June 2015

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Firing On All Cylinders

Firing On All Cylinders

Georgia’s auto industry continues to grow – and it’s no accident.

Published: June 2015
An Ounce of Prevention

An Ounce of Prevention

A focus on preventing illness is transforming sick care into healthcare.

Published: June 2015
A Fed's-Eye View

A Fed's-Eye View

A Q&A with the president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Published: June 2015
The Taste of Success

The Taste of Success

From chickens to produce to specialty products, food processing is a huge and growing industry in the Peach State.

Published: June 2015
Home Again, Home Again

Home Again, Home Again

Residential real estate is coming back slowly and steadily.

Published: June 2015
Showtime!

Showtime!

The Fox Theatre Institute is helping to revitalize communities by bringing back treasured theatres around the state.

Published: June 2015
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Archive »Our State

Columbus: Shoring Up The Economy

Columbus: Shoring Up The Economy

Tourism, education and the military

Published: June 2015
Brunswick | Golden Isles: Five-Star Region

Brunswick | Golden Isles: Five-Star Region

Vacations, golf and retail

Published: June 2015
Barrow County: Barrow Builds

Barrow County: Barrow Builds

Construction, innovative education and employment

Published: June 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: June 2015

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including a Kaiser Permanente IT campus in Midtown and a Georgia Power solar farm at Fort Benning.

Published: June 2015

Organizations: The Nature Conservancy

Candice Dyer focuses on The Nature Conservancy, which is working to protect the state’s land and water.

Published: June 2015

Political Notes: June 2015

Larry O’Neal takes on a judgeship, Tyrone Brooks resigns before his guilty plea and Michelle Nunn will become the new CEO of CARE.

Published: June 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: An Old, Sweet Song

Neely Young: An Old, Sweet Song

The willingness of Georgia to include all races and people as equal has been the cornerstone of our success.

Published: June 2015
Business Casual: Wanted: Real Villains

Business Casual: Wanted: Real Villains

Despite the “culture of fear,” she is said to have created, it was hard to make Dr. Beverly Hall, a woman dying of cancer, into a satisfactory villain during the APS cheating trial.

Published: June 2015
Georgia View: Peake Performance

Georgia View: Peake Performance

Rep. Allen Peake’s Haleigh’s Hope Act is about compassion and ending suffering for an estimated 500,000 Georgians.

Published: June 2015
Guest Commentary: One Neighborhood At A Time

Guest Commentary: One Neighborhood At A Time

Turning Atlanta’s East Lake Community around meant improving housing, education and quality of life. The problems were great, but so was the opportunity.

Published: June 2015
Economy: Risky Business

Economy: Risky Business

The housing upturn will provide a substantial boost to the number of new homeowners’ and title policies written in Georgia.

Published: June 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Location and Affordability

Sustainable Georgia: Location and Affordability

Tax credits and incentives currently drive affordable housing, but there is no coalition lobbying for them and subsidies are shrinking.

Published: June 2015
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Fortify

Art Of The Meal: Fortify

In Clayton, the first serious homegrown restaurant to highlight local foodways and wines has won diners’ affection – and no wonder.

Published: June 2015
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