Kennesaw State University economics professor says...
by Philip Clements
04:00 AM, Thursday, March 05
AUSTELL — A local economics professor gave some good news to a group of south Cobb business leaders, saying low oil prices and a recovering housing market are both indications of strong economic growth in the county. Roger Tutterow from Kennesaw S...

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