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This Month in Georgia Trend

September 2014

Archive »Features

Expecting Excellence

Expecting Excellence

A Q&A with UGA President Jere Morehead, who has big plans for the university’s future.

Published: September 2014
Back To The Business Of Banking

Back To The Business Of Banking

Georgia banks that have weathered the Great Recession are creating new ways to thrive in a new economy.

Published: September 2014
2014 Higher Education Directory

2014 Higher Education Directory

Georgia Trend's annual listing of the state's colleges, universities and technical schools, with information on admissions, costs and courses of study.

Published: September 2014
Staffing Up

Staffing Up

As the economy picks up, businesses are turning to staffing agencies to help fill permanent as well as temporary positions in fields as diverse as IT and manufacturing.

Published: September 2014
Digging In

Digging In

Two years after Caterpillar announced its new North Georgia facility, the region is starting to see the effects

Published: September 2014
Georgia’s Top 100 Public Companies

Georgia’s Top 100 Public Companies

From Columbus to Savannah and Blairsville to Thomasville, Georgia boasts a wide range of companies that are seeing success.

Published: September 2014
Energy Shake-Up

Energy Shake-Up

With Plant Vogtle under construction and Georgia Power’s expanding alternative energy portfolio, Georgia’s energy landscape is set to change dramatically

Published: September 2014

Archive »Our State

Gwinnett County: The Community Of Tomorrow

Gwinnett County: The Community Of Tomorrow

Diversity, new investment and entrepreneurs

Published: September 2014
Dalton | Whitfield County: Positioning To Maintain Momentum

Dalton | Whitfield County: Positioning To Maintain Momentum

Flooring, education enhancements and hospital expansion

Published: September 2014
Waycross | Ware County: Redirecting Progress

Waycross | Ware County: Redirecting Progress

SPLOST, swamp and Mayo

Published: September 2014

Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: September 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Beaulieu International’s new headquarters in Bartow County and Shaw Industries Group’s expanding Evergreen facility in Catoosa County

Published: September 2014

Organizations: Flannery O’Connor-Andalusia Foundation

Candice Dyer ventures over to the Flannery O’Connor-Andalusia Foundation outside Milledgeville

Published: September 2014

Political Notes: September 2014

A look at the state’s political races, the Democratic Party of Georgia names its coordinated campaign co-chairs, and new Ports Authority appointments.

Published: September 2014

Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Proud To Be Number One

Neely Young: Proud To Be Number One

Economic development should never be political when there are so many important issues to be addressed.

Published: September 2014
Business Casual: Getting It Right

Business Casual: Getting It Right

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta was a long time coming, but it is worth the wait.

Published: September 2014
Georgia View: The Never-Ending Story

Georgia View: The Never-Ending Story

Elections are no longer really over when they are over, thanks in part to the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission.

Published: September 2014
Economy: Building Up Wood Products

Economy: Building Up Wood Products

Get ready for an uptick in the state’s lumber and wood products industry as the economy continues to recover.

Published: September 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Rethinking Transportation

Sustainable Georgia: Rethinking Transportation

Cities and counties are looking to grow their younger populations, but we could lose our edge as the best state to do business if they remain unable to accommodate new tastes in living.

Published: September 2014

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Tabla

Art Of The Meal: Tabla

Intimate and exceptionally friendly, Tabla in midtown Atlanta features traditional Indian dishes and a few with a Southern accent.

Published: September 2014
Sports Desk: More Than A Coach

Sports Desk: More Than A Coach

It’s been 50 years since Vince Dooley coached his first season at UGA, but he has always been more than a football coach.

Published: September 2014
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