The deepening of the Savannah port, a key project of Gov. Nathan Deal, Mayor Kasim Reed, and the state's business community, received a push this weekend after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gave the controversial initiative the OK.
While we're talking about Savannah: The city's newspaper is going behind a paywall starting tonight. Non-subscribers will only be able to read 15 articles each month.
Young people: do not joke about "pulling a Columbine."
New York City transit officials closed the mammoth system last night to prepare for Hurricane Sandy. And, in the process, provided a rare glimpse of an empty Grand Central Station and rail stops.
And ICYMI: Southeast Atlanta residents tonight plan to protest a proposed retail center along Glenwood Avenue and the Atlanta Beltline.
They are all sociaopaths. Damn good ones at that.
Yet voters continually vote for people that actively defraud them.
Amazingly Atlanta can't even…
burrell ellis, victor hill, bill campbell, nathan deal, mitch skandalakis, kasim reed, beverly…
40 years of food for thought .... very worth reading.
I just have a long memory and I know how the folks…