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This Month in Georgia Trend

January 2015
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Georgian Of The Year: Higher Education, Higher Stakes

Georgian Of The Year: Higher Education, Higher Stakes

University System Chancellor Hank Huckaby has brought a new stability to Georgia’s public colleges

Published: January 2015
Hall Of Fame: Lasting Influences

Hall Of Fame: Lasting Influences

Bill Bolling and Saxby Chambliss join Georgia Trend’s Most Influential Hall of Fame.

Published: January 2015
100 Most Influential Georgians

100 Most Influential Georgians

2015 Georgia's Power List

Published: January 2015
A Penny Saved

A Penny Saved

Two years ago, the hotly contested statewide T-SPLOST failed in all but three Georgia regions, but there are much-needed road projects that still need funding. What are we going to do about it?

Published: January 2015
Caring For Georgia Seniors

Caring For Georgia Seniors

Increasing numbers of aging Georgians are shunning the restrictive environment of nursing homes for the relative independence of growing older at home. Do they have what they need to age in place?

Published: January 2015
Rising Tides

Rising Tides

As the port expansion finally moves forward, the Georgia Ports Authority is seeing record growth.

Published: January 2015
2015 Notable Georgians

2015 Notable Georgians

Published: January 2015
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Archive »Our State

Cobb County: The Power Alley

Cobb County: The Power Alley

Sports, Tourism, Development

Published: January 2015
Bryan County: Port Proximity

Bryan County: Port Proximity

Military, Manufacturing, Real Estate

Published: January 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: January 2015

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Live Oak Homes expanding in Broxton and Unisys opening a call center in Augusta

Published: January 2015

Organizations: Rural Library Project

Candice Dyer delves into the Rural Library Project, which helps towns in the Southeast establish these integral community centers.

Published: January 2015

Political Notes: January 2015

Changes in the state government lineup, Isakson to run for re-election and a new Board of Regents chair.

Published: January 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Picking The 100

Neely Young: Picking The 100

A look into how we select our annual Most Influential list.

Published: January 2015
Business Casual: Fear And Loathing

Business Casual: Fear And Loathing

With the Ebola scare, emotions were engaged fairly rapidly and reactions have been all over the place.

Published: January 2015
Georgia View: What's Next?

Georgia View: What's Next?

It’s time for Georgia's GOP, largely in charge since 2003, to stand tall and lead.

Published: January 2015
Economy: The Future Looks Bright

Economy: The Future Looks Bright

This year, Georgia’s job growth will continue and is expected to exceed the U.S.’s rate.

Published: January 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Protecting Our Wildlife

Sustainable Georgia: Protecting Our Wildlife

A wildlife license plate can help protect nongame species in Georgia, one of dozens of different causes you can support with just a few extra dollars a year.

Published: January 2015
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Seabear Oyster Bar

Art Of The Meal: Seabear Oyster Bar

Seabear Oyster Bar in Athens is both comfortable and adventurous.

Published: January 2015
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