October 2013

Archive »Features

Class Act

Class Act

Charter schools – publicly funded and privately run – are gaining ground as a new state commission takes charge.

Published: October 2013
2013 Forty Under Forty

2013 Forty Under Forty

Our 17th annual list of achievers from business, government, healthcare and nonprofits.

Published: October 2013
Cell Mates

Cell Mates

Collaborative university efforts are driving ground-floor biotech discoveries.

Published: October 2013
Core Connections

Core Connections

Atlanta’s Oglethorpe University refines its niche.

Published: October 2013

Archive »Our State

Athens | Clarke County: College Town, Boom Town

Athens | Clarke County: College Town, Boom Town

Locations, expansions and transformations

Published: October 2013
Georgia 400: Here Come The Jobs

Georgia 400: Here Come The Jobs

Community, connectivity and amenities

Published: October 2013
Gainesville | Hall County: A Healthy Mix

Gainesville | Hall County: A Healthy Mix

Poultry, tourism, education and manufacturing

Published: October 2013

Archive »Up Front

Political Notes: October 2013

Political Notes: October 2013

Four former governors pay tribute to Bill Shipp, Deal’s not happy with Florida and Porter is the new Democratic Party head.

Published: October 2013

Economic Development: October 2013

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including a manufacturing uptick and a Toyo Tire expansion in Bartow County.

Published: October 2013

Organizations: The Georgia Sea Turtle Center

Candice Dyer highlights the Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island.

Published: October 2013

Archive »Commentary

Sustainable Georgia: Connecting The Dots

Sustainable Georgia: Connecting The Dots

EarthShare is a lean and effective network mechanism, bringing existing partners to new potential collaborators to advance their reach.

Published: October 2013
Economy: Getting Schooled

Economy: Getting Schooled

A near doubling of the University System’s economic impact since FY 1990 represents a 98 percent growth – a gain that far outstrips inflation.

Published: October 2013
Georgia View: An Ebbing Red Tide?

Georgia View: An Ebbing Red Tide?

There is unease within the GOP activist community, which leans well right of the political center on a wide range of issues.

Published: October 2013
Business Casual: Are We There Yet?

Business Casual: Are We There Yet?

Among those who profess themselves “tired of hearing about” the Trayvon Martin case, you sense a weariness, a “Not that again, please” – as though the fact of wishing racism away should be enough.

Published: October 2013
Neely Young: Hospitals Under Stress

Neely Young: Hospitals Under Stress

To offset reductions in federal Medicaid payments in Georgia, cost shifts will affect those of us who have medical insurance.

Published: October 2013

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: King & Duke

Art Of The Meal: King & Duke

Chef-owner Ford Fry’s take on an earlier style of American cooking – over open fires, with elemental and seasonal ingredients – all smoke-kissed.

Published: October 2013
Power Players: Journalist And Island Chronicler

Power Players: Journalist And Island Chronicler

Writer and St. Simons native Jingle Davis was a natural to write a book on the island’s history.

Published: October 2013
Sports Desk: Becoming A Sportswriter

Sports Desk: Becoming A Sportswriter

It’s been a long and eventful journey from a farm in Middle Georgia to a career covering sports and sports heroes. And it’s still fun.

Published: October 2013
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