UGA’s success no sweat for tourism officials

  Atlanta tourism officials say the prospect of the University of Georgia playing in next month’s SEC Championship Game is no reason to worry about the game’s economic impact. Bulldog fans, they say, would likely spend just as much money as fans of rival schools....

Netherworld down to final days in location

  Netherworld has long been a Halloween fixture near I-85 just north of the Gwinnett-DeKalb line, but the seasonal attraction is down to just more than a week in that spot. At the end of this season, the high-tech haunted house will move to the southern end of...

Sen. Perdue pushes bill to protect credit

  U.S. Sen. David Perdue (R.-GA) introduced a senate bill to allow national credit freezes in response to a series of breaches at credit reporting agencies, most notably at Atlanta-based Equifax. Perdue’s bill is the senate companion to a bill introduced in the...

Tolls may be future for new roads

  Gwinnett County plans to use tolls to pay for at least part of the cost of an 8.3-mile extension to Sugarloaf Parkway, and this may not be the last time drivers in Georgia pay for new or expanded roads as they use them. It certainly isn’t the first. The Georgia...

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