Governor Deal Recognizes Leaders in Tourism Industry

On Wednesday in Savannah, Governor Nathan Deal presented awards to the winners across several categories at the Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference in Savannah. Hosted by the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) and the Georgia Association of...
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Fiorina Announces Georgia Team

ATLANTA – Georgia’s election last year in which voters bypassed veteran politicians to elect an outsider to the U.S. Senate gives added encouragement to presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, who will announce today (TUESDAY) 15 veteran Republicans are...

Nerds Have Economic Impact Too

It’s Labor Day in Metro Atlanta and what does that mean? The Braves are out of town but the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game will feature Auburn playing Louisville, the Taste of Georgia is at Chateau Elan and Black Gay Pride will take over parts of Midtown and Piedmont...

Sheriffs Oppose Lopez as Obama’s Federal Judge Pick

Two sheriffs from large suburban Atlanta counties who cooperate with federal authorities under the federal 287(g) program to apprehend and deport illegal aliens have written letters to Georgia’s U.S. Senators David Perdue and Johnny Isakson opposing President Barack...

The 2015 July/August issue of James is now available online!  CLICK HERE to view the interactive version.
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Cobb Chairman Tim Lee on public safety

On July 14, Commissioner Lisa Cupid had an encounter with an undercover unit of the Cobb Police Department. This experience was distressing to the Commissioner. On behalf of Cobb County, I am deeply sorry for how this incident has impacted Commissioner Cupid and her...

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Floating Boats

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before – the DeKalb CEO is under investigation from authorities as part of an ongoing fraud investigation.  This time it’s Lee May and his former chief of staff and purchasing director who are on the hot seat as the police look into a 2010 event wherein May received money and repairs from a plumbing company which later received a major contract with the county.  May insists on his innocence in the matter, but this same old DeKalb story sees his ship SINKING…

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