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This Month in Georgia Trend

March 2017
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Archive »Features

Please DO NOT DISTURB

Please DO NOT DISTURB

Georgia’s hospitality industry is thriving but wary of legislation that could do economic harm.

Published: March 2017
Unconventional Learning

Unconventional Learning

Outside the typical college offerings, there’s a broad range of higher-ed opportunities in Georgia.

Published: March 2017
From Pipe Dream To Reality

From Pipe Dream To Reality

A controversial natural gas pipeline is set to run through Southwest Georgia this summer, but will it bring jobs and energy to the region?

Published: March 2017
Deep Roots

Deep Roots

Forestry is Georgia’s second-largest industry, with more than 24 million acres of land providing 133,000 jobs and generating a $32.2-billion economic impact.

Published: March 2017
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Archive »Our State

Macon | Bibb County: The Sounds of Success

Macon | Bibb County: The Sounds of Success

Music, housing and entrepreneurs

Published: March 2017
Valdosta | Lowndes County: Team Spirit

Valdosta | Lowndes County: Team Spirit

Sports tournaments, education and downtown businesses

Published: March 2017
Jackson County: Spreading Innovation

Jackson County: Spreading Innovation

E-commerce, expansion and master planning

Published: March 2017
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Archive »Up Front

Organizations: Captain Planet Foundation

Captain Planet Foundation empowers young people in environmental stewardship.

Published: March 2017

Economic Development

New projects in Buford, Carroll County, Columbus and more.

Published: March 2017

Political Notes

Honors for Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, a new child advocate for the state and Gov. Deal appoints two education board members.

Published: March 2017

Trendsetters: Clean-up Company

Spaulding Decon takes care of the aftermath of crime scenes in Georgia.

Published: March 2017
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Archive »Commentary

From the Publisher: Is Character Still King?

From the Publisher: Is Character Still King?

Only four presidents in our country’s history have been elected without approval of the common man and woman.

Published: March 2017
Business Casual: Is This Who We Are?

Business Casual: Is This Who We Are?

Regardless of party affiliations, political leanings or labels, is this what we want?

Published: March 2017
Economy: A Sunny Forecast

Economy: A Sunny Forecast

For Columbus-Muscogee County, there’s much to celebrate in 2017.

Published: March 2017
Sustainable Georgia: Get On Board

Sustainable Georgia: Get On Board

The student transportation funding formula may change with a new education budget, but there is an opportunity to make a difference in the school districts that need it most.

Published: March 2017
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Archive »Downtime

Georgia Fare: Downtown Support Beam

Georgia Fare: Downtown Support Beam

Inventive and inviting Southern-tinged food in the heart of Atlanta

Published: March 2017
Sports Desk: The Thrill of the Hunt

Sports Desk: The Thrill of the Hunt

There is nothing like quail hunting in South Georgia in the late fall and early winter months.

Published: March 2017
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