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Columbia County: Going Hollywood

For a brief joyous moment last October, the little hamlet of Harlem (pop. 1,804) became Colombia County's largest city, thanks to the 1892 birth of a child who would grow into one of the funniest men ever to stumble across the silver screen.

January 2006

Cobb County: Revitalization And Redevelopment

Cobb County is maturing into an efficient, multifaceted blend of urban and suburban cultures.

January 2006

Cobb County: A New Marietta

Marietta Redevelopment Director Gary Mongeon is anticipating a lot of action out of this year's Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) referendum, which passed in September. As he puts it, "There's a ton of stuff going on in Marietta right now."

January 2006

Columbia County: Counter-Trend - Insourcing

Last May, when Indian businessman Gurdeep Soni came to Columbia County's Horizon North Industrial Park for a groundbreaking ceremony, he brought a small vial of water taken from near the headquarters of his New Delhi corporation, Uniparts.

January 2006

Southwest Georgia: Pooling Resources

It was a rainy Wednesday morning in South Georgia, the kind of day that makes you dread a 50-, 60- or 90-mile trip for a business meeting.

December 2005

Haralson County: Doing It Up Right

Haralson County is primed to explode with new people and big business.

December 2005

Bryan County: Signs Of The Times

Three years ago when it appeared automaker Daimler-Chrysler was coming to the neighborhood with a new plant and bringing thousands of jobs, real estate developers began poking around in northwest Bryan County looking for building sites.

December 2005

Haralson County: The Fiber Footprint

The irony of a telecom company kicking off GeorgiaWest Technology/Business Park is a great indication of Haralson's offbeat ability to conquer the odds, considering the industry's boom went bust at the turn of the millennium.

December 2005

Bryan County: Staying Above It All

Andy Cayton likes to fly high on the weekends. Cayton, a Pembroke area resident, is one of the world's foremost balloonists. The retired Army helicopter pilot holds three world records in small hot air balloon categories for altitude (18,000 feet), distance and time (1,666 miles in 16.5 hours) and duration (24 hours without stopping).

December 2005

Rome/Floyd County: Championship Strategy

What do the much-celebrated rookies of the 2005 Atlanta Braves season have to do with economic development in Rome/Floyd County? Mike Pennington hopes the answer is, "A lot."

November 2005
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