January 2013

Archive »Features

Keeping The Lights On

Keeping The Lights On

How some Georgia cities control the flow of electricity and other services to their homes and businesses.

Published: January 2013
Working Smarter

Working Smarter

Technology is powering jobs with a future.

Published: January 2013
On A Roll

On A Roll

Three Middle Georgia regions that voted for the T-SPLOST are preparing for $1.8 billion in transportation improvements.

Published: January 2013

Hall Of Fame: Lasting Influence

Charles Loudermilk and Monica Pearson join Georgia Trend’s Most Influential Hall of Fame.

Published: January 2013
Assisted Living In Georgia

Assisted Living In Georgia

An industry that offers important benefits to aging and physically and mentally challenged Georgians faces some challenges of its own.

Published: January 2013

Archive »Our State

Bryan County: Economic Power

Bryan County: Economic Power

A port, a fort and an interstate.

Published: January 2013
Cobb County: Team Effort

Cobb County: Team Effort

Job creation and higher education.

Published: January 2013

Archive »Up Front

Organizations: ToolBank USA

Candice Dyer looks at the nonprofit ToolBank USA headquartered in Atlanta.

Published: January 2013

Political Notes: January 2013

Eaton will chair PSC, Kemp will look at Fulton elections problems and Abrams wins a Kennedy Award.

Published: January 2013

Economic Development: January 2013

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including a sports complex in Emerson, logistics jobs in Gainesville and a new plant in Cordele. Candice Dyer looks at the nonprofit ToolBank USA headquartered in Atlanta.

Published: January 2013

Archive »Commentary

Economy: The National Outlook

Economy: The National Outlook

There’s lots of uncertainty in many critical federal government policy areas, including the budget, the tax code and regulation.

Published: January 2013
Sustainable Georgia: More Biking, Less Driving

Sustainable Georgia: More Biking, Less Driving

Land use will drive smart growth; but on a grassroots level, there is evidence that a rising number of Georgians do want options, and one in particular is gaining traction: bicycles.

Published: January 2013
Neely Young: A Legislative Wish List

Neely Young: A Legislative Wish List

It’s time to take a look at Georgia’s outdated 16-year-old school dropout age, a remnant of our agricultural past.

Published: January 2013
Georgia View: The Victor And The Spoils

Georgia View: The Victor And The Spoils

If Victor Hill is convicted on one or more of the felony charges he is facing, he becomes ineligible to hold the office of Sheriff of Clayton County.

Published: January 2013
Business Casual: What's Next, Guys?

Business Casual: What's Next, Guys?

This is a real wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee moment, gents. The world is becoming less male-centric and more inclusive.

Published: January 2013

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

One Eared Stag in Inman Park exemplifies an era: the post-crash, quietly confident attitudes of a new wave of eateries – with great cocktails.

Published: January 2013
Power Players: Readers And Writers

Power Players: Readers And Writers

The Georgia Review is part of the literary magazine world, says its editor Stephen Corey. The primary commitment is publishing new work that is special, unusual and important.

Published: January 2013
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