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This Month in Georgia Trend

February 2019
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Archive »Features

2019 Georgia Trustees: Frank Blake and John Schuerholz

2019 Georgia Trustees: Frank Blake and John Schuerholz

This year’s Georgia Trustees – the state’s highest honor – represent everything a leader should be, including a commitment to excellence and to the common good.

Published: February 2019
Back In Time

Back In Time

Even today, there are areas on Georgia’s coast that allow visitors to slow down, unplug and unwind.

Published: February 2019
A Full Plate

A Full Plate

What’s on the agenda for the Georgia General Assembly this year? Plus, a list of state officers, legislators and the congressional delegation.

Published: February 2019
Live, Work, Play Cities

Live, Work, Play Cities

It’s a mix of amenities that draws residents and visitors alike to nine cities across Georgia.

Published: February 2019
Healing Failing Hearts

Healing Failing Hearts

Treatment and education are improving the outlook for the common, costly and often misunderstood problem of heart failure.

Published: February 2019
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Archive »Our State

Cherokee County: Prime Destination

Cherokee County: Prime Destination

Historic redevelopment, entrepreneurism and healthcare

Published: February 2019
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Archive »Up Front

Organizations: Telfair Museums

It is an old, Southern story, but now it is told in a new and more comprehensive way.

Published: February 2019

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Increasing renewable energy and opposing offshore oil.

Published: February 2019

Political Notes: The Up, Downs, and In-betweens

Keenan retires, new judicial appointments and more.

Published: February 2019

Trendsetters: Rural Rock Star

Scales, Systems and Automation brings work to Worth County and delivers services to the world.

Published: February 2019

Economic Development Around the State

Projects in Atlanta, Taliaferro County, Peachtree Corners and more.

Published: February 2019
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Archive »Opinion

From the Publisher: Workforce Woes

From the Publisher: Workforce Woes

An educated workforce is essential to Georgia. So why do we keep cutting K-12 funding?

Published: February 2019
Business Casual: The High-water Mark

Business Casual: The High-water Mark

Lessons learned from the Great Decatur Condo Flood of 2018.

Published: February 2019
At Issue: Seeking Solutions

At Issue: Seeking Solutions

Among the many important issues on the new governor’s plate: solving healthcare

Published: February 2019
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Archive »Downtime

Georgia Fare: Par for the Course

Georgia Fare: Par for the Course

Abel Brown Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar in Augusta embraces place and time.

Published: February 2019
Sports Desk: Valuable Lessons

Sports Desk: Valuable Lessons

Former Sen. Sam Nunn learned a lot about leadership as part of a winning high-school basketball team in Perry.

Published: February 2019
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