Savannah cancels St. Patrick’s Parade, again

  Lost amidst the furor over the elections on Tuesday, the City of Savannah has made it official and decided to cancel the St. Patrick’s Day Parade this year. The impact of Covid-19 will indeed stretch into 2021.  “I hoped and prayed that our situation might...

One week to go – a last look at fundraising

  Tomorrow is the last day for early voting in the Senate runoff race. Election day – in case the redwood worth of mailers you have likely gotten has not made it clear – is a week from today. Polls are showing both races neck and neck and it looks like turnout of...

New Macon mayor presents report for renewal

  Lester Miller is taking Macon’s mayoral reins at an unusual time. After many years with Mayor Robert Reichert, Macon lawyer and long-time Board of Education member and president Miller is moving into the mayor’s office. The transition to a new...

Columbus-based healthcare company expands operations

  The same week that vaccines began rolling out across the country, one of Georgia’s own companies involved in health care logistics and supply chain solutions, Path-Tec, announced that it is expanding its operations in Columbus. One of the things Path-Tec does...

NFIB warns impact of COVID on small business

  The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Research Center has released its latest national survey on the impact to small business of the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns. The NFIB has done 14 of these surveys since early March.  The most...

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