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  • Local cigar shop owners are singing hallelujah to the easing of restrictions between the United States and Cuba more than 50 years after the embargo banned its most famous product, but they’re unsure of how long it will take to get the cigars into their stores.


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Mary Carr Mayle

Container traffic continues to increase at Georgia Ports Authority, with 271,357 twenty-foot equivalent container units — or TEUs — moved in November, an increase of nearly 12 percent over the same month last year.

Julia Ritchey

Local cigar shop owners are singing hallelujah to the easing of restrictions between the United States and Cuba more than 50 years after the embargo banned its most famous product, but they’re unsure of how long it will take to get the cigars into their stores.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Georgia has underfunded transportation infrastructure for years, and there now seems to be broad agreement, including among the Republican officials who lead the state, that the state needs more revenue, perhaps more than $1 billion per year.