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Stories With an Impact

Stories With an Impact

Not everyone knows about the Peabody Awards – not yet anyway – but everyone, from documentarians and journalists to those in the entertainment industry, wants to win one. And the home of these coveted awards is right here in Georgia.

Published: September 2016
The Business of Giving

The Business of Giving

Community foundations across Georgia match donors with projects in ways that help improve the lives and livelihoods of community members

Published: August 2016
Squad Spirit

Squad Spirit

More than 100,000 people play soccer in Georgia through professional, youth and adult leagues. Now, our first MLS team is poised to make history – and have a major league impact on the state.

Published: August 2016
Coloring Outside the Lines

Coloring Outside the Lines

Three Southern cities show what can be done with a little creativity and strong leadership to facilitate revitalization and walkability at this year’s Heart and Soul Bus Tour

Published: August 2016
Branching Out

Branching Out

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College provides fertile ground for a solid education

Published: August 2016
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Archive »Economic Development

How May We Serve You?

How May We Serve You?

Georgia banks continue to face economic challenges, but as the landscape improves they’re doubling down on their commitment to serving customers

Published: September 2016
Georgia's Top 100 Public Companies

Georgia's Top 100 Public Companies

This year’s ranking, which collectively generated $452.2 billion in total revenue last year, reflects evidence of a growing economy here in Georgia. Plus a look at six CEOs who are running some of the top companies in the state.

Published: September 2016
The Business of Giving

The Business of Giving

Community foundations across Georgia match donors with projects in ways that help improve the lives and livelihoods of community members

Published: August 2016
Squad Spirit

Squad Spirit

More than 100,000 people play soccer in Georgia through professional, youth and adult leagues. Now, our first MLS team is poised to make history – and have a major league impact on the state.

Published: August 2016
On the Right Path

On the Right Path

Through a network of trail systems, communities around the state are taking steps to create healthier environments and encourage economic development

Published: August 2016
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Archive »Education

Georgia’s 2016 Higher Education Directory

Georgia’s 2016 Higher Education Directory

Georgia Trend’s annual listing of the state’s colleges, universities and technical schools, with information on admissions, costs and courses of study.

Published: September 2016
Mission Critical: Turning Around Atlanta’s Schools

Mission Critical: Turning Around Atlanta’s Schools

Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Meria Carstarphen talks about a bold plan for the future, the changing nature of education and the challenges that lie ahead.

Published: August 2016
Branching Out

Branching Out

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College provides fertile ground for a solid education

Published: August 2016
Beyond the Classroom

Beyond the Classroom

Collaboration and community engagement are what it’s all about for Clayton State University

Published: June 2016
Growing with Enthusiasm

Growing with Enthusiasm

Reinhardt University is adding world-class facilities and faculty along with programs to support careers in high-demand fields across the state

Published: April 2016
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Archive »Environment

On the Right Path

On the Right Path

Through a network of trail systems, communities around the state are taking steps to create healthier environments and encourage economic development

Published: August 2016
The Energy Future Is Now

The Energy Future Is Now

Renewable power sources are no longer fighting for a seat at the table. They are present and thriving, part of the mix that includes fossil fuels and nuclear energy.

Published: August 2015
Growing Green

Growing Green

The state is making strides and receiving accolades for its environmental efforts but still faces challenges and untapped potential.

Published: August 2014
When Powers Combine

When Powers Combine

A Q&A with Laura Turner Seydel on environmental education and stewardship.

Published: June 2014
Treasure, Not Trash

Treasure, Not Trash

How recycling pays big dividends

Published: August 2013
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Archive »Health Care

Changing the Conversation

Changing the Conversation

No longer being swept under the rug, the perception of mental health issues and the 43.8 million Americans who suffer from them is changing. Here’s how the shift is playing out in Georgia.

Published: June 2016
Gaps in Care

Gaps in Care

How Georgia’s schools and the legislature are addressing the state’s looming healthcare workforce shortage.

Published: May 2016
Hope on the Horizon

Hope on the Horizon

Immunotherapy can help fight cancer by working with the body’s own immune system, and some of its top researchers are right here in Georgia.

Published: April 2016
In Good Shape

In Good Shape

Six counties launch programs to help their citizens stay healthy and improve their quality of life

Published: March 2016
Promoting Prevention

Promoting Prevention

Beyond helping patients recover following a heart attack, Georgia’s hospitals are now working to ensure people never have them in the first place.

Published: February 2016
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Archive »People

Branching Out

Branching Out

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College provides fertile ground for a solid education

Published: August 2016
Old Values, New Successes

Old Values, New Successes

2016 Most Respected Business Leader: Larry Gellerstedt III, President & CEO of Cousins Properties

Published: May 2016
A Focus On The Federal Budget

A Focus On The Federal Budget

Republican Sen. David Perdue talks fiscal responsibility, the economy and being an outsider in Washington.

Published: April 2016
2016 Georgia Trustees

2016 Georgia Trustees

The Coca-Cola Company’s Muhtar Kent and former Synovus CEO Jim Blanchard are the 2016 Georgia Trustees, the state’s highest honor.

Published: February 2016
Georgia’s Advocate

Georgia’s Advocate

Attorney General Sam Olens has taken on some of the state’s toughest problems – sex trafficking, prescription drug abuse and Medicaid fraud – and championed open government. And he’s not done yet.

Published: January 2016
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Archive »Sports & Leisure

Squad Spirit

Squad Spirit

More than 100,000 people play soccer in Georgia through professional, youth and adult leagues. Now, our first MLS team is poised to make history – and have a major league impact on the state.

Published: August 2016
On the Right Path

On the Right Path

Through a network of trail systems, communities around the state are taking steps to create healthier environments and encourage economic development

Published: August 2016
The Amazing, Tragic, Iconic and Surprising Legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games

The Amazing, Tragic, Iconic and Surprising Legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games

In the summer of 1996, all eyes were on Georgia for the greatest sports event on Earth. Twenty years after hosting the Centennial Olympic Games, how has its legacy changed the state?

Published: July 2016
Into the Woods

Into the Woods

Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites celebrate 85 years of family-friendly outdoor recreation and a significant economic impact

Published: May 2016
Fore!

Fore!

Golf is big business, and it’s back.

Published: August 2015
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