Author: Holly Croft

Remembering Powell Moore

I didn’t know Powell Moore until I moved to Milledgeville. This is strange to me, because I should have met him while I worked in DC. Yet, it took leaving politics and moving out of the capital to meet one of the most influential – and most quiet about it – Georgians in the field.

Is Georgia’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit Contrived for Certain Locales?

Ah, Georgia’s historic preservation tax credit. It’s a way to encourage restoration of older buildings to make them comfortable for modern-day residences and businesses while still conforming to each building’s original architectural particularities. Homeowners can receive up to $100,000, and $300,000, $5 million, or $10 million is available for commercial properties, depending on the expense

How Safe is Your Hospital?

Most of the time, I find ratings silly. However, one that I like to pay attention to is the Leapfrog Group’s semi-annual survey on hospital safety. In order to get an A rating from Leapfrog, hospitals are reviewed in 27 areas, including physician staffing in intensive care units, proper hygienic methods (think hand washing and

Sonny Perdue is Tonight’s Designated Survivor

Former Georgia Governor and current Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue is serving as tonight’s designated survivor during President Trump’s first State of the Union address. For those who aren’t aware of how fake President Kiefer Sutherland Tom Kirkman took office, one member of the president’s Cabinet sits out the speech in a safe, undisclosed location in