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Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

A new KSU president, barbecue in D.C. and more water wars.

Published: August 2018

Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

A mid-summer runoff, Sally Yates has a new job and the hands-free driving law arrives July 1.

Published: July 2018

Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

Georgia’s new chief justice, no tuition hike for Georgia colleges and a new ports authority appointment.

Published: June 2018

Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

Who’s running in the state primary May 22, MARTA gets a new CEO and an open records investigation at Atlanta City Hall.

Published: May 2018

Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

NRA support to Georgia’s congressional delegation, a new PSC chair and a new state rep for District 175.

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

More clean-energy jobs in Georgia, Shaw Industries achieves carbon neutrality and bald eagle numbers improve along the coast.

Published: August 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Beehives on corporate campuses and Aflac receives ISO certification.

Published: July 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

The Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act offers funding for conservation, and Emory gets a gold rating for sustainability.

Published: June 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Solar power continues to grow throughout Georgia, with two new solar farms on tap.

Published: May 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Georgia is named a top LEED state, and the St. Simons Land Trust aims to preserve the island’s natural setting.

Published: April 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Green home building grows around the state.

Published: March 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

In Morrow, TOTO USA ups its green power, and Go Green Synthetic Lawn Solutions reduces its carbon footprint in Dalton.

Published: February 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Georgia Tech’s environmentally advanced building and earth-friendly senior living in Fairburn.

Published: January 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

A jet biofuel source, protecting wetlands and a new clean-energy financing option.

Published: December 2017

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Gov. Nathan Deal a Distinguished Conservationist, Southface recognizes Serenbe and Cox Enterprises recycling milestone.

Published: November 2017
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Archive »Organizations

Organizations: Reforming Arts

Reforming Arts helps incarcerated women achieve educational goals and provides the means to build purposeful, meaningful lives once they get out of prison.

Published: August 2018

Organizations: W-Underdogs

W-Underdogs helps local pets – and the kids who help them – in South Atlanta.

Published: July 2018

Organizations: Backstreet Community Arts

Backstreet Community Arts provides artistic opportunities for healing and personal growth in Newnan.

Published: June 2018

Organizations: Midwest Food Bank

Midwest Food Bank distributes $1 million worth of food each month throughout the Southeast.

Published: May 2018

Organizations: The Sugar Bert International Sports Foundation

The Sugar Bert International Sports Foundation trains at-risk, underserved children in the art of boxing.

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Economic Development

Economic Development Around the State

News in Jackson County, Dalton, Macon and more.

Published: August 2018

Economic Development Around the State

New projects in Atlanta, Chattooga County, Gainesville and more.

Published: July 2018

Economic Development Around the State

Announcements in Atlanta, Savannah, Social Circle and more.

Published: June 2018

Economic Development Around the State

News in Atlanta, Cook County, Moultrie and more.

Published: May 2018

Economic Development Around the State

Projects in Duluth, Newnan, Houston County and more.

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Economic Developments Around The State

Organizations: Reforming Arts

Reforming Arts helps incarcerated women achieve educational goals and provides the means to build purposeful, meaningful lives once they get out of prison.

Published: August 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

More clean-energy jobs in Georgia, Shaw Industries achieves carbon neutrality and bald eagle numbers improve along the coast.

Published: August 2018

Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

A new KSU president, barbecue in D.C. and more water wars.

Published: August 2018

Trendsetters: Far-flung Flavors

For Pouch Pies in Athens and Norcross, global flavors mean savory success.

Published: August 2018

Economic Development Around the State

News in Jackson County, Dalton, Macon and more.

Published: August 2018
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