Local law firm distributes virus masks

Chuck Clay (far left ) and Brad Carver (center) help deliver critical N95 masks to an Atlanta health center Thursday. Their law firm, Hall Booth Smith P.C. is assisting a client in supplying these critical masks to protect healthcare workers during the COVID-19...

Hartsfield-Jackson slammed by pandemic

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, but Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, typically one of (if not the) world’s busiest, has been crushed by the COVID-19 outbreak.  The airport has seen an 85% decrease in passengers, and...

Abrams for VP?

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has been a little off the radar recently, but as Joe Biden sews up the Democratic presidential primary, we could be hearing her name pop up quite a bit more.  Liberal think tank Way to Win commissioned a poll of...

Olympics to be postponed

News started coming out on Monday that this summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo will likely be postponed to a later date. That would mark the first postponement of the event, though three others have been cancelled during World Wars I and II. Georgia of course has...

Amended budget helps rural hospitals

House Appropriations Chair Representative Terry England (R – Auburn) and Senate Appropriations Chair Senator Jack Hill (R – Reidsville) helped make sure that an extra $5 million made it into the amended 2020 fiscal year budget to go to rural hospitals to help with the...

Cobb Schools Approve Teacher Pay

Purse strings are getting tight during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but Cobb County Schools have taken steps to make sure their hourly and salary employees get paid through it.  The Cobb County School Board voted Thursday to use more than $3 million in general...

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