Wednesday, May 12, 2010

GNB Update

Time for another edition of "Hyperlocal Wednesday" on GNB...Here's what's happening...

Good news for Atlanta's economy. The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that metro Atlanta had the 18th strongest economy in the nation. That's according to a study released by the Policom Group today. Seattle was rated tops in the nation, followed by Washington, Denver, Houston, and Sacramento. Rounding out the top 10 are Salt Lake City, Des Moines, Iowa, San Diego, Madison, Wis., and Dallas-Fort Worth.

Robins Air Force Base is adding more jobs. The Warner Robins Patriot reports that it will gain five military and 62 civilian positions. That's coming under a realignment proposed by the U.S. Air Force Tuesday. The decision includes conversions from contractor to civilian work.

and SWGA Politics on why a southwest Georgia attorney isn't facing criminal charges for illegally having a gun in his desk drawer.

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