Georgians donate to Florence victims

In a pair of moves that have perhaps flown under the radar, two big Georgia names have pledged to give significant aid to our neighbors to the north as they recover from the devastating Hurricane Florence.  Arthur Blank and the UPS Foundation have each promised $1...

Braves are division champs!

We’ve recently seen stories about how the SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta have been beneficial to Cobb County, but the team has been an on-field success as well.  The Braves over the weekend won the National League East, its first title in five years.  The...

Atlanta named fastest growing ‘beer city’

A recent study from Airbnb on the nation’s “top trending beer destinations” has ranked Atlanta as the fastest growing city for beer in the U.S.  With more than 30 new breweries opening up over the past few years and another 30+ slated for 2018 and...

Time for Cameras in Fulton Co. Courtrooms

Atlanta City Councilmen Howard Shook and J.P. Matzigkeit have introduced a resolution calling for cameras to be installed in Fulton County Magistrate and Superior Court courtrooms. They say cameras would allow for the “live-streaming of select court proceedings for...

“Re-do” ordered for House race

The Republican primary race in HD-26 will be replayed following a decision by Judge David Sweat.  The case, which has garnered national attention, came as a result of a lawsuit filed by incumbent Rep. Dan Gasaway, who discovered that some 70 voters placed into the...

Bethel named to GA Supreme Court

Former State Sen. Charlie Bethel (R-Dalton) has been named by Gov. Nathan Deal to fill the vacancy on the state’s Supreme Court, left by the retiring Chief Justice P. Harris Hines.  Bethel previously served on Georgia’s Court of Appeals.  Deal also announced...

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