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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

Macon/Bibb County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Macon/Bibb County: population, government, unemployment rate, median income, top employers.

March 2006

Carroll County: Starting Point

Calling the next Bill Gates: Carroll County may just have what you're looking for.

March 2006

Carroll County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Carroll County: population, municipalities, unemployment rate, per capita income, higher education, top employers.

March 2006

Thomson/McDuffie County: Taking The Initiative

Leaders of Thomson and McDuffie County have taken their model for success - cooperation between governments - to the next level by forming a new five county partnership aimed at encouraging economic development in East Georgia.

February 2006

Thomson/McDuffie County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Thomson/McDuffie County: population, unemployment rate, top employers.

February 2006

Newton County At-A-Glance

Fast facts about Newton County: population, unemployment rate, per capita income, municipalities, top employers.

February 2006

Dawson County At-A-Glance

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

February 2006

Dawsonville/Dawson County: Still Racing After All These Years

To Ernie Elliott, when ThunderRoad USA closed in 2004, it was like winning the pole position but not finishing the race. "Mistakes were made, there were high hopes but not high support," he says. "But there's no point in calling names. We can't go back and fix it, so we might as well move on down the road."

February 2006

Newton: Growing Smart

New Urbanism jumped to the forefront last October when Metro Atlantans witnessed the opening of Atlantic Station.

February 2006
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