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This Month in Georgia Trend

March 2015
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Archive »Features

Moving The World

Moving The World

From the ports to the interstates to the world's busiest airport, Georgia is a national leader in getting stuff from A to B and beyond.

Published: March 2015
Going to Town

Going to Town

The Georgia Main Street program is attracting national attention – and billions of dollars – by improving downtowns across the state.

Published: March 2015
Eat, Drink, Enjoy

Eat, Drink, Enjoy

The restaurant industry feeds hungry Georgians at 17,000 different locations and nourishes the economy with $16.5 billion in sales each year. It’s a tough, exciting business described by one owner as “a live performance every shift.”

Published: March 2015
It Takes A Village

It Takes A Village

Georgia’s business incubators are nurturing new ideas and creating jobs across the state.

Published: March 2015
Leading The Charge

Leading The Charge

Meet six of Georgia’s new county commissioners who are ready to make a difference.

Published: March 2015
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Archive »Our State

Valdosta | Lowndes County: Keeping The Home Fires Burning

Valdosta | Lowndes County: Keeping The Home Fires Burning

Business growth, military outreach and cultural resources.

Published: March 2015
Macon | Bibb County: It's Better In Bibb

Macon | Bibb County: It's Better In Bibb

Industry Influx, Higher Ed and Tourism.

Published: March 2015
Dublin/Laurens County: Small Town, Broad Reach

Dublin/Laurens County: Small Town, Broad Reach

Healthcare, Convenience and Global Outlook

Published: March 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: March 2015

Christy Simo covers economic development, including NCR’s move from Duluth to Midtown Atlanta and Tyson Foods expanding in Vienna.

Published: March 2015

Organizations: Girls Rock Camp ATL

Candice Dyer spotlights Girls Rock Camp ATL, which gives music lessons to girls ages 10 to 16.

Published: March 2015

Political Notes: March 2015

A new GDOT commissioner, life science supporters in the legislature and a new chair and legislative priorities for the Georgia chamber.

Published: March 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Immigration Reform A Must

Neely Young: Immigration Reform A Must

Republicans in the House and Senate are moving in a positive way on many areas of immigration reform.

Published: March 2015
Business Casual: The Kids Are Just Fine

Business Casual: The Kids Are Just Fine

We baby boomers have met our match in the millennial generation, which values family, community and creativity.

Published: March 2015
Georgia View: New Rules For Schools

Georgia View: New Rules For Schools

With the Quality Basic Education Act turning 30 this year, Gov. Deal is tackling education head on.

Published: March 2015
Economy: A Positive Outlook

Economy: A Positive Outlook

Life is looking a bit sweeter for Columbus, Macon and Savannah in 2015.

Published: March 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Filling Up The Tank

Sustainable Georgia: Filling Up The Tank

True state transportation funding reform needs to maintain the additional infrastructure we’ll need for generations, not just a decade.

Published: March 2015
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Bacchanalia

Art Of The Meal: Bacchanalia

Atlanta’s fine-dining standard-bearer for 25 years still features menu favorites, but there’s some delicately balanced dishes that also deserve attention.

Published: March 2015
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