Gwinnett moving forward on transit

As many Metro Atlanta counties continue to wrestle with the idea of expanding public transportation, Gwinnett County is planning to move forward with a major step toward integrating with the existing infrastructure.  The county’s Board of Commissioners will vote...

Handel speaks at opioid summit

U.S. Rep. Karen Handel may be in the midst of a contested re-election campaign, but she still has time to confront a major issue in Georgia – the opioid epidemic.  Handel last week helped convene the Opioid Summit at Dunwoody City Hall, an event created to help...

Georgia State tops for black graduates

Atlanta’s Georgia State University can boast an impressive statistic – it graduates more African American students than any other college in America.  Coupled with rapidly increasing graduation rates and a major campus construction overhaul, the...

City of Buckhead?

The recent bill (signed by Gov. Nathan Deal) to allow part of Stockbridge to de-annex itself and vote on becoming a new city has brought up the age-old Atlanta question – could Buckhead, the city’s most affluent suburb, split into its own city?  Local...

Reed Feared Public Would Learn of Damning Subpoena

More evidence of the culture of corruption that flourished under former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed continues to be exposed. Reed withheld from public release a damning Sept. 9, 2016 federal subpoena which revealed the full scope of an ongoing federal corruption probe....

Sports betting in GA?

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday struck down a federal law that prohibits sports gambling in states other than Nevada, opening the door for the other 49 states to vote on allowing the practice.  The landmark ruling comes in favor of New Jersey, who filed the suit, but...

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