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Eastman/Dodge County: Wearing It Well

Mario Matos was a young man in a hurry when he arrived in America in 1975. Fresh from high school in his native Peru, he rushed from job to job in restaurants and sewing factories, always looking for a way to get a toehold on the American Dream.

April 2006

Eastman/Dodge County At-A-Glance

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

April 2006

Fannin County At-A-Glance

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

April 2006

Metro South At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Atlanta Metro South: population, per capita income, unemployment rate, municipalities, top employers.

April 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: 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

Macon/Bibb County: A Tale Of Two Developers

The 10-year partnership between Macon developers Jeff Jones and Clay Murphey has lasted longer than many marriages. Together the two have accounted for more $25 million in development downtown and they say they're just getting started.

March 2006

Jesup/Wayne County: Possibilities And Potential

Riding south from Jesup along U.S. Highway 301 with Harry Yeomans behind the wheel of his Mercedes, one is struck by a landscape of long stretches of huge pine forests, interrupted only occasionally by the crumbling motels that lured Florida-bound tourists to Southeast Georgia during the 1940s and '50s.

March 2006

Carroll County: Strengthening The Connections

Changes at the University of West Georgia, geared to keep students on campus, are spilling over into adjacent downtown Carrollton.

March 2006

Carroll County: Ready, Set, Grow

Carroll County is in the catbird seat: close enough to Atlanta to share in its spillover growth, but not too close for comfort.

March 2006
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