Life is ironic sometimes, isn't it? I decide to write a series on children, since it's a topic I rarely write about since I, myself, have no children.
Editor, What are the protesters at the Wisconsin state legislature going to do now? Do they intend to violently overthrow the state government?
Editor, Some of the students at FPCA and some of us who graduated last year wish to inform the citizens of Hinesville that there needs to be recognition of Mr. Jay Osteen.
It's no Blarney! If you drink and drive, not even your lucky four-leaf clover will save you from a DUI this St. Patrick's Day. Driving while impaired definitely could cost you a pot of gold - or even your life. Yet many Americans will test their luck this holiday by riding with a drunk driver or by climbing behind the wheel while under the influence of too many green beers.
Editor, Times are hard here at the Liberty Humane Shelter. As you all probably know, we operate solely on donations. We receive no monetary support from Liberty County; the cities of Hinesville, Flemington, Allenhurst, Walthourville and Midway; or any other municipality within Liberty County.
Editor, I'm writing this letter to openly express my thanks to a uniquely special group of people who are working hard to make Liberty College and Career Academy a reality for the young people in our community. Thanks to the hard work and contributions of our local school board (Lily Baker, Verdell Jones, Becky Carter, Marsha Anderson, Carol Guyett, Harold Woods and Charlie Frasier), our superintendent of schools (Dr. Judy Scherer), Savannah Technical College (President Dr. Kathy Love and Dean Terrie Sellers) and our local business community (represented by Leah Poole at the Chamber of Commerce and Ron Tolley ...
Editor, I was a patient at Liberty Regional Medical Center from Jan. 31 through Feb. 3, 2011 for major surgery. I was under the care of Dr. W. Stephen Tankersley of Coastal Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Specialists, who performed knee-replacement surgery.
A.D. Frazier is not a happy camper. My friend and former Atlanta Olympic colleague spent last summer chairing the Special Council on Tax Reform and Fairness for Georgians, a 10-member council appointed by Gov. Sonny Perdue, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and House Speaker David Ralston.
Day 20 (Feb. 28): For the second session day in a row I had a bill on the floor as I presented SB 95, legislation that I am sponsoring on behalf of the Police Chiefs Association of Georgia.
The General Assembly completed a full five days of session this week, which concluded on Friday with its 24th legislative session day. Several key pieces of legislation were debated and discussed on the House floor. The highlight this week was the passage of a solution to continue the HOPE Scholarship program and also legislation to address illegal immigration within our state.
In the midst of declining funding, it's tempting to see almost any state legislative attention to the Georgia Council for the Arts as a good thing.
I recently came across the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association's Daily Legislative Watch and learned something quite disturbing. This legislative update contained a reference to SB 7, a bill proposed by the Insurance and Labor Committee that would essentially prevent illegal immigrants the ability to collect workers' compensation if injured or sick on the job. My question to the committee members is, "Are you trying to attract more illegal immigrants to Georgia?" Because with this bill, that is exactly the effect it will have.
State Rep. Ron Stephens, R-Savannah, touched off public outcry this month when announcing an intent to introduce legislation that would allow a form of video gambling in certain state facilities. Jekyll Island would be one of them.
It is not easy being a househusband cum columnist. Trying to figure out where the paper towels are located at the same time I am trying to figure out where the commas go makes my brain hurt.
John Oxendine apparently spent his last day in office as Georgia's insurance commissioner bestowing licenses on himself to sell insurance and adjust claims.
Using medicines safely includes proper disposal of them.
Editor, It's not easy to say goodbye to Hinesville. But, after 32 years in business, we are sad to announce that Freedom Home & Electronics ...
In the midst of all the turmoil over recent Supreme Court decisions on Obamacare and gay marriage as well as the furor over the Confederate ...
Some wars are not fought on battlefields these days. They are fought on social networks with the weapons of Twitter feeds and Facebook memes.
Georgia recently released a 24-page report examining the costs of the State Health Benefit Plan, the health-insurance plan for state employees, including school-district employees.
To be honest, I was more than a mite worried. I was plenty worried. My husband, raised not in the South or in the country ...
An essential element of a vibrant, attractive community is clean, inviting, thriving neighborhoods.
Superior-court clerks in Georgia wear a lot of hats and perform numerous statutory duties.
Editor, I voted no on the 1-cent sales tax and thought it was over. Now, I hear they are going to have a vote on ...