In its busiest August on record and the Authority’s second busiest month ever for container trade, Savannah handled 348,297 twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 5.3 percent or 17,451 TEUs compared to the same month a year ago.
Hurricane Irma is long gone, but in her path of destruction, she leaves more than a dozen - possibly more - tainted gas pumps.
Insurers that have or will process lawful cancellation or nonrenewal notices during the time in which Georgia is in a State of Emergency are encouraged to ensure that policyholders impacted by legal adverse underwriting decisions have sufficient time to address their insurance needs.
Two hospitals in Georgia are collaborating for a clinical partnership to specialize in surgeries.
Georgia Attorney General, Chris Carr, says 5 million Georgians had their data compromised in the Equifax data breach.
Georgia Department of Revenue gives tax relief Georgians impacted by IRMA.
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The organization’s release says line crews from any U.S. electric cooperative can join the effort because the network of transmission and distribution infrastructure owned by cooperatives is built to federal standards.