June 2014

Archive »Features

When Powers Combine

When Powers Combine

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

Published: June 2014
Striking At The Heart Of Georgia

Striking At The Heart Of Georgia

Stories old and new pay tribute to the 150th anniversary of the Civil War across the state.

Published: June 2014
Commemorating The Past

Commemorating The Past

150 years after the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, a look back on the impact this event had on the community.

Published: June 2014
Partnering For Patient Care

Partnering For Patient Care

At a time when going it alone often means going under, many Georgia hospitals are finding strength in numbers.

Published: June 2014
Turning On The Tap

Turning On The Tap

The WaterFirst program recognizes communities that are stewards of our most precious liquid asset.

Published: June 2014
Structured To Serve

Structured To Serve

From car loans and home mortgages to financial education and outreach, Georgia’s credit unions not only provide much-needed services for members, but also help build communities.

Published: June 2014

Archive »Our State

Columbus: Roaring Ahead

Columbus: Roaring Ahead

Connections, creativity and college kids

Published: June 2014
Brunswick | Golden Isles: Booming Business

Brunswick | Golden Isles: Booming Business

Ships, planes and tourism

Published: June 2014
Albany | Dougherty County: Stability And Growth

Albany | Dougherty County: Stability And Growth

Education, technology and energy efficiency

Published: June 2014

Archive »Up Front

Political Notes: June 2014

A new gun law for Georgia, child welfare reform and accolades for House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams.

Published: June 2014

Organizations: Sautee Nacoochee Community Association

Candice Dyer showcases the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association, a cultural venue and supporter of the arts in Northeast Georgia.

Published: June 2014

Economic Development: June 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including more expansions for King’s Hawaiian and Millennium Mat Co.

Published: June 2014

Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: A Good Hook

Neely Young: A Good Hook

For effective economic development, every community needs a “hook,” something different to offer prospective contacts.

Published: June 2014
Business Casual: Teachers Rule

Business Casual: Teachers Rule

Teachers – the good ones – are the answer to many of the questions and problems plaguing schools. Any effort to involve them should be applauded.

Published: June 2014
Georgia View: Keeping Score On Common Core

Georgia View: Keeping Score On Common Core

The Common Core debate has spawned both some misconceptions and a few odd alliances.

Published: June 2014
Economy: Athens' Expanding Economy

Economy: Athens' Expanding Economy

From an expanding healthcare sector and more manufacturing to UGA’s new College of Engineering, the Athens area is set to grow.

Published: June 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Charging Up

Sustainable Georgia: Charging Up

Now that even some of the big oil companies are looking toward new energy solutions, alternative fueled vehicles are set to dominate, and the shift is gaining momentum.

Published: June 2014

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Cinco y Diez

Art Of The Meal: Cinco y Diez

Cinco y Diez recasts the old Athens 5&10 location as a Latin-inspired spot rife with local ingredients and packed with flavor.

Published: June 2014

Power Player: Putting Veterans To Work

Bill Huff is bringing attention to the new Student Veterans Resource Center at UGA.

Published: June 2014
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