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Hartsfield-Jackson Still Rules The Air For Atlanta-Area Fliers, But Others Trying To Create Alternative

Chicago has two. So does Washington, Houston, Dallas and Miami. New York has three big ones, and several smaller ones. But why is Atlanta the only top 10 US Metro area with one passenger airport?

Macon Voices Describe Blight

Macon community members define blight.

South Georgia Communities Seeing Loss Of Revenue Due To Tax Cuts

Economic recovery is coming slowly for rural South Georgia. Many local governments there have made deep cuts in staff and services. And those communities say they're taking another hit...from tax cuts passed by state lawmakers two years ago.

Chick-fil-A Founder Truett Cathy On Faith And Business

More than 4,000 people paid tribute to Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy at his funeral Wednesday in Jonesboro. Cathy died Monday at the age of 93. Faith played a major role in his life including his decision to close Chick–fil–a on Sundays.

Eddie Shirey of Conyers, Ga.

Sherman's March - By Bike

Eddie Shirey of Conyers, Ga., speaks with GPB's Sarah McCammon about his forthcoming e-book, “Atlanta to Savannah: a Cyclist’s Guidebook,” scheduled for release in October.

Georgia Peanut Farmers Hope For More Rain Ahead Of Harvest

Georgia peanut farmers are about three weeks away from harvesting their crops, and many hoping for more rain and cooler temperatures. Georgia grows about half of the nation's peanuts.

When Same-Sex Couples In Savannah Leave The City To Get Married, They Take Their Wallets With Them

Savannah’s lush squares and beautiful coastline make it a popular destination for weddings. This weekend, vendors will meet there for the first-ever LGBT Wedding Expo. Some couples will take part in a mass commitment ceremony to celebrate their love. Same-sex weddings aren’t legally recognized in Georgia – but that could change, if a lawsuit against the state’s gay marriage ban is successful. And that could mean a new market for wedding vendors.

Charting The Future Of Atlanta's Airport

The new General Manager of Atlanta's airport wants to lure more international visitors to the city. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world's busiest, serving around 95 million passengers every year. But only 10 million or so arrive from foreign destinations.

Napa Valley, Sonoma...Hiwassee Highlands? Georgia Gets Its First "American Viticultural Area"

Georgia’s wine industry took a step forward last week, when the federal government recognized the state’s first American Viticultural Area, or AVA. There are over 200 such areas in the US (California’s Napa Valley is probably the best known).

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