Lewis honored with ship naming

One year to the day after the passing of John Lewis, his memory was honored with the naming of the USNS John Lewis, the newest in a class of Navy oiler ships.  Nearly 30 members of Congress were on hand at the dedication ceremony, including a bipartisan group of...

New Atlanta park officially opens

Atlanta’s newest park is finally here, as city officials gathered this week to celebrate the opening of Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Atlanta’s Westside.  The state of the art park, which doubles as a stormwater runoff reservoir, is named after Atlanta Alderman,...

Pair of govt. officials on the rise

Two municipal officials from Georgia – Union City Mayor Vince Williams and DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson – have been selected by national organizations to serve in high profile leadership roles.  Williams serves as the first vice president of...

Republican wins bellwether race

Some good news for GOP officials looking towards 2022, as Republican Devan Seabaugh emerged victorious Tuesday in the special election runoff for a contentious Cobb County-based state House seat vacated by longtime Rep. Bert Reeves.  Both parties dumped cash into the...

Judge approves Augusta judicial split

A lawsuit challenging Senate Bill 9, which split the Augusta Judicial Circuit, was rejected by a judge Monday, allowing the new judicial circuit to split as soon as the end of this week.  The bill will create the new Columbia Judicial Circuit, leaving Richmond and...

Stacey Abrams Not Running for Governor?

Reliable Democratic sources tell InsiderAdvantage that 2018 gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, who’s spending a lot of time in California with Hollywood’s liberal elite, isn’t sure she wants to run for governor. Democratic activists are now wondering who would...

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