Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Ivy Linen Services, a linen management and outsourcing firm for upscale Atlanta hotels, will open in Fulton County, creating new 150 jobs and investing up to $6 million into a new facility.
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Gov. Nathan Deal and the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) today launched the Veterans Re-Entry Dorm Program, which provides rehabilitated veteran offenders the opportunity to live in supportive living environments and receive specific re-entry services.
Gov. Nathan Deal and First Lady Sandra Deal today welcomed 109 middle school students and 14 high school students throughout Georgia to the Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen (REACH) Georgia program, a needs-based scholarship launched by the governor in 2012 and designed to promote academic success and expand access to higher education.
Gov. Nathan Deal today congratulated the Gwinnett County Public Schools, which won this year’s Broad Prize for Urban Education and will receive a $500,000 in scholarship money for high school seniors graduating in 2015.
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Gov. Nathan Deal, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), the State Transportation Board and other state and local leaders today broke ground for the Northwest Corridor (NWC) Georgia Express Lanes project, some 30 miles of managed lanes which will increase mobility for I-75 and I-575 motorists and bolster economic development efforts.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Chaparral Boats will expand its existing facility, creating 50 new jobs in Berrien County.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that TSYS, a global payments company headquartered in Columbus, will create up to 450 jobs through a new contact center in Henry County.
Gov. Nathan Deal and the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), today announced that all 159 Georgia counties have been designated Camera Ready.
Comcast on Friday joined First Lady Sandra Deal, State Senator Christian Coomer, Bartow County Schools Superintendent Dr. John Harper and other state leaders to launch digital literacy at Hamilton Crossing Elementary School in Cartersville.