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Savannah: Powering Up

When Savannah aircraft maker Gulfstream announced a major expansion last March, it seemed to underscore the success of leaders in this oak-shaded coastal colonial city in widening an economic base that has long relied on the charm of its historic squares and the muscle of its shipping commerce.

May 2006

Habersham County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Habersham County: population, municipalities, unemployment rate, top employers.

May 2006

Habersham County: Grappling With Growth

When it's hurricane season in Florida, it's moving time in Habersham County. Andrea Harper will tell you that.

May 2006

Savannah/Chatham County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Savannah/Chatham County: population, unemployment rate, per capita income, top employers.

May 2006

Habersham County: New Life For An Old Mill

Danny Otter calls the whole thing a fortunate accident. After all, he wanted to buy only a small strip of land to give him better access to property he owned next to the recently abandoned Clarkesville Mill, just off the square in Clarkesville.

May 2006

Savannah: A Chamber Mystery

Back in 1998, a mysterious package containing an anonymous letter arrived at the offices of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce.

May 2006

Fannin County: Reinventing The Economy

Louis Schubert says Atlanta traffic was driving him nuts. "If you weren't home by quarter to five, you were in serious trouble," says Schubert, who lived with his wife Sandy off Chamblee-Dunwoody Road near I-285. "We'd get home and hibernate while the traffic happened."

April 2006

Fannin County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Fannin County: population, unemployment rate, top employers.

April 2006

Fannin County: Voices From The Past

Thirty years ago they hung children's art on clothesline strung between trees in Blue Ridge's city park and called it Arts in the Park.

April 2006

Eastman/Dodge County: Air Power Transportation

With rising winds blowing in a morning sky dark as midnight and forecasts of rain and hail for the Eastman area, Andy Lundell was busy shepherding small airplanes into their hangars at Georgia Aviation and Technical College (GATC).

April 2006
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