State labor officials say Georgia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has dropped to 8.2 percent in April.
The deal to relocate the GreenJackets to North Augusta was on life support, but now, city leaders are reviving their hopes. They've drawn up a new financing plan, but they'll have to be approved by the school board and county council first. News 12's Chad Mills sits down with the mayor to find out more about the new plan.
Bridgestone Americas says it will begin hiring in early 2014 for jobs in Aiken County.
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. has announced it is closing its fragrances ingredients plant in Augusta.
The Richmond County Tax Office has a warning for you: Pay your property taxes. The office says they have given individuals extra time to pay because of the sluggish economy.
New jobs are brewing off Mike Padgett Highway in Augusta at the soon-to-be finished Starbucks facility. The facility will be opening in early 2014 and with it brings 100 jobs for people in the area.
The future of ice hockey in Augusta continues to hang in the balance. The floor at the James Brown Arena is still not working properly.
Starbucks has posted information on available jobs at the Augusta manufacturing plant.
Things are looking good for another manufacturer to open its doors in Aiken County. It'll include a number of new, good-paying jobs. It's another building block to help revitalize an area that's seen better days.
A General Motors spokesman says the company is planning to open an information technology center in suburban Atlanta and is looking to create about 1,000 jobs in the area.
Work continues on what will soon be the largest nuclear generating station in the country. On Thursday afternoon, News 12 got an exclusive hard hat tour of the construction at Plant Vogtle.
A machine company has announced plans for an expansion of its Savannah facility that is expected to add up to 200 jobs.
Pro Towels said Monday that it was investing $2.5 million in the effort. Company president Kevin Nord says the company needs to expand to meet increasing customer demand.
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