Anti-Trump teacher resigns

The final chapter of the story involving Cherokee County teacher who kicked students wearing ‘Make America Great Again’ shirts out of her classroom appears to have been written.  Lyn Orletsky, who told her River Ridge High School students that wearing the...

A Record Quarter for the Georgia Lottery

The Georgia Lottery Corp. just announced record profits for education during the first quarter of fiscal year 2018. Profits transferred to the state treasury’s Lottery for Education Account total $290.45 million, surpassing last year’s record first quarter transfer by...

Lighting the ‘line

Not a minute too soon, lighting is coming to Atlanta’s Eastside Beltline.  The fixtures come as part of a ‘Light the Line’ initiative that seemed to have stalled out over the past year, but officials last week said that the lights would be installed...

Fortune 500 company to open Midtown office

Insurance company Anthem announced Thursday its plans to build a 21 story highrise in Atlanta’s Midtown that will create over 3,000 jobs.  Great news for city officials who hope to point to another big business win as they attempt to lure Amazon’s second...

Marijuana drama from City Hall

Early Wednesday morning the official Twitter account of the Atlanta City Council tweeted that Mayor Kasim Reed had vetoed the recently passed marijuana decriminalization bill.  After outrage from supporters of the measure, (which passed the council unanimously) the...

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