GOP Needs a Warren Re-Election in Cobb Co.

Longtime Cobb Sheriff Neil Warren’s annual Corn Boilin’ event for charity last night brought out the lawman’s supporters but also a throng of Republican activists who will have the sheriff at the top of their Cobb County ticket in 2020. Democrat...

Harris gets GA love

Georgia will likely prove to be a key state in the 2020 Democratic primaries for president, and if so, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) should be feeling good.  Georgia House Minority Leader Bob Trammell (D-Luthersville) endorsed Harris last week, making him one of the few...

GA Lottery’s Record Year

The Georgia Lottery posted a record setting FY 2019, transferring more than $1.2 billion(!) to the State Treasury’s Lottery for Education Account this month.  Over the organization’s 26 years it has raised over $21 billion for Georgia students.  With eight...

Georgia lands Amazon

No, it’s not the infamous HQ2, but Amazon announced this week that it will be building a 700,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Gwinnett and DeKalb Counties that will employ more than 1,000 Georgians.  Gov. Brian Kemp applauded the move, and while these...

City of Atlanta faces off with school system

The City of Atlanta is suing its own school system – Atlanta Public Schools, over allegations that the school system is not keeping up with payments owed on city bonds.  The two entities, once tied together but now more or less separate, have had a testy...

Entire S. Fulton City Council in legal trouble

In an unprecedented case, the entire city council of the City of South Fulton has been summoned to appear before Fulton County Superior Court Judge Rachel Krause to explain why they have not complied with demands to give up documents related to the dismissal of a...

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