Archive of: Metro Atlanta

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Carroll County At-A-Glance

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

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

Newton: Growing Smart

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

February 2006

Newton County At-A-Glance

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

February 2006

Newton: Oxford College - Emory East

A rich diversity of students, a small campus and a rigorous liberal arts education are hallmarks of Oxford College of Emory University, says Joe Moon, dean of student life at Oxford.

February 2006

Cobb County: Taking a Deep Breath

Austell is Cobb's ultimate paradox - the county's smallest city, with an official population around 6,000, is also the closest to Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

January 2006

Cobb County At-A-Glance

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

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

DeKalb County: Melting Pot Economy

It's difficult to imagine a more successful example of many different cultures melting together seamlessly than DeKalb County.

November 2005
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