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In a statement released through Facebook Jan. 4, Sen. Michael Williams announced that legislation was officially withdrawn to create the county’s second city of Sharon Springs. Williams also took …
 
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It’s easy to assume that, as prices fall and technology advances, sales of alternative-fuel vehicles, such as all-electric or hybrids, would continue to rise in Georgia. After all, the state was …
It has been nine years since a record drought placed the northern third of Georgia into a state of emergency. Outdoor watering was banned, and Lake Lanier, which provides water to more than 3 …
Both The Commons and Stingers, Kennesaw State University’s two dining halls, are at the forefront of collegiate dining facilities looking to provide fresh, locally grown food while also reducing …
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The doors of Gwinnett Technical College’s Alpharetta-North Fulton campus swung open on Old Milton Parkway for the first time Jan. 6. They admitted students at long last who will learn skills for …
Georgia’s economy continued its post-recession growth in 2015, but the rate of growth has moderated significantly. The economy created only 46,000 jobs in the first nine months of the year, a …
After 12 years of leading the Technology Association of Georgia, Tino Mantella announced that he will be stepping down as the organization’s president and CEO at the end of 2016. The news was …
While North Georgia utilities map strategies to meet the needs for a growing population, one Alpharetta company is designing technology to harvest resources from what has already been used. SICON, …