Archive of: Economic Development, Up Front

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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

Economic Development: October 2012

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including manufacturing in Bartow County and biotech in Oakwood

October 2012
Political Notes: September 2012

Political Notes: September 2012

Finding a Plan B for transportation, the PSC’s Eaton facing Democratic opposition in November, and lots of voter support for ethics reform.

September 2012

Organizations: Community Health Works

Candice Dyer focuses on the Macon-based Community Health Works, a coalition of medical, community and education leaders.

September 2012

Economic Development: September 2012

Christy Simo writes about economic development around the state, including a CBS IT and software center in Sandy Springs and MG International’s expansion in Dallas.

September 2012
Political Notes: August 2012

Political Notes: August 2012

The sweet taste of victory in the water wars, Blackwell to the Supreme Court, Lowery to Charlotte and Jepson chairing the Georgia Ports Authority.

August 2012

Organizations: The Next Stop Foundation

Candice Dyer reports on The Next Stop Foundation, which offers social, recreational and educational activities for developmentally challenged adults

August 2012

Economic Development: August 2012

Christy Simo writes about new jobs coming to Chattooga County and other economic development activity around the state.

August 2012
Political Notes: July 2012

Political Notes: July 2012

Good grades for Republicans Graves and Broun from the National Taxpayers Union, Hooks leaving the Senate, and the bi-partisan T-SPLOST bandwagon.

July 2012

Organizations: Global Soap Project

Candice Dyer tells the story of the Global Soap Project, founded in Atlanta to promote good hygiene in developing countries.

July 2012
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