Georgia settles voter registration lawsuit; but Secretary of State Kemp is not pleased. Calling the lawsuit a full-frontal assault on Georgia’s state rights, Kemp blasted the left-wing supporters of the lawsuit.
Speaking of jobs; guess how Georgia lured Baxter International to open a new factory outside of Covington? Tax breaks and job training programs? Bingo.
This is just neat: DNR uses helicopter to rebuild oyster beds on Georgia’s coast.
Atlanta and Savannah make the “top hipster cities” list. Savannah comes in at 11 and Atlanta at 32. I’ll keep the gnats, thanks.
After 42 years, the city of Savannah must seek a new City Attorney. I blame the hipsters.
This must be the legal edition of Morning Reads–Judges around Augusta are allowing reporters to “tweet” in the Courtroom. They are not, however, allowed to chirp. Or so I have been told.
Georgia’s ports set a new tonnage record. The Port Authority handled a record record 2.37 million tons of imports and exports in March. Wow, that’s a ton! (Rimshot, please.)
The Braves are still winning. And scoring runs. Is this 1999 or something?
“Nin hao.” The words that young Bibb County school children will speak to start their school day next year. None of them will be in China; instead, they will simply be in Bibb County experiencing the Miracle. The Macon Miracle. Superintendent Dallemand revealed details about the strategic plan yesterday, including substantial increases in the budget. Oh, and he is going to Belgium to gloat about his plan. On the tax payer’s dime. Good grief.
And in the event that your ears need rejuvenating, here is some music.