U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on deepening the Savannah harbor: “economically viable, environmentally sustainable and in the best interests of the United States.” But the saga must continue for now, as everyone involved expects litigation to come. Oh, and here is a timeline of everything involving the Savannah harbor project–in case you reside under a rock or something.
Atlanta isn’t the only “A-town” with school problems. The Sumter County system, down there in Americus, is being investigated this week by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
An Augusta State University student is planning on running for State House. He’ll be challenging Rep. Earnest Smith.
What does God want with a starship? I don’t know. What does Google want with SCAD? Art.
Word to the wise: closing schools in Atlanta may incite protests and upset constituents.
But hey, those Braves are finally winning.
Who knew that a Lee County trash ordinance could be so controversial?
Macon reminds us that pistol-whipping is still a crime.
And finally, for all of you traveling this morning, here is some driving music.