Arrest in campaign sign clash

Campaign season can get testy – and that includes drama surrounding all those campaign signs in yards and on right of ways across the state.  Just ask Giancarlos Tsitsilianos, a man who was recently arrested following a fight that sprung out of him being accused...

HOPE hits milestone

Gov. Brian Kemp last week announced a major milestone for the state’s HOPE Scholarship Program – it has now aided more than 2 million Georgia students in pursuing postsecondary education.  That’s more than than $12.6 billion awarded since the program...

Chick-fil-A’s new leader

Georgia’s favorite fast food restaurant is getting a new CEO – and it’s staying in the family.  Andrew Cathy, grandson of Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy and son of current CEO Dan, will take over on November 1st.  Under Dan’s leadership the...

Georgia prisons under investigation

The U.S. Justice Department announced Tuesday that it would be opening an investigation into the conditions of Georgia prisons, which have come under scrutiny in recent years following some startling death numbers and allegations of sub-par health and safety...

Woolard as chair stirs Raffensperger’s ire

The Democrat-controlled Fulton County Commission is expected to appoint Democrat activist Cathy Woolard to chair Fulton County’s elections oversight board. The board consists of two Democrats and two Republicans with the fifth chairperson acting as the tie breaker....

House candidate’s big platform

Sabrina Greene-Kent, a Democratic candidate for the Savannah-based Georgia House District 165 seat left vacant by the death of Rep. Mickey Stephens, is making some bold campaign pledges.  For starters, she says minimum wage should be increased to a whopping $48.15,...

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