in back wages and liquidated damages to 70 employees for violating the minimum wage, overtime, and recordkeeping provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act

Georgia Company Ordered to Pay $60,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit

Employee With Asperger's Syndrome Denied a  Reasonable Accommodation and Fired While on Medical Leave, Federal Agency Charged

Georgia: Not Just Peaches and Peanuts

As of 2018, Georgia had 41,600 small, medium and large farms, covering more than 10 million total acres.

Bass Pro Shop Gun Thieves Admit Guilt, Await Sentencing

All three defendants involved in the theft of nine firearms from a Macon-based federal firearms licensee are now awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to...

Berry makes best farm list

The farms at Berry College have been named among the best in the nation by one college review organization. Best College Reviews has listed Berry...

COLUMN: Mr. Hoyt Williams honored at Wal-Mart Headquarters in honor of Veterans Day

At the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of November, Wal-Mart Headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas rolled out the red carpet for several employees who...


As the world’s largest flooring manufacturer, Mohawk Industries is taking action to serve the communities impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Across the company,...

Gift card company to create more than 150 jobs in Georgia

A leading prepaid technology company to expand jobs in Georgia.

Airlines raising checked-bag fees: Delta, United & JetBlue

Check baggage fees are going up.

Solar Producer to Invest $89 Million in Georgia

Lt. Governor Casey Cagle joined members of the Georgia House of Representatives and Clay County officials in the Rotunda at the Georgia State Capitol today to announce...