Login

Username:
Password:
Remember

Published News

While the front lines in the eastern part of the country have been static for months now, rebels in the west are making headway. The rebel offensive in Libya's western mountains has emerged as a threat to Gadhafi's hold on the capital, Tripoli, and other strategic cities.read more
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News
To break from all the serious news: A video of one dog helping another dog escape from its cage.read more
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News
At the White House on Thursday, President Obama will sit down with the bipartisan leadership of Congress to discuss a deal to raise the debt ceiling and avoid a default on government-held debt. The two sides act as though they're dug in perhaps more than they are in reality.read more
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News
State utility regulators heard arguments Wednesday over a plan intended to protect consumers from potential cost over-runs of the nuclear expansion of Plant Vogtle.More than a dozen people went before the Public Service Commission to voice their concerns over the project itself.read more
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News
By Manning Harrisfmanningh@gmail.comTheater of the Stars is bouncing back in a big way with a blazing touring production of Broadway’s 2009 hit “Rock of Ages” with the show’s original star, Tony-nominated (and former American Idol contestant) Constantine Maroulis. It runs through July 10 at The Fox Theatre, and if last night’s opening is an indication, the good seats are going fast—a word to the wise. This show has a built-in, loyal fan base, and they showed up en masse, cigarette lighters (fake) in hand, ready to give tribute to their favorite numbers.“Rock of Ages” has been described as a “rock/jukebox musical” built around rock hits from the 1980′s. It’s
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News
Heard the news? Fran Millar stood up at a recent board meeting and pitched Brad Bryant for Superintendent. According to the AJC --New name pitched for DeKalb's school boss jobTo which I say, why the heck not? We have watched in disbelief as the board sabotaged the last two highly qualified candidates who bubbled to the surface and two other finalists decided to simply drop out, so why not just go out and get someone who can jump into the fire and start opening extinguishers (if Bryant would do so!) I am personally quite tired of the status quo (aka Ramona Tyson) and as long as we remain 'as is', our test scores and student achievement as well as teacher morale will decline. (You've all r
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Education
Per the AJC,The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that DeKalb County doesn’t owe its cities more than $10 million from a decade-long battle over its penny-on-the-dollar homestead sales tax, or HOST.But nine cities in the county are entitled to a direct share of the tax proceeds from here on out – creating a whole new source [...]
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News
Rescue authorities say 894 people were stung by jellyfish during the Fourth of July holiday weekend on Tybee Island, off the Georgia coast, reports the Associated Press.Officials said the high number is unusual, and could be caused by water that heated up earlier this year than in previous...
Zip Code: 30033
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Other News

Users online

Total users online - 17