Since 2008, Augusta has appeared in 20 national rankings, receiving high marks for being the "most resilient metro economy." But what do these ratings mean to recruiters?
A $79 million funding request approved by Congress needs a final OK from the White House's Office of Management and Budget to prevent Savannah River Site furloughs.
About 2,000 Savannah River Nuclear Solutions workers will be placed on reduced schedules April 1 over sequestration concerns, and others will be given "full furloughs."
With federal revenues at soon-to-be record levels, lying is the only way they can squeeze more money out of you.
...OBAMA has never prepared a budget and has no intention of ever presenting one to Congress, why do we need the Office of Management and Budget? What do those people do all day? Shouldn't that entire agency be abolished? DID THE REV. LUIS Leon...
Comments from readers: IF THE AUGUSTA Recycling Plant is making so much money, shouldn't they be paying me for my recyclables and my efforts to recycle every week? THE MAKERS OF violent video games and the gun cultural of Hollywood should share some of the blame in regards to gun violence. BUCKETS FULL OF RAVES for Pat VanHooser's article in the Sunday paper. Should be a "must read" for everyone. Thank you, thank you!
Sequestration impacts at Savannah River Site would include the furlough of more than 1,000 workers for about four months, according to a new Congressional analysis.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham says the nation is beginning to move toward a national vision for its ports.
The Obama administration says the $300 million deepening of the Charleston Harbor shipping channel is nationally significant and promised to expedite the work.
House Republicans questioned Wednesday whether the White House rushed approval of a half-billion-dollar loan guarantee for a now-bankrupt solar panel manufacturer once cited as the kind of renewable energy company worthy of federal stimulus money.