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This Month in Georgia Trend

November 2014
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Archive »Features

2014 Silver Spoon Awards

2014 Silver Spoon Awards

Our favorite places for dining out in Georgia, plus our top bar picks.

Published: November 2014
Getting The Gigabits

Getting The Gigabits

A strong telecommunications industry pays big economic development dividends.

Published: November 2014
FIGHTING BACK AGAINST BACK PAIN

FIGHTING BACK AGAINST BACK PAIN

Many of us battle back pain at some point in our lives, and for most it retreats with time. When it doesn’t, Georgia spine centers are here to help.

Published: November 2014
Thinking Ahead

Thinking Ahead

Georgia lags in education rankings, but the REACH program is tackling the issue one student at a time.

Published: November 2014
Creative State

Creative State

The Georgia Writers Hall of Fame shines a spotlight on the state’s rich literary heritage.

Published: November 2014
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Archive »Our State

DeKalb County: Kicking It Up A Notch

DeKalb County: Kicking It Up A Notch

Major development, residential resurgence and transit options.

Published: November 2014
Screven County: Bringing Jobs Back

Screven County: Bringing Jobs Back

Transportation, infrastructure and workforce big draws.

Published: November 2014
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: November 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Georgia’s $38-billion poultry industry and American Textile Company’s expansion in Tifton.

Published: November 2014

Organizations: The Mentorship Program

Candice Dyer highlights The Pentorship Program, which offers career development training to inmates.

Published: November 2014

Political Notes: November 2014

Down to the wire in election season, an ethics commission update and more city hood efforts in DeKalb.

Published: November 2014
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Wishful Thinking

Neely Young: Wishful Thinking

We’re just a few months away from the 2015 state legislative session. Here are three important ideas to consider.

Published: November 2014
Business Casual: When Violence Comes Close

Business Casual: When Violence Comes Close

The recent instances of domestic violence that ended the NFL career of Baltimore Raven Ray Rice have forced this issue to the forefront of the national consciousness.

Published: November 2014
Georgia View: Turning Purple

Georgia View: Turning Purple

With this month’s elections, are the cards now in place to turn a red state blue?

Published: November 2014
Economy: Keep On Trucking

Economy: Keep On Trucking

The state’s trucking and cargo industries are looking good heading into 2015.

Published: November 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Tackling Homelessness

Sustainable Georgia: Tackling Homelessness

Our leaders are aware of social service issues and are trying to do something about them, but we still have a ways to go.

Published: November 2014
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