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Hospitals Limiting Visitors Because of Flu

Floyd Medical Center and Polk Medical Center are restricting visitors because of rising flu cases. These measures are being taken to protect patients, members of...

Greg Martin wins Service with a Smile Award

This week’s 4-H Service With a Smile award goes to Greg Martin who works at Bowman Auto Sales.  Greg was anonymously nominated by someone...

Georgia Grown Products Selected as Good Food Awards Finalists

Eight Georgia Grown products have been named in a competitive pool of finalists for the 2019 Good Food Awards. With over 2,000 entries, The...

John Fair joins Peach State FCU

Peach State FCU is pleased to welcome John Fair, former President/CEO of Southeast FCU, to the credit union’s Executive team as the Chief of...

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...

Boehringer Ingelheim To Create 225 Jobs, Invest Over $120 Million in Georgia

Boehringer Ingelheim To Create 225 Jobs, Invest Over $120 Million in Georgia

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

Amazon Hiring in Georgia, 1,200 Positions to be Filled

  Beginning Monday, Amazon will launch its new hiring event to fill just over 1,000 positions at the newest location in Georgia. The company says 1,200...

US Department of Labor Trying to Cut Improper Payments on Unemployment Insurance Program

The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced a series of new initiatives aimed at reducing improper payments in the Unemployment Insurance (UI) program.