Marietta approves term limits

Politicians often make bold promises about their desire to install term limits, but very rarely do those words turn to action.  Not so in the City of Marietta, where the City Council Wednesday voted 6-1 in favor of capping limits for city offices at 12 years.  The...

Rainbow crosswalks carry big price tag

The City of Atlanta released the cost of its rainbow crosswalks it installed in Midtown earlier this month, and some are balking at the figure.  The crosswalks are painted in honor of LGBT equality, of course a major issue for many in Midtown Atlanta, long considered...

Peanuts headed for big harvest

While the Georgia peach crop suffers from a historically bad harvest, things are looking up for another of the state’s biggest cash crops.  High rainfall and cool temperatures this spring have led an 18% increase in peanuts planted so far this year, boding well...

Major healthcare promotions for pair of Georgians

Another Georgian has been tapped by President Donald Trump for a key position – head of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, the commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health, will head up the CDC.  In response Governor...

Lawsuit seeks to throw out CD-6 results

Colorado-based government-watchdog group Coalition for Good Governance has filed a lawsuit against several Georgia entities arguing that the results of the 6th Congressional race between Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff be thrown out because of security concerns relating...

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