Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for November totaled nearly $1.72 billion, for an increase of $75.9 million, or 4.6 percent, compared to November 2015.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that recent research confirms that students in Georgia’s Pre-K Program continue to exhibit positive outcomes across all areas of learning through the end of kindergarten.
Technical College System of Georgia will provide $9 million to establish academies in Chattahoochee, Tift and Worth counties
Recommendations sought for City of South Fulton, City of Stonecrest representatives
Forms nominating committee to name replacements
The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division last week announced that Georgia has been selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazine’s 21 “Best of the World” destinations for 2017.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced the first winner of the new Innovation Fund Tiny Grant program, a competitive grant opportunity for traditional public schools, charter schools and school districts.
Judy Brownell, Board of Human Services (reappointment)
Based on recommendations by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD), Gov. Nathan Deal approved a Level 2 Drought Response designation for more than 50 counties.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that The Weather Company, an IBM Business, will create 400 jobs and relocate its headquarters from Cobb County to DeKalb County in the spring of 2017.