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Wojcik bringing fresh ideas to Carrollton City Council

Wojcik bringing fresh ideas to Carrollton City Council

Photo Credit: Grapefruit Creative The traditional conservative values of the city of Carrollton will be tested with the newest member of City Council. In a runoff election on Tuesday, March 29, Rory Wojcik defeated Wes Phillips with 299 votes...

 

UWG math professor receives prestigious grant for research

UWG math professor receives prestigious grant for research

  photo credit: Denise Overfield Ever since Dr. Christopher Jett, assistant professor of Mathematics Education at the University of West Georgia, was a young boy, math has been his favorite subject. After being known as the math whiz kid...

 

Gov. Deal vetoes religious liberty bill

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (Rep.) announced his veto House Bill 757 on Monday, March 28 at a news conference in Atlanta. Pinned the “religious liberty bill,” the legislation would have enumerated faith-based organizations and religious...

 

Gulf Shores officially bans alcohol during peak college spring break months

Gulf Shores, Ala. officials have banned all alcohol on beaches within the city limits between March 1 and April 17. The decision came because of violence and lewd behavior linked to heavy drinking. Gulf Shores is not the first city to prohibit...

 

Trump’s abortion flub shows risks of ‘winging it’ on policy

It was a question sure to come up at some point in the Republican primary campaign. “What should the law be on abortion?” asked MSNBC’s Chris Matthews to Donald Trump at a town hall event in Wisconsin. “Should the woman...

 

Kasich pitches himself as a sturdy alternative to GOP rivals

Often an afterthought in the chaotic GOP presidential contest, John Kasich is soldiering on with the belief that he can convince hundreds of delegates to swing his way at a contested summer convention by warning that the alternative could be...

 

Perpetual Motion and Southwire turn teambuilding exercise to community bike initiative

Perpetual Motion and Southwire turn teambuilding exercise to community bike initiative

Photo Credit: Tray Lowery Perpetual Motion Bicycles Inc. and Southwire’s Project GIFT campaign combined efforts to provide bicycles to many kids across Georgia. The companies donated over 100 bikes to local communities. “Team building events...

 

Top aide to Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley resigns amid scandal

A top political aide to Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley resigned Wednesday, a week after he publicly admitted making inappropriate remarks to her but denied the two ever had an affair. Soon after, a GOP lawmaker said he planned to introduce a resolution...

 

Atlanta couple burned, UWG Lambda President speaks out

Police arrested and charged Martin Blackwell with two counts of aggravated battery on Feb. 13. He splashed Marquez Tolbert and Anthony Gooden Jr. with boiling water the day before in Gooden’s apartment in College Park. The gay couple were...

 

New restaurant puts a Korean twist on the traditional chicken wing

New restaurant puts a Korean twist on the traditional chicken wing

Photo Credit: Allayah Carr Klucked Up Café held its grand opening on Monday, March 14. The former American Deli restaurant was transformed to a haven of Korean-American food. Restaurant owner, Peter Choe, infuses native Korean ingredients into...

 
 
 
 

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