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Department of Labor Working to Expedite Occupational Licenses for Veterans

Veterans and transitioning servicemembers face unique barriers to entry into licensed civilian occupations. Despite having acquired relevant skills and experience, veterans and transitioning servicemembers can encounter lengthy processes and educational requirements to obtain the credentials, such as occupational licenses, needed to enter civilian employment that can impose additional time and financial costs.

Georgia Pub Ordered to Pay $15,500 to Settle EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Suit

Rocco's Pub, a Jasper, Ga.,  restaurant and bar operated by Ciorrocco's, Inc., will pay $15,500 to settle a pregnancy discrimination charge  brought by the...

Leadership SE Georgia 2018 class kicks off at Little St. Simons Island and tour...

Leadership Southeast Georgia is a program that is designed to develop and nurture engaged community leaders to effectively work promoting positive growth while improving...

You are needed. Become a volunteer.

During the upcoming holiday season Hearth Hospice is seeking to fill even more volunteer positions. Hearth Hospice is the only hospice based in Chattooga...

Tractor Supply is COMING SOON

Tractor Supply is coming to Chattooga County. Founded in 1938 as a mail order company focusing on agriculture and based out of Nashville, TN....

Southwire to Expand its Presence in Douglas County

Southwire, one of the nation's largest cable manufacturers and distributors, sought and was granted approval to participate in the Douglas County tax savings incentive plan...

Georgia Sets Trade Record

“Trade is a vital part of our state’s economy, and it is exciting to see Georgia products in such high demand across the globe. I thank Governor Perdue and Governor Deal for prioritizing Georgia's success on the international stage and their commitment to expanding our state's trade industry," stated Governor Kemp.

Local Tree Cutter Injured while Cutting Down Tree

Redmond EMS and the Chattooga County Sheriff's Department responded to a call yesterday morning after, local tree cutter, Kevin Godfrey got his hand caught...

Lockheed Martin Sued by EEOC For Disability Discrimination And Retaliation

Aerospace Company Refused to Reasonably Accommodate Administrative Assistant with Cognitive Processing Disability, Fired Her, Federal Agency Alleges Lockheed Martin Corporation and Lockheed Martin Enterprise Operations...