Abrams for VP?

Despite a loss last November, few political stars have burned brighter than Stacey Abrams’ in recent years.  Could that star now be headed for Washington?  Rumors are flying that Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden could name Abrams as his own VP nominee...

Energy Sec. visits Vogtle

U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry joins Gov. Brian Kemp, Southern Co. Chairman & CEO Tom Fanning and Georgia Power Co. Chairman & CEO Paul Bowers at Plant Vogtle tomorrow where more than 7,000 workers are building the nation’s first new nuclear...

VP heads to GA

Vice President Mike Pence is in town today, first touring the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Atlanta office, followed by a big money fundraiser for U.S. Sen. David Perdue, who is gearing up to run for his second term in 2020.  Though he doesn’t yet...

Battery-maker breaks ground in GA

Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday attended the groundbreaking for SK Battery America’s $1.67 billion investment in Jackson County.  The facility will create more than 2,000 jobs, making it one of the largest single investments in state history.  Kemp called the South...

Ga. 400 expansion hits Sandy Springs

As the Georgia Department of Transportation continues with its plans to widen and expand Ga. 400 near I-285, some Sandy Springs residents are caught in the crossfire.  The news came down last week that the GDOT will have to purchase some 40 homes to widen the highway,...

Atlanta’s Mayor (Again) Abusing Airport Oversight

Did you know that the campaign manager for Keisha Lance Bottoms before she became Atlanta’s mayor— and one of the six people improperly placed on the city payroll before her inauguration— was appointed “deputy airport general manager” with an annual salary of...

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