Archive of: Green Room, Organizations, Political Notes, Up Front

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Political Notes: January 2013

Eaton will chair PSC, Kemp will look at Fulton elections problems and Abrams wins a Kennedy Award.

January 2013

Economic Development: January 2013

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including a sports complex in Emerson, logistics jobs in Gainesville and a new plant in Cordele. Candice Dyer looks at the nonprofit ToolBank USA headquartered in Atlanta.

January 2013

Organizations: Going Deep

Candice Dyer checks in with Deep, a Savannah nonprofit that combats illiteracy and encourages self-expression.

December 2012
Political Notes: December 2012

Political Notes: December 2012

Barrow retains his congressional seat, the Charter School Amendment divides Republicans, and a new role for Buckner.

December 2012

Economic Development: December 2012

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including 200 more Carter’s jobs in Atlanta and an outlet mall coming to Pooler.

December 2012

Political Notes: November 2012

A new Deal floor leader, turmoil in the Fulton County Elections office, the archives dispute and Richardson tries for a comeback.

November 2012

Organizations: Lumpkin Coalition

Candice Dyer checks in with the nonprofit Lumpkin Coalition, which is working to protect the state’s hemlock trees.

November 2012

Economic Development: November 2012

Christy Simo writes about Ethicon in Athens, an expansion in LaFayette and biofuel in Sandersville.

November 2012
Political Notes: October 2012

Political Notes: October 2012

Metro Atlanta chair races, confusion in Clayton and Barge comes out against the charter school amendment.

October 2012

Organizations: Go, Eat, Give

Candice Dyer focuses on a nonprofit called “Go, Eat, Give,” which arranges vacations that combine volunteering with cooking instruction.

October 2012
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