Another day, another set of ranking announcements: Atlanta has been listed as the fifth best city with "green" buildings. CNBC also named Georgia as the nation's best place to do business. The same list also noted that Georgia ranked in the 30s for education and quality of life. Connection?
What a surprise! Cobb officials are planning to support zoning changes for the Braves' mixed-use development located adjacent to its new stadium.
Georgia death-row inmate Tommy Lee Waldrip, who was found guilty for the 1991 killing of Keith Evans, a clerk who was set to testify against his son, is scheduled to be executed on July 10.
Georgia's Division of Family and Children Services is planning to increase its staff and have employees log overtime hours to chip away at more than 3,300 backlog cases across the state.
Georgia Power is facing expansion "challenges" at Plant Vogtle that could force further delays to the project.
Louise Simmons, the wife of a veteran city employee Darryl Simmons, who was killed in a garbage truck accident on I-75, is filing a lawsuit against the city. Authorities arrested the truck's driver, Melvin Callahan, for driving under the influence. "Mr. Simmons' blood alcohol came up negative, zero," attorney Robert Bozeman told WSB-TV. "No alcohol in his blood whatsoever. On the other hand, the driver, Mr. Callahan, his blood alcohol was over three times the legal limit."
He didn't ask for any of this. She took it upon herself to start this…
Not a huge fan of the ankle cuff sneakers that Serena (and KD) are wearing…
Kind of strange that some random lady started a GoFundMe for that kid. I'm curious…
Can Tim Lee get any more pitiful?
Are my nards going to get irradiated?
sarcasm, and the lost art therein.