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The Georgia Chamber of Commerce hosts "Eggs & Issues" Breakfast

01/17/14

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce hosts "Eggs & Issues" Breakfast

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce just concluded its three day gala with the annual “Eggs & Issues” Breakfast with remarks from Gov. Nathan Deal, House Speaker David Ralston and Lt. Governor Casey Cagle. Public safety and the port deepening were high on the agenda, with the governor planning to expand life flight helicopter service to southwest Georgia, complete the Jimmy Deloach Parkway and provide more funding to make sure the Savannah Harbor will be deepened in time for new port traffic from the Panama Canal. “We’re ready to get this show on the road,” says Deal. Education and work force development were among other highlighted topics, with the governor pledging $5 million of this year’s budget to welding, health, diesel and information...

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Happy Holidays

12/25/13

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays to You and Yours

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Movie Filming in Georgia

12/12/13

Movie Filming in Georgia

It's Lights! Camera! Action! in Camden County at the old St. Mary's jail at City Hall recently when a crew was in Georgia to film "The Prisoner" in the "filming mecca," Camden County. For more about what is happening in Camden County, see our feature in December's Georgia Trend Issue. Iranian film director Mahmoud Shoulizadeh instructs actor Scott J. Smith playing a prison guard. Photo credits: www.stmarysmagazine.com

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Art of the Meal: 5&10 by Krista Reese

12/09/13

Art of the Meal: 5&10 by Krista Reese

"If you’ve been around Athens long enough to remember when the original 5&10 opened 13 years ago, you might recall the almost magical singularity of the place. In those days, young chef Hugh Acheson’s fluffy unibrow looked a little like a unicorn’s horn. In a small town, in a small house, the Canadian Acheson (with a band of young acolytes) reclaimed the Southern food narrative and pitched it forward." Continue reading Art of the Meal: 5&10 in our December issue of Georgia Trend by Krista Reese Photo Credit: Koko Warner/www.modportfolio.com

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The 2013 Gulfstream Navigator Award is awarded to...

12/05/13

The 2013 Gulfstream Navigator Award is awarded to...

At the 2013 Ocean Exchange in Savannah, this year's $100,000 Gulfstream Navigator Award was given to WITT Energy Harvesting Transmission Collecting Power from All Sea Motion by WITT Limited. The device takes natural energy, which is produced by the movement of water, wind, humans, animals or vehicles, and converts it into usable energy. The technology has the potential to conserve energy in a wide range of applications, large and small – maintenance free, and with no negative environmental impact. WITT literally stands for “Whatever Input to Torsion Transfer”. It can harness any form of chaotic energy, and has been successfully tested in the Wave Tank and the Plymouth Sound at Plymouth University in the UK. Another $100,000 winner,  ECOsubsea, was the...

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