July 2012

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Finding The Power

Finding The Power

Rich in sunshine and trees, Georgia is poised to capitalize on the demand for alternative energy sources

Published: July 2012
University With A Mission

University With A Mission

Mercer thrives on service learning

Published: July 2012
More Than Cookies And Camping

More Than Cookies And Camping

Girl Scouts have come a long way since the organization was founded 100 years ago in Savannah. But the emphasis is still on developing potential and encouraging leadership.

Published: July 2012
Birds Of A Feather

Birds Of A Feather

A family farm becomes a successful hunting operation

Published: July 2012
Georgia Gold

Georgia Gold

50 years and counting for these four companies

Published: July 2012
On The Road Again

On The Road Again

The Heart and Soul Tour makes its 11th visit to revitalized downtowns throughout the state

Published: July 2012
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Archive »Our State

Statesboro/Bulloch County: Brisk Business

Statesboro/Bulloch County: Brisk Business

Manufacturing, research, retail

Published: July 2012
Douglasville/Douglas County: Coming Back

Douglasville/Douglas County: Coming Back

Location, optimism and a good business climate

Published: July 2012
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: July 2012

Christy Simo writes about economic development around the state, including an NCR expansion in Columbus that should add 100 jobs.

Published: July 2012
Political Notes: July 2012

Political Notes: July 2012

Good grades for Republicans Graves and Broun from the National Taxpayers Union, Hooks leaving the Senate, and the bi-partisan T-SPLOST bandwagon.

Published: July 2012

Organizations: Global Soap Project

Candice Dyer tells the story of the Global Soap Project, founded in Atlanta to promote good hygiene in developing countries.

Published: July 2012
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Archive »Commentary

Georgia View: A New-City Epidemic

Georgia View: A New-City Epidemic

Demographic and political shifts across Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett counties continue to fuel a surge of new cities.

Published: July 2012
Sustainable Georgia: Making Connections

Sustainable Georgia: Making Connections

By 2010, demand for public transportation on behalf of the elderly is expected to grow by 81 percent.

Published: July 2012
Economy: Asian Buying Power

Economy: Asian Buying Power

The increasing number of successful Asian entrepreneurs helps boost the group’s spending clout.

Published: July 2012
Business Casual: Linking Up To D.C.

Business Casual: Linking Up To D.C.

Transportation was on everyone’s mind as LINK travelers were unabashedly looking ahead to the July 31 statewide referendum.

Published: July 2012
Neely Young: HB 87 Targets Business

Neely Young: HB 87 Targets Business

This anti-immigration law is burdensome, punitive and confusing and will keep companies from moving to Georgia.

Published: July 2012
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Cardamom Hill

Art Of The Meal: Cardamom Hill

Chef Asha Gomez pays tribute to the sophisticated cuisine from India’s coastal state of Kerala in her peaceful, serene restaurant near Atlanta’s booming West Midtown food scene.

Published: July 2012
Sports Legends: When A One-Hitter Wasn't Enough

Sports Legends: When A One-Hitter Wasn't Enough

Macon’s Bob Hendley pitched his best game the day Koufax pitched a no-hitter

Published: July 2012
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