About Patrick Hickey

Authored 6 articles.


  • JAMES Magazine Online: Cobb Commissioners Sign Off On $1.6 Million for MLB All Star Game

    News, November 30, 2023

  • Georgia Hospitality Leaders: Better Days Ahead

    Features, December 10, 2020

    It’s not exactly breaking news that the hospitality industry was one of those hit the hardest by COVID-19. But Georgia leaders have not rested on their laurels, working to secure economic relief and provide support until traffic picks back up.

  • COVID Consortium Launches to Help Firms Navigate Testing

    Features, May 01, 2020

    Augusta-based CopernicusMD, a leader in medical, laboratory and billing analytics, yesterday announced the launch of The COVID Consortium, a council of physicians, business leaders, clinical laboratory executives and retired military brass to provide testing resources and guidance to businesses across the country preparing to re-open in the COVID-19 environment.

  • Major Data Corporations to Announce Breakthrough to Keep COVID-19 From Spreading… Again

    Features, April 09, 2020

    With the Centers for Disease Control set to announce today new guidelines to allow some who have been potentially exposed to COVID-19 to return to work, utilizing specific instructions, the greater issue of how to prevent a recurring spread of COVID-19 in future months is on the horizon. A partnership of some top data providers, aggregators, and those who process and utilize that data are about to offer, along with the potential antibody the best solution to controlling future spread of the disease.

  • U.S. Mint Honors Georgia’s Secret Garden

    Features, September 06, 2019

    In 1734, just two years after General James Oglethorpe founded Georgia as a British Colony, he established the continent’s first public agricultural experimental garden in the new city of Savannah. The Trustees’ Garden, modeled after botanical gardens at some of England’s most prominent universities, was to experiment with growing a wide array of commercial produce such as silk, cotton, and wine, as well as medical botanicals.

  • Isakson, Perdue Help Secure $35M in Disaster Relief

    Features, May 16, 2019

    Last week we wrote about the work U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) are doing to secure much needed disaster relief funds for Georgia farmers impacted by Hurricane Michael.