Colonial Pipeline’s $65M new digs

Not the biggest story involving Colonial Pipeline this week – but the oil giant will move into a new 62-acre, $65 million headquarters in Alpharetta early next year.  Good news for the city just north of Atlanta, that the company is staying in town and investing...

Shepherd Center leans into virtual care

  One upside of the pandemic was that healthcare organizations were forced to make the leap into expanding their telehealth and virtual care options.  The Shepherd Center in Atlanta, one of the world’s foremost spinal and brain care hospitals, did not miss...

New entrant in Atlanta mayoral race

A third candidate filed paperwork Wednesday in Atlanta’s wide-open mayoral race, and he comes with some serious baggage.  City Councilman Antonio Brown is currently under federal indictment for fraud, with prosecutors alleging that he lied on credit applications...

Kemp bails out Butler

Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday vetoed SB 156, which would have created the position of chief labor officer within the Georgia Department of Labor – essentially gutting the power of the labor commissioner, currently Republican Mark Butler.  The bill came out of angst...

Watch the May 9th Georgia Gang on YouTube!

Democrat Bobby Kaple and Republican Martha Zoller join Lori, Phil and Cathy for the May 9th broadcast that starts with analysis over Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ stunning decision not to seek re-election. That topic turns to the fired Atlanta police...

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