Apparently, five of Georgia’s federal courthouses are considered “expendable.”
Everything you need to know about the tax break bill pushed passed yesterday.
Senator Balfour to, well, nearly everyone: “Stay off my lawn!”
The Board of Regents voted to make transferring from technical schools to colleges easier.
Georgia’s Wildlife Resources Division is about to get a much needed federal grant.
One Georgia county is allowing voters to consider whether the county should return to the sole commissioner form of government.
Chipper Jones is retiring at the end of this season. The team may, someday, find a suitable replacement in the line up; but Chipper will never be replaced in the hearts of Braves fans.
Teenagers will likely be staying at home this summer. The teen jobless numbers sound, frankly, as bad as some teenager pop music.
If you haven’t got down to the Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon, then here are some of the things you missed. Now, get on down to Macon.
Mercer’s basketball team advances to the final four of the CIT tournament. Go Bears!
APS students struggle with shaken confidence and test anxiety, more fallout from last year’s cheating scandal. There is absolutely no reason these kids should be suffering because of their former teachers failures and malfeasance.
And because I am in New York City, here is my music selection du jour.