It’s the North vs the South again.
More trouble for the Clayton County Board of Education.
The phone is ringing off the hook at the Fayette County election office these days.
Former Atlanta teachers testify they had the thumbs up to cheat.
Georgia has 4 beautiful lakes which made Southern Living’s Best Lakes. One is at Callaway Gardens, which is sadly selling off 4,000 acres to reduce debt accumulated due to the bad economy reducing visitors by over half.
After all the veto happiness of last week, the Douglasville City Council voted to investigate the Mayor’s car accident in a city vehicle on Valentine’s Day. Karma, dude.
Elton John, Atlanta’s resident celebrity, has received treatment in L.A. (Los Angeles, not Lower Alabama) and cancelled concerts due to a serious respiratory infection.
Imperial Federal Government will allow public swimming pools to open this summer. After all, summer contains those crucial months that run up to the election. WinkWinkNodNod.
Today is Free Speech Blog Burst Day. The latest target of intimidation and harassment is Georgia born and bred R.S. McCain. His crime? Covering stories about Brett Kimberlin, aka the Speedway Bomber. They say sunlight is a good disinfectant. This guy is about to have a graviton particle beam flooding his vision in 3.. 2.. 1..
Eugene Polley, inventor of the TV remote and the resulting sofa wars, died Sunday in Chicago.
The-Worlds-Hottest-Car got a spin by Don Draper in Sunday night’s Mad Men.
BRAG 2012 kicks off in two weeks. There’s still time to register.
UGA ranks #12 in 2012 recruitment standings. Georgia Tech? Well, keep scrolling, yeah, yeah, yeah, keep going. There. 57th. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
More than half of metro Atlanta mortgages are underwater.
Quick thinking saved this man’s life, as his car crashed into a Smyrna pool.