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This Month in Georgia Trend

April 2014

Archive »Features

Back From The Brink

Back From The Brink

A Q&A with Synovus CEO and Chairman Kessel Stelling.

Published: April 2014
Help And Hope

Help And Hope

When it comes to finding a cure for childhood cancer, Georgia is leading the charge.

Published: April 2014
Ready To Go: 2014 Economic Yearbook

Ready To Go: 2014 Economic Yearbook

Georgia Trend’s annual region-by-region look at Georgia’s economy with new industries, new jobs and a newfound sense of optimism

Published: April 2014
Embracing Change

Embracing Change

The Technical College System of Georgia is adapting to changing needs and encouraging industries new to the state to hire local workers.

Published: April 2014
Four For The Future

Four For The Future

It’s a team effort for four communities in Georgia that focus on long-range planning, public health and wellness, downtown revitalization and regional collaboration.

Published: April 2014

Archive »Our State

Savannah: Stretching Out

Savannah: Stretching Out

Expansions, a growing population and tourism.

Published: April 2014
Cartersville | Bartow County: Transformative Appeal

Cartersville | Bartow County: Transformative Appeal

Sports tourism, industrial influx.

Published: April 2014
South Metro Atlanta: Staying Power

South Metro Atlanta: Staying Power

Innovation, a growing filmpresence and healthcare.

Published: April 2014

Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: April 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including a move to Atlanta for sports giant Prince and IVC Group’s expansion in Dalton.

Published: April 2014

Organizations: Georgia River Network

Candice Dyer profiles The Georgia River Network, which helps educate Georgians about ways to restore and conserve the state’s waterways.

Published: April 2014

Political Notes: April 2014

Port funding fallout, support for Common Core and more changes in the upcoming campaign season.

Published: April 2014

Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Larger Than Life

Neely Young: Larger Than Life

Honoring Ed Lightsey, Georgia Trend’s longtime senior correspondent, who was a friend to many in the state.

Published: April 2014
Business Casual: Shaggy Hair, Big Changes

Business Casual: Shaggy Hair, Big Changes

It wasn’t the most significant event of 1964, but the arrival of The Beatles marked a time when the music changed – along with a whole lot of other things.

Published: April 2014
Georgia View: Let It Snow

Georgia View: Let It Snow

It’s rare for two snowstorms to hit Georgia in one season, but many leaders across the state are glad for the second chance to get things right.

Published: April 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Building On The Arts

Sustainable Georgia: Building On The Arts

Cities thrive when galleries flourish in multiple communities. In Atlanta, several galleries and museums have helped revive surrounding neighborhoods and businesses.

Published: April 2014

Archive »Downtime

Power Player: In The Driver's Seat

Chris Carr takes an integrated approach to his role as the new Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Economic Development.

Published: April 2014
Art Of The Meal: Valdosta Valhalla

Art Of The Meal: Valdosta Valhalla

Chef Keira Moritz has returned home to open Steel Magnolias, where crowds are eating up her version of “urban Southern” food.

Published: April 2014
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