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Plant Vogtle’s Unit 4 Testing Back on Track

Georgia Power announced earlier this week that plant equipment for Vogtle's Unit 4 is now "energized, or permanently powered," in a press release. The...

Veteran Sees Potential in Agritourism

When Kiammie Freeman mentions the word “agritourism,” she often gets a blank stare in return. People don’t know what it means. “I grew up around...

Protecting Electrical Service from Mother Nature

Utility companies are used to dealing with Mother Nature during major events like hurricanes and tornadoes, but sometimes it is the little things that...

Georgia Tourism Springs Back to Life, Business Struggle to Regain Staffing

School’s out, the sun’s up, and people everywhere are flocking to Georgia’s beaches and mountains, but tourists could be in for longer check-in times in the hotel lobby or shorter hours at the tiki bar as some business owners say they can’t find enough staff to meet demand.

Dine & Dish: Pineapple Ink Tavern

“I don’t know,” I lamented. “My husband has to work that night.” “Get a sitter,” insisted my friend Jesus. “You need a girls’ night.” He was...

Urban Redevelopment Agency Comes Out Ahead on Beacon Station Sale

In May of 2018, the city of Augusta approved funding on the development of the Beacon Station apartment complex, located at 1480 Wrightsboro Rd....

Colonial Pipeline CEO: Paying $4.4M Ransom ‘One of Toughest Decisions’

The CEO of Colonial Pipeline, which underwent a ransomware attack in early May that led to massive shutdowns of gas stations across the Southeast, said during a U.S. Senate hearing on Tuesday that it was his decision to pay a ransom to restore the company’s operations.

Port of Savannah Weathered Pandemic Better Than Expected

The Port of Savannah is experiencing strong year-over-year growth despite the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

Five Generations Have Worked at Luigi’s

As Luigi’s staff prepared for the Saturday night crowd on June 5, Sebastian Latch grabbed a carpet sweeper and did his part. The 7-year-old...

Industrial Broker Receives Highest Award

Editor's Note: Joe Edge is the Publisher of The Augusta Press as well as the Broker/President of Sherman & Hemstreet Real Estate Co. Edge...

Bruster’s Location in Evans Closing Permanently this Week

The Bruster's located at 516 N. Belair Rd. in Evans will serve its last scoop on Friday, June 11 at 11 p.m., according to...

Your Weekly CSRA Business Digest

Dr. Greg George, director of the Center for Economic Analysis at Middle Georgia State University's School of Business, recently conducted a study on Augusta...
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