Author: Teri

Morning Reads for Tuesday, August 14

Good morning! Canada eclipsed Georgia as the #1 spot to make movies. Augusta’s take on the proposed I-14. GA SoS office can’t figure out how to use the sum function in Excel; primary results still not official. Why the Braves are, apparently, team Kemp. (They’re also Team Many Other Candidates.) Georgia taxpayers aren’t on the

Morning Reads for Tuesday, August 7

Good morning! Every few years, someone rediscovers the story about how Agnes Scott defeated Princeton (before it was co-ed) in the GE College Bowl. This story is a gem. “The women of Agnes Scott had manners, but they weren’t mild.” The Ray is changing the way highways are built across the country. If you aren’t

Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 31

Good morning! There were more than 15,000 public comments on the FAA’s Spaceport Camden environmental impact study. Spoiler alert: they weren’t in favor of the project. Some in Macon are delighted that flights between Macon and BWI are selling out. Abrams and Kemp are both talking Jobs!™ Abrams has a specific plan to help small

Office Towers and Millage Rates. In Cobb County, “Today is an up!”

A 420-foot tower, the tallest in Cobb County, that will anchor German company thyssenkrupp* Elevator’s new North American headquarters at The Battery Atlanta was announced today. 900 jobs will accompany the tower. Governor Nathan Deal shared the news along with thyssenkrupp Elevator CEO Andreas Schierenbeck and thyssenkrupp Elevator Americas CEO Richard Hussey, as well as

Guest Post: Rep. Scott Holcomb Discusses Russia and Election Integrity in Georgia

N.B.: The following is a guest post from State Representative Scott Holcomb (D-Atlanta). Holcomb is one of the leading voices on election integrity in Georgia. – TLA Our federal government needs to speak with one voice about the security of our elections. That isn’t happening. And our state needs to take action, too. That’s not

Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 17

доброе утро! When it comes to Trump’s incomprehensible deference to Putin, even the Washington Times is like, “Strange things are afoot at the Circle K!“ Here’s what Georgians including Senator Johnny Isakson, Representative Karen Handel, and Newt Gingrich have to say about yesterday’s performance. The Georgia Association of Club Executives (not like this club) is optimistic

Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 10

Good morning! Leadership turmoil in the NAACP branch in Columbus, GA. Insurance premiums will increase in Georgia, but not as much as last year. Feeding your baby formula is NOT bad. However, this U.S. stance on the U.N.’s breast feeding resolution is outrageous. IHOB was all a joke, and I feel like I just woke

Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 3

Good morning! It’s the third of July. Celebrate with one of Cabbagetown’s greatest bands: Several state legislatures could – for the first time – be majority women. Deer baiting is statewide now, thanks to a DNR ruling. Savannah’s Starland Village is moving forward. There’s a new planet out there! The Thai soccer team is safe!

Morning Reads for Tuesday, June 19

Good morning! Here’s how the Georgia’s three gubernatorial candidates feel about the continuing immigration (and humanitarian) crisis within our borders. Trump is steadfast with his immigration message – but even the Mooch is like, “Bro, chill!” Bless their hearts. Georgia is losing the battle against invasive plants – and it’s way beyond just kudzu. Pro tip: if