RICHMOND, Va., July 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In 2020, the pandemic brought the curtain down on entertainment across the nation as sports, concerts and other live events were postponed or canceled entirely. Entertainment venues from box offices to sports arenas and performance halls are mounting a quick recovery in 2021: new data from Allianz Partners USA's 13th annual Vacation Confidence Index* shows that Americans are now ready to resume engaging in large-scale entertainment.
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PINEHURST, N.C., July 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting, a firm that helps veterans achieve the VA disability rating they are medically eligible for, today announced plans for continued company growth into 2022. The company moved swiftly to adjust to COVID-19 challenges and hired 71 employees in 2020 with an additional 40 hires by mid-2021.
(The Center Square) – Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan has proposed giving Georgians tax credits for donating to their local law enforcement agency.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Buying and maintaining a vehicle today is pricier than ever before. According to Car and Driver, General Motors stated that in their first quarter of 2021, their price per vehicle averaged $3500 higher than previous periods. CNN Business quotes JD Powers who discovered the average car price is currently at $37,200 which is 8.4% higher from the same period only one year ago.
(The Center Square) – Georgia's House leader wants to spend $75 million on additional personnel and resources for law enforcement and mental health services in the state.
LAGRANGE, Ga., July 20, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- ARCS® Foundation is pleased to announce Caron Ogg assumed the presidency of the organization's National Board as of July 1, 2021.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation issued a code orange air quality alert for much of the Tri-Cities Tuesday afternoon, …
City of Orangeburg Mayor Michael Butler officially announced his re-election bid.
(The Center Square) – The number of children homeschooled in North Carolina jumped nearly 21% during the pandemic, a recent state report shows.
(The Center Square) – North Carolina's transportation system has been bruised by the pandemic, but the General Assembly's infrastructure plan could be the fuel to reduce driver costs and create jobs.