This is perhaps the most bizarre morning read you ever read. Blame Todd.
A new study shows that over 45,000 children are homeless in our fair state.
A young girl from North Georgia, who had been abducted and slain earlier this month, was buried in Puerto Rico.
Eight people have been charged by the Feds for running a prostitution ring in Atlanta. One wonders if these folks could put a wig on a pig and get her a gig.
Georgia’s Headstart program may be in trouble–an audit reveals the program didn’t conduct proper background checks on employees among other potential problems.
A Georgia Cop has been charged with . . . . fleeing from a cop!
In Rochelle, schools met and discussed leaving the GHSA. Class 1A public schools can’t compete with Class 1A private schools, or so it is being argued.
Macon’s Mayor and City Council were sworn in last night. Mayor Reichert begins his second term in office, after having won a hotly contested primary against Robert Brown, C. Jack Ellis, and Paul Bronson.
They may be downsizing, but Robins Air Force Base has received “excellent” safety rating.
Georgians don’t care that Mitt Romney was a successful business man. Wait, I thought he said he was unemployed?
Callaway Gardens is a beautiful place. Especially during Christmas. Guess what, now the whole world will know.
There’s still time to register for the Reindeer Run in Savannah! Run, run Rudolph, Santa’s got to make it to town!
Lewis Grizzard was afraid of email. But that’s not stopping his books from being made into e-books. I’ll be sure to download them on my iPad.
The U.S. House of Representatives has “okay”‘d the the payroll tax cut.
The Postal Service is granting Congress a stay of execution. The folks who deliver our mail have agreed to not close anymore facilities until May 15, in hopes that Congress can find a way to fix them. Help me, Ron Swanson. You’re my only hope.
Georgia is “Newt Country.” And yes, I just referenced a Lester Maddox sign.
The last F-22 Raptor rolled out of the Lockheed Martin plant in Marietta. I am told Ludacris was not there to serenade the “rolling out.”
This is Federal Regulation we could all love. Keep those commercials DOWN.
Georgia’s Latino population is shifting, possibly because of our new immigration law. Who would have thought?
Congratulations Georgia Tech. I bet this really sticks in Nick Saban’s craw. (Merry Christmas, Buzz?)