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Many parents and grandparents love to set aside some money for their kids in their lives, opening up bank accounts and other assets. It can be a wonderful and kind thing to do, to set aside money for their future, but it’s important to do it the right way. Too many well-meaning adults don’t realize …

The consequences for a DUI conviction can be steep. Jail time, hefty fines, and losing your license are only the beginning; depending on your circumstances you may also lose your job, compromise your child custody agreement, and experience other major setbacks. Understandably, you may want to know the details of Georgia’s DUI laws, and how …

The outcomes of your criminal case can determine the rest of your life, and impact the lives of those you love as well. Because there is so much on the line, it’s critical that you select the right attorney for your defense, but there are dozens of criminal defense attorneys in Greensboro. So how do …

Novelis Inc. is set to invest $175 million to upgrade its already massive plant between Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil, where it collects and recycles scrap aluminum into ingots that are flattened into rolled products. The project at the remote Pindamonhangaba plant is to create more than 50 new jobs as the Atlanta-based Read more

The Georgia Farm Bureau Federation is Georgia's largest and strongest voluntary agricultural organization with more than 300,000 member families. It is an independent, non-governmental organization. The membership is mainly composed of farm families in rural communities and of people who want Georgia to be agriculturally successful, progressive and prosperous.

Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2019 Highlights Net income attributable to common shareholder of $116 million; excluding special items, net income increased 56% YoY Adjusted EBITDA increased 18% YoY to...

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. -- A Milledgeville boy has money to put towards his education after winning a Georgia Agriculture Department contest with a 20-pound cabbage he grew. Braylon Wright won the $1,000 as part of Bonnie's Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage Contest after months of hard work. RELATED: Milledgeville boy enters 4-foot cabbage in contest for $1K scholarship.

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