Q&A: Karen Kinsell, M.D.

At 2:45 on a Wednesday afternoon, nearly two hours after her office has officially closed, Dr. Karen Kinsell is hoping to get to a 3:00 community health meeting. But there are still four patients waiting to be seen at her…

Features

Local Control

The term local control means keeping government close to home. For folks in six Georgia counties, local control is overseen by someone who goes above and beyond the call to improve the lives of his or her constituents. The ACCG,…

Treating Cancer Closer to Home

When you think of places where people go for cancer treatment, certain names may come to mind – University of Texas MD Anderson, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s, Memorial Sloan Kettering and Mayo Clinic, to name a few. What many people don’t…

Boosting Business

Streetscapes, sidewalks and trails are the bread and butter of many community improvement districts (CIDs), and those in once-suburban Gwinnett are no exception. In fact, the tiny Braselton CID devoted its efforts to partnering with the city, county and state…

Our State

Columbus: Overflowing with Opportunity

The city of Columbus has brought opportunities to thousands of people over its 191-year history. Columbus pre-dates Atlanta by nearly two decades, has long been an economic hub of Georgia and today boasts a vibrant downtown, rich cultural heritage and…

Brunswick | Golden Isles: Riding a New Wave

They’re making stuff in Brunswick. Oh, they’ve been doing that for decades on an industrial scale, of course, from bleached pulp to luxury jet interiors to frozen seafood. We’re talking here, though, about individual makers, entrepreneurs who work with their…

Upfront

Organizations: Second Helpings Atlanta

With the motto “driving out hunger, one mile at a time,” Second Helpings Atlanta (SHA) addresses both food insecurity and waste by rescuing surplus fresh and prepared food and delivering it to those in need. “We don’t have to create…

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Microgrid Partnership: Georgia Tech and Georgia Power Co. have teamed up to build a new 1.4 MW microgrid in Midtown Atlanta at Tech Square. The microgrid will be a self-contained power system for Tech Square that includes energy management systems,…

Political Notes: Ups, Downs, and In-betweens

Erwin Elected – Again: The third time was apparently the charm for state Rep. Chris Erwin (R-Homer) who had to win three primary elections to secure his Georgia House seat. He won the last race in April with 75.48 percent…

Trendsetters: Keeping a Craft Alive

Bill Oyster’s driving force has always been following what makes him happy. The former professional bicycle racer had a lot of time on his hands after a career-ending accident, so he channeled it into his fly-fishing hobby. He worked as…

Economic Development Around the State

Bartow Chicken: Chick-fil-A is building its first company-owned distribution center in Cartersville. The facility, which will open in the summer of 2020 and create up to 300 jobs, will be able to serve up to 300 restaurants. College Park Produce:…

Opinion

From the Publisher: Housing Hopes

After reporting on the affordable housing shortage in the Atlanta region last September, I revisited the issue to see what action has been taken in the nine months since. HouseATL was created in January 2018 as a collaborative effort to…

Business Casual: Georgia, Georgia

A few years ago, when I was helping move my daughter into her freshman dormitory in our nation’s capital and busily unloading boxes from the car, a man who had just alighted from his New Jersey-tagged vehicle with a yippy…

At Issue: No Easy Sell

Since 2005, 10 new cities have been chartered in Metro Atlanta. The first was the city of Sandy Springs that year, followed the next year by Johns Creek, Milton and Chattahoochee Hills – all in Fulton County. Then DeKalb and…

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Leads and Lattes – July 2019 @ Troy University Riverfront Campus
Jul 10 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Leads and Lattes - July 2019 @ Troy University Riverfront Campus

Start your morning off with this Investor-only coffee and networking event that is limited to only 32 individuals. Everyone has the opportunity to talk about their business, distribute promotional items, and network with fellow Investors, in a small and inviting atmosphere.

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Greater Columbus GA Chamber Business After Hours @ Rivermill Event Center
Jul 25 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Greater Columbus GA Chamber Business After Hours @ Rivermill Event Center | | |

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages in a relaxed setting with other Chamber members once the work day ends. Hosted at a fellow member business starting at 5:30pm the Business After Hours is the perfect opportunity to meet, mingle and make new contacts. This is a member exclusive event. 21 & up

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Greater Hall Chamber Business After Hours @ Georgia Mountain Food Bank
Aug 8 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The faces of hunger may surprise you. Come learn more as Georgia Mountain Food Bank kicks off our fall activities at Business After Hours on August 8. Hosted at GMFB, and sponsored by Liberty Utilities, we will share our fall calendar including introducing the Quinlan Visual Arts Center’s newest exhibit, “Still Hungry in America,” opening August 16, which explores the faces of hunger over the past fifty years as captured by photographer Al Clayton and his daughter Jennie. Join us for food, music and fun and hear all we have going while networking with Chamber friends. gamountainfoodbank.org

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Georgia Trend’s 2019 40 Under 40 Celebration @ Ocean's Ballroom of the Georgia Aqarium
Oct 30 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Georgia Trend's 2019 40 Under 40 Celebration @ Ocean's Ballroom of the Georgia Aqarium

Join us for our annual celebration of Georgia Trend’s 2019 40 Under 40 nominees.

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