The flu is back in town, the flu is back in town. Spread the word around.
Lockheed is planning for “Texas: The Country,” by moving over 500 jobs from “Atlanta: the State” to Fort Worth.
A couple of Postal Workers from Georgia plead guilty to stealing checks in Federal court. Maybe this is why it took me two weeks longer than friends in Macon to receive a letter in Warner Robins.
Georgian Banks are bouncing back, according to the FDIC. Dear General Assembly, maybe you need to change the law in such a way as to prevent Banks from simply foreclosing on property whenever they arbitrarily call performing notes due. Or not. You know, whatever floats your boat.
Georgia truck-driver responsible for death of Illinois lawman.
The World’s Oldest Woman has passed. She left this world peacefully, from Monroe, Georgia.
Might we be on the forefront of something relating to education and schools? Quite possibly. A different kind of testing.
A new push to boost the “research image” of Georgia universities. My advice: Horn-Rimmed Glasses. Everywhere.
Common sense prevails: lawmakers looking at “relaxing” parts of immigration reform.
Last Saturday, three football teams from Georgia rode into battle. This Saturday, Georgia Southern rides again. All I know to say is “GATA.” On a related note, what does the future hold for Mark Richt? And be glad you skipped this bar.
Reform for Georgia’s juvenile justice system may be coming.
And to end on a bad note, another factory closes involving Georgia.
Without much further ado, and I do love further adoing about much, here is your Wednesday Morning Music selection.