Author: Theresa Garcia Robertson

Morning Reads for November 1, 2019

Happy Friday! I’m filling in for the irreplaceable Ginny Ray on this very cold first day of November. Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday debuted the state’s plan to cut health insurance premiums for people who buy coverage under the Affordable Care Act. A convicted rapist who was mistakenly released in Georgia was captured in Kentucky. Curious how

Morning Reads for Monday, October 14, 2019

Coca-Cola UNITED to build new facility in Tift County, creating 200 jobs. Remember the cargo ship off the coast that overturned? Well, it can’t be turned upright, so it’s being disassembled. To save rural hospitals, Georgia requires classes for CEOs and board members.  An author’s second appearance at a Georgia university has been cancelled after

Special Election Results- H.D. 71

With less than 10% of the voting public exercising their right to be heard, it appears that Philip Singleton has won the special election for House District 71, scraping by Marcy Westmoreland Sakrison with a 770 vote difference. The seat was vacated by Rep. David Stover who resigned to spend more time with his family.