This week’s Courier Herald column: Some of you need to move to the right. All of us need to get our friends and neighbors to understand when they need to move to the right. No, this isn’t about political directions, though it is about a problem that has been addressed through the political process. More
As Charlie alluded to in his latest column, Amazon’s search for a “full equal” HQ highlights the most vexing question for Cobb/Gwinnett Counties and Georgia generally. Will you join the mass transit program or get left behind? It can’t get any more explicit than Amazon requiring “direct” mass transit access “at site” for their new
From The Georgia Ports Authority: Dear Customers and Valued Stakeholders: Our hearts go out to the people of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina who are being impacted by Hurricane Irma. At approximately 2:45 this afternoon the Savannah River crested below our docks at the Garden City Terminal, and we are happy to report no water
Per WSB TV’s Richard Belcher, Marta CEO Keith Parker is resigning to take a job at Goodwill Industries: EXCLUSIVE: Ch2 confirms MARTA CEO Keith Parker ready to announce resignation, probably today. Taking job w/ Goodwill Industries. @wsbtv — Richard Belcher (@BelcherWSB) September 5, 2017 This is bad news for both MARTA and the state as
If you missed the news during your morning torture commute today, drivers everywhere are celebrating. The I-85 bridge will reopen for morning rush Monday, May 15. A full month ahead of schedule. Kudos to GDOT, all the contractors and inspectors on the project, and shoot, let’s just congratulate everybody. We made it.
This week’s Courier Herald Column. This is the third installment of this series. You can track back to the beginning starting with the previous installment here. In this, the third in a series explaining the regions that make up Georgia’s political factions, we’re going begin to take a look at each region one by one,
U.S. Senator David Perdue and Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry toured the I-85 bridge rebuilding effort and discussed the construction progress. According to a presser: “I am grateful that no Georgians were injured during the I-85 bridge collapse,” said Senator Perdue. “A special thank you goes out to our first responders for their swift action